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List of Periodicals and Reports Indexed 

July 1941^une 1944 

complete list, with abbreviations, etc. pages v-ix 



Adult Education 

Adult Education Bulletin 

Adult Education Journal 

Agricultural Education Magazine 

American Association for Health, Physical 
Education, and Recreation Research Quar- 
terly 

American Association of Collegiate Registrars 
Journal 

American Association of University Profes- 
sors Bulletin 

American Association of University Women 
Journal 

American Childhood 

American Journal of Physics 

American Library Association Bulletin 

American School Board Journal 

American Teacher 

Arizona Teacher-Parent 

Association of American Colleges Bulletin 

Association for Education by Radio Journal 

Baltimore Bulletin of Education 

British Journal of Educational Psychology 

Business Education World 

California Journal of Elementary Education 

California Journal of Secondary Education 

California Schools 

Catholic Educational Review 

Character and Personality 

Chicago Schools Journal 

Child Study 

Childhood Education 

Christian Education 

Classical Journal 

Clearing House 

College English 

Commercial Education Bulletin 

Curriculum Journal 

Education 

Education by Radio 

Education Digest 

Education for Victory 

Educational Administration and Supervision 

Educational Forum 

Educational Leadership 

Educational Method 

Educational Music Magazine 

Educational Outlook 

Educational Record 

Educational Research Bulletin 

Educational Screen 

Educational Trends 

Elementary English Review 

Elementary School Journal 

English Journal 

French Review 
Frontiers of Democracy 

Grade Teacher 

Harvard Educational Review 

High Points 

High School Journal 

Hispania 



Illinois Education 

Indiana University School of Education Bul- 
letin 
Industrial Arts and Vocational Education 
Institute of International* Educate -m News 

Bulletin 
Instructor 

International Bureau of Education Bulletin 
International Journal of Religious Education 
Internationale Zeitschrift fur Erziehung 

Journal of Adult Education 

Journal of Applied Psychology 

Journal of Business Education 

Journal of Chemical Education 

Journal of Education 

Journal of Education (London) 

Journal of Educational Psychology 

Journal of Educational Research 

Journal of Educational Sociology 

Journal of Engineering Education 

Journal of Experimental Education 

Journal of Geography 

Journal of Health and Physical Education 

Journal of Higher Education 

Journal of Home Economics 

Journal of Negro Education 

Journal of Psychology 

Junior College Journal 

Kentucky School Journal 

Madison Quarterly 
Mathematics Teacher 
Michigan Education Journal 
Midland Schools 
Minnesota Journal of Education 
Modem Language Forum 
Modern Language Journal 
Montana Education 
Music Educators Journal 

National Association of Deans of Women 
Journal 

National Association of Secondary- School 
Principals Bulletin 

National Business Education Quarterly 

National Catholic Educational Association 
Proceedings 

National Education Association Journal 

National Education Association Proceedings 

National Education Association Research Bul- 
letin 

National Elementary Principal 

National Parent-Teacher 

Nations Schools 

Nebraska Educational Journal 

New Era 

New York State Education 

North Central Association Quarterly 

Occupations 
Ohio Schools 

Parents' Magazine 

Peabody Journal of Education 



Pedagogical Seminary and Journal of Genetic 

Psychology 
Pennsylvania School Journal 
Phi Delta Kappan 
Pittsburgh Schools 
Practical Home Economics 
Progressive Education 

Quarterly Journal of Speech 
Quarterly Revievir of Higher Education Among 
Negroes 

Religious Education 

Review of Educational Research 

School (Elementary Edition) 

School (Secondar>- Edition) 

School Activities 

School and Community 

School and Society 

School Arts 

School Executive 

School Life 

School Management 

School Review 

School Science and Mathematics 



Science Education _^-< 

Secondary Education ' , 

Sierra Educational News 

Sight- Saving Review 

Social Education 

Social Frontier 

Social Studies 

Southern Association Quarterly 

Teacher-Education Journal 
Teachers College Journal 
Teachers College Record 
Texas Outlook 

Times Educational Supplement 
Training School Bulletin 

University High School Journal 

Virginia Journal of Education 
Volta Review 

Wilson Library Bulletin 
Wisconsin Journal of Education 
World Association for Adult Education Bul- 
letin 



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enlarged 




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experiment, experi- 




sue 






mental 


abbrev 


abbreviation 




ext 


extension 


abr 


abridged 




F 


February 


Ag 


August 




i 


index 


Am 


-Vmerica, American 


ii 


illustration 


Ap 


/ .pril 




inc 


incorporated 


assn 


a:,sociation 




inst 


institute 


auth 


author 




int 


international 


av 


avenue 




introd 


introduction 


bd 
bibliog 


board 
bibliography 




Ja 
Je 


January 
June 


bibliog f bibliographical 


foot- 


Jl 


July 




notes 




jr 


junior 


bi-m 


bi-monthly 




jt 


joint 


bk 


book 




-1 


sent loose in last num- 


bldg 

blvd 

bros 

bul 

bur 


building 

boulevard 

brothers 

bulletin 

bureau 




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lea 


ber of volume 
sent loose in a follow- 
ing number of suc- 
ceeding volume 
leather 


circ 


circular 




lib 


library 


CO 


company 




ltd 


limited 


col 


college 




misc 


miscellaneous 


com 


committee 




mo 


monthly 


comm 
comp 
cone 


commission 

compiler 

condensed 




Mr 
My 


March 
May 


conf 


conference 




N 


November 


cong 


congress 




nat 


national 


cont 


continued 




no 


number 


corp 


corporation 




-none 


none issued 


D 


December 




ns 


new series 


dept 


department 




O 


October 


diag 


diagram 




p 


pages 


doc 


document 




pa 


paper 


ea 


each 




Pl 


place 


ed 


edited, edition, 


editor. 


por 


portrait 




education, educational 


pres 


president 



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IVTC 


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NS 

priv ptd 


privately printed 


proc 


proceedings 


pseud 


pseudonym 


Pt 


part 


ptg 


printing 


pub 


publication, published, 




publisher, publishing 


q 


quarterly 


R 


review 


-r 


sent on request 


ref 


reference 


res 


research 


rev 


revised 


S 


September 


-sb 


stitched in last num- 




ber of volume 


-s 


stitched in first num- 




ber of volume 


sch 


school 


sec 


secretary 


semi-a 


semi-annually 


semi-m 


semi-monthly 


ser 


series 


-sfn 


stitched in a following 




number of succeed- 




ing volume 


soc 


society 


sq 


square 


St 


street 


sup 


supplement 


supt 


superintendent 


tp- 


title page 


tpi- 


title page and index 


tr 


trans ated, translation. 




translator 


univ 


university 


V 


volume 


vocab 


vocabulary 


w 


weekly 



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THE 
EDUCATION INDEX 

JULY 1941— JUNE 1944 



THE EDUCATION INDEX 



Cumulated Volumes 



VOLUME I 1929-1932 

VOLUME II 1932-1935 

VOLLJME III 1935-1938 

VOLUME IV 1938-1941 

VOLUME V 1941-1944 



THE 



EDUCATION INDEX 



JULY 1941 — JUNE 1944 



A CUMULATIVE AUTHOR AND SUBJECT INDEX TO A SELECTED 
LIST OF EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS, BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS 



EDITED BY 

DOROTHY ROSS CARPENTER 



MANAGING EDITOR 

JULIA W. EHRENREICH 



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NEW YORK 

THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 

1944 






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Primed in the United States of America 



This complete edition is produced in full com- 
pliance with the Governments regulations for 
conserving paper and other essential materials. 

This volume has been supplied on a contract which provides that it is 
not to be sold or given away u ithout the permission of the publishers. 



LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED 

To conform to other indexes published by The H. W. Wilson Company we are making changes 
in the abbreviations used in this list as follows: B to Bui, Bus to Bsns, Exper to Exp M to Mae 
News to N; Par to Parent, Soc to Sociol. 



Adult Ed — Adult Education, single copy Is. 
F. A. Cavenagh, ed. British Institute of Adult 
Education. 29 Tavistock sq., London, W.C. 1 
(q;lv:S;tpi-none) 

June 1941-March 1944 
Adult Ed Bui— Adult Education Bulletin. 
L>eland P. Bradford, ed. $1. Department of 
Adult Education, National Education Asso- 
ciation, 1201 16th St., N.W., Washington 6, 
D.C. (bi-m;lv:0;tpi-none) 
June I'.l41-April 1944 
Adult Ed J — Adult Ekiucation Journal. Morse 
A. Cartwright and Glen Burch, eds. $1. 
American Association for Adult Education, 
525 W. 120th St., N.Y. (q;lv:Ja) 

Supersedes Journal of Adult Education 
January 1942-April 1944 
Ag Ed Mag — Agricultural Education Magazine. 
W. F. Stewart, ed. $1. Meredith Publishing 
Company, Des Moines, Iowa (m;lv:Jl;tpi-lfn) 
June 1941-May 1944 
Am Assn Col Reg J — Journal of the American 
Associaiion of Collegiate Registrars. William 
Craig Smyser. ed. $3. American Association of 
Collegiate Registrars, 450 Ahnaip St., 
Menasha. Wis. (q:lv:0;tpi-s) 
July 1941-April 1944 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed cS. Rec Res Q — Re- 
search Quarterly of the American Associa- 
tion for Health, Physical Education, and 
Recreation. Mary Wibel, acting ed. $3. Ameri- 
can Association for Health, Physical Educa- 
tion, and Recreation, 1201 16th St., N.W., 
Washington. D.C. (q:lv;Mr:tp-none:i-s) 

Formerly American Association for 
Health and Physical Education Research 
Quarterly 

May 1941-March 1944 
Am Assn Univ Prof Bui — American Association 
of University Professors Bulletin. Ralph E. 
Himstead, ed. S3. American Association of 
University Professors, 1155 16th St., N.W., 
Washington 6. D.C. (bi-m[0-Je];lv:F;tpi-s) 
June 1941-February 1944 
Am Assn Univ Women J— Journal of the 
American Association of University Women. 
Mrs Ruth Wilson Tryon, ed. $1. American 
Association of University Women, 1634 I St., 
N.W., Washington 6, D.C. (q;lv:0;tpi-none) 
June 1941-April 1944 
Am Chiidh — American Childhood. $3. Milton 
Bradley Co., 74 Park St.. Springfield. Mass. 
(m[S-Je];lv:S,tpi-none) 

September 1941-May 1944 

Am J Physics — American Journal of Physics. 
Duane Roller, ed. $5. American Institute of 
Physics, 175 5th Av., N.Y. 10 (bi-m;lv:F; 
tp-sb;i-s) 

Formerly American Physics Teacher 
June 1941-April 1944 
•Am Lib Assn Bui — Bulletin of the American 
Library Association. Byron C. Hopkins, ed. 
single copy 25c. American Library Associa- 
tion, 520 N. Michigan Av., Chicago U {m; 
semi-m[0,D] ;lv:Ja;tpi-s) 
June 1941-JIay 1944 
Am Physics Teach. See Am J Physics 

Am Sch Bd J — American School Board Jour- 
nal. William George Bruce and William C. 
Bruce, eds. $3. Bruce Publishing Co.. 540 
N. Milwaukee St., Milwaukee 1, Wis. (m:2v: 
Ja,Jl;tpi-r) 

June 1941-May 1944 

Am Teach — American Teacher. Mildred Berle- 
man, ed. $2.50. American Federation of 
Teachers, 506 S. Wabash Av., Chicago (m[0- 
My];lv:0;ip-none;i-r) 

October 1941-April 1944 



Ariz Teach. See Ariz Teach Par 

•Ariz Teach Parent — Arizona Teacher-Parent. 

Walter Maxwell, ed. $1.50. Arizona Educa- 
tion Association, SIS Security Eldg., Phoenix, 
Ariz. (q;lv:0;tpi-l) 

Formerly Arizona Teacher 

September 1941-March 1944 
Assn Am Col Bui — Association of American 
Colleges Bulletin. Guy E. Snavely, ed. $3. As- 
sociation of American Colleges, 19 W. 44th 
St.. N.Y. (q;lv:Mr;tpi-s) 

October 1941-May 1944 

Assn Ed Radio J — Journal of the Association 

for Education by Radio. James G. Hanlon. 

ed. $2. Association for Education by Radio. 

228 N. LaSalle St.. Chicago 1 (m[S-My];lv:S) 

September 1941-April 1944 
Baltimore Bui Ed— Baltimore Bulletin of Edu- 
cation. John L. Stenquist. ed. Bureau of 
Measurement. Statistics, and Research, 3 E 
25th St.. Baltimore (q:lv:S;tp-none;i-s) 

May 1941-September 1943 

Brit J Ed Psychol— British Journal of Educa- 
tional Psychology. C. W. Valentine, ed. £1. 
British Journal of Educational Psychology 
Ltd. University of Birmingham. Edmund St . 
Birmingham. England (F.Je.N;lv:F;tp-l,i-s) 
February 1941-February 1944 

Bsns Ed World — Business Education World. 
John Robert Gregg, ed. $2. Gregg Publishing 
Company. 270 Madison Av., N.Y. 16 (m[S- 
Je] ;lv:S;tp-none;i-r) 

June 1941-May 1944 

Bus Ed World. See Bsns Ed World 

Calif J El Ed — California Journal of Elementary 
Education. Helen Heffernan. ed. $1. Cali- 
fornia State Department of Education. Divi- 
sion of Textbooks and Publications. Sacra- 
mento (q:lv:Ag;tp-none,i-s) 
May 1941-February 1944 

Calif J Sec Ed — California Journal of Secondary 
Education. Edward H. Redford. ed. $8. Cali- 
fornia Society of Secondary Education 
Rooms 9-10. Haviland Hall. Berkeley. Calif. 
(m[0-JIy]:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 
May 1941-April 1944 

Calif Sch— California Schools. Ivan R. Water- 
man, ed. California State Department of Edu- 
cation. Sacramento (m;lv:Ja;tp-none:l-s) 
June 1941-April 1944 

Cath Ed R — Catholic Educational Review. $3 
Catholic Education Press. 1326 Quincy St 
N.E.. Washington. D.C. (m[S-Je] :lv:"ja:tp- 
sb;i-s) 

June lS41-JIay 1944 

•Character &. Personality — Character and Per- 
sonality. Charles Spearman and Karl Zener 
eds. $2. Duke University Press. Durham. N.C. 
(q:lv:S:tpi-si) 

June 1941-March 1944 

Chicago Sch J — Chicago Schools Journal. Sophia 
C. Camenisch, ed. Chicago Teachers College. 
6S00 Stewart Av.. Chicago (Ja,S;lv:S:tpi-s) 
April 1941-September 1943 

Child Study— Child Study. Pauline Rush Fadi- 
man. ed. $1. Child Study Association of 
America. 221 W. 57th St.. N.Y. 19 (q:lv: 
N;tpi-r) 

June 1941-April 1944 

Chlidh Ed — Childhood Education. Frances :May- 
faith. ed. $2.50. Association for Childhood Ed- 
ucation. 1201 16th St.. N.W.. Washington 6 
D.C. (m[S-My];lv:S:tp-none:i-s) 
September 1941-Mav 1944 



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LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED 



Christian Ed— Christian Education. Gould 
Wickev. ed. $1.50. Council of Church Boards 
of Education in the U.S.A., 744 Jackson PI.. 
X.W.. WashlnRton C. D.C. (q:lv:S:tpl-8) 
June UHl-March 1944 

Class J— Classical Journal. Eugene Tavenner. 
ed. $2.60. Classical Association of the Middle 
West & South. N. J. De Witt. Washing-ton 
University, St I^uis 5. Mo. (ni[0-Je];lv:0; 
tpl-s) 

June ia41-.Ma.v 1944 

Cleannfl House — Clearing House. Forrest E, 
LonK, ed. J:i. Clearine House, 2U7 Kourth Av., 
N.Y. 3 (m[S-My]:lv:S;tp-none:i-s) 
St-ptember 1941-.May 1944 
Col Engl— College English. W. Wilbur Hatfield, 
ed. $3. University of Chicago Press. 5750 Ellis 
Av.. ChicaKo (m[0-Mvl:lv:0:tpl-.-<i 

Supersedes English Journal (College Edi- 
tion) 
October 1941-May 1944 
•Comm Ed Bui — Commercial Education Bul- 
letin. Paul .\. CarLson. ed. Whitewater 
State Teachers College. Whitewater. Wis. 
(q;lv:0;tpi-none) 

May 1941-Deceiiil)er 1943 
Curric J — Currlcuhiiii Journal. H. Harap. ed. 
$2.50. Curriculum Journal, George Peabody 
College. Nashville. Tenn. (m[0-My];lv:Ja;tp- 
none:l-s) 

Superseded by Educational Leadership 
October 1941-May 1943 
Dept Sec Sch Prin Bui — Bulletin of the Depart- 
ment of Secondary-School Principals 

.N'ame changed to Bulletin of the National 

Association of Secondary-School Princip.ilf 

with October 1939 number 

'EJ— Education. P.aymond P. Palmer, ed. $4. 

Palmer Company, 370 Atlantic Av.. Boston 

(m[S-Je]:lv:S:tpi-s) 

June 1941-April 1944 
Ed by Radio — Education by Radio. National 
Committee on Education by Radio. S. H. 
Evans, sec. 1 Madison Av.. N.Y. (q:lv:Ja:tpi- 
r) 

Discontinued publication with issue for 
Fourth quarter. 1941 
April-October 1941 
Ed Digest — Education Digest. Lawrence W. 
Prakken, ed. $3. Education Digest. P.O. Box 
100, Ann Arbor. -Mich. (m[S-]My] :lv:S;ip- 
none:i-s) 

September 1941-April 1944 
'Ed Vic — Education for Victory. Olga A. Jones, 
ed. $1. Superintendent of Documents. Gov- 
ernment Printing Office. Washington. DC 
(semi-m:lv:Mr:tpi-l) 

Supersedes School Life 
March 3. 1942-May 3. 1944 
Ed Adm & Sup — Educational Administration 
and Supervision. H. E. Euchholz. managing 
ed. $4.50. Warwick .?• York. Inc.. 10 E. Centre 
St.. Baltimore (m[S-My]:lv:Ja;tpl-s) 
April 1941-Marcli 1914 
Ed Forum — Educational Forum. E. I. F. Wil- 
liams, ed. 52. Kappa Delta Pi. E. I. F. Wil- 
liams. Heidelberg College. TifHn. Ohio (bi-ni 
[N-My]:lv:N:tpi-s) 

Formerlv Kadelpian Review 
May 1941-May 1944 
Ed Leadership — Educational Leadership. Ruth 
Cunningham, ed. $3. Department of Supervi- 
sion and Curriculum Development. National 
Education Association. 1201 16th St. N.W.. 
Washington 6. D.C. (m;[0-My]:lv:0:tpi-s) 
Supersedes Curriculum Journal and Ed- 
ucational Method 

October 1943-May 1944 
Ed Meth — Educational .Method. Xx>u L. LaBrant. 
ed. $3. Department of Supervisors and Di- 
rectors of Instruction. National Education 
Association. 1201 16th St.. N.W.. Washing- 
ton. D.C. (m[0-My1:lv:0:tp-none;i-sl 

Superseded bv Educational Leadership 
M.-iy 1941-May 1043 

Ed Mus Mag — Educational Music Magazine. C. 
Guv Hoover, ed. $1. Educational Music Bu- 
reau. Inc.. 30 E. Adams St., Chicago 3 (bi- 
mrS-Mrl:lv:S:tp-none:l-s) 

.'September 1941-January 1944 



Ed OutI— Educational Outlook. John H. Mln- 
nlck, ed. $2.50; $2 to members. School of Ed- 
ucation, University of Pennsylvania. Phila- 
delphia (bi-m[N-My];lv:N;tpi-l) 
November 1941-March 1944 

Ed Rec— Educational Record. Clarence Stephen 
Marsh, ed. $2. American Council on Educa- 
tion, 744 Jackson PI.. N.W.. Washington, 
DC. (q:lv:Ja;tpl-s) 

.luly 1941-April 1944 

Ed Res Bui — Educational Research Bulletin. R. 
H. Eckelbcrry. ed. Bureau of Educational Re- 
search, Ohio State University. College of Ed- 
ucation. Room 201. Columbus. Ohio (m[S- 
My]:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 

-M.-iy 1941-April 1944 

Ed Screen— Educational Screen. Nelson U. 
Greene, ed. $2. Educational Screen. Inc.. 64 
E. Lake St.. Chicago (m[S-Je];lv:Ja:tp-none; 
1-s) 

June 1941-May 1944 
Ed Trends — Educational Trends. $1.25. School of 
Education. Northwestern University. Evans- 
ton. 111. (bi-m;lv:Ja:tpl-none) 

Discontinued publication with July- 
August 1941 number 
May-July 1941 
El Engl R— Elementary English Review. John 
J. DeBoer. ed. $2.50. National Council of 
Teachers of English. 211 W. 68th St. Chi- 
cago 21 (m[0-My];lv:Ja.tpl-s) 
October 1941-April 1944 
'El Sch J — Elementary School Journal. Eliza- 
beth Kile, business manager. $2.50. Depart- 
ment of Education. University of Chicago, 
5835 Kimbark Av.. Chicago 37 (ni(S-Je7:lv:S; 
tpi-s) 

May 1941-April 1944 
Enql J— Enelish Journ.nl. W. Wilbur Hatfield, 
ed. $3. University of Chicago Press. 5750 Ellis 
Av., Chicaco im(.';-Je] :lr- :Ja:tpi-*i 

Formerly English Journal (High School 
Edition) 
June 1941-May 1944 

Engl J (Col ed)— English Journal (College Edi- 
tion) 

Superseded by College English October 
1939 
Engl J (H S ed) See Engl J 

French R — French Review. H4I^ne Hirvitt. ed. 
$2.50; to libs $2. American Association of 
Teachers of French, Geo. B. Watts, sec- 
treas. , Davidson college. Davidson. N.C. 
(m[0-My:bi-m.O.Mr];lv:0:tpi-s) 
May I'.)41-February 1944 

Front Democ — Frontiers of Democracy. Harold 
Rugg, ed. $2.50. Progressive Education Asso- 
ciation. 221 W. 57th St.. N.Y. (m[0-My]:lv: 
O:tp-none;i-s) 

Formerly .''ocial Frontier 
Discontinued publication with December 
1943 number 

May 1941-Dccember 1943 

Grade Teach — Grade Teacher. Florence Hale, 
ed. $3. Grade Teacher. Leroy Av.. Darlen. 
Conn. (m[S-Je]:lv:S;tpl-none) 
September 1941-May 1944 

H.-irvard Ed R — Harvard Educational Review. 
Howard E. Wilson, ed. $;.50. Harvard Edu- 
cational Review. H. E. Wilson, ed. 3 Law- 
rence Mall. Kirkland St.. Cambridge. Mass. 
(q:lv:,Ta:tpi-s) 

May 1941-March 1944 

H Points — High Points. A. H. Lass. ed. New 
York (city). Hoard of Education. Room 925. 
lin Livingston St.. Brooklyn. N.Y. (m[S-Je): 
lv;Ja:tpi-s) 

May 1941-March 1944 

H Sch J — High .'school Journal W. Carson 
Ryan. ed. $1.50. LTniversIty of North Carolina 
Press. Chapel Hill. N.C. (mtO-My:bl-m.N.Ja. 
Mr]:lv:Ja:tpi-l) 

May 1941-Marcb 1944 

Hispania — Hispania. Henry Grattan Doyle, ed. 
$2. American Association of Teachers of 
Spanish. G. S. DeLand. sec. Denison Unl- 
versitv. Granville. Ohio (q:lv:F;tp-sb;i-s) 
October 1911 -Februarv 1944 



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LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED 



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•III Ed— Illinois Education. Eloise P. Bingham, 
ed. $1. Illinois Education, 1119 Locust Road, 
M'ilmette. III. (m[S-My];lv:S:tp-none:i-s) 
Formerly Illinois Teacher 
May 1941-April 1944 
til Teach. See 111 Ed 

•Ind Univ Sch Ed Bui — Bulletin of the School 
of Education. Indiana University. H. L. 
Smith, director. 50c per copy. Bureau of Co- 
operative Research and Field Service, Indi- 
ana University, Bloomington, Ind. (bi-m;lv; 
Ja;tpi-r) 

May 1941-March 1944 

■Ind Arts & Voc Ed — Industrial Arts and Vo- 
cational Education. John J. Metz. ed. $2.50. 
Bruce Publishing Company, 540 N. Milwaukee 
St., Milwaukee 1, Wis. (m[S-Je];lv:Ja;tpi-r) 
June 1941-May 1944 
Inst Int Ed News Bui — Institute of Interna- 
tional Education News Bulletin. Stephen 
Duggan, ed. 25c. Institute of International 
Education, Inc., 2 W. 45th St., N.Y. 19 (m 
[0-Mv];lv:0:tpi-r) 

October 1941-May 1944 
Instr — Instructor. Helen Mildred Owen. en. 
$3. The Instructor, Dansville. N.T. (m[S- 
Jel :lv:N:tpi-none> 

June 1941-May 1944 
•Int Bur Ed Bul — International Bureau of Edu- 
cation Bulletin. 5 Swiss francs. International 
Bureau of Education, Palais Wilson. Geneva 
(q:l vJa;tpi-none) 

3d quarter 1940-l.'it quarter 1943 
Int J Relig Ed — International Journal of Re- 
ligious Education. P. R. Hayward, ed. $1.50. 
International Council of Reliffious Kd\ication. 
203 N. Wabash Av., Chicago 1 (m[S-Jl].lv:S: 
tp-none:i-s> 

June 1941-May 1944 
Int Z Erzieh — Internationale Zeitschrift fur 
Ezriehung. Alfred Baeumler. ed. 12RM. 
Duncker & Humblot. Neustadttische Kirch- 
strasse 15. Berlin NW7 (bi-m:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 

Discontinued indexing with v 10 heft 2-3 
v9 heft 5-v in heft 2/3 
J Adult Ed — Journal of Adult Education. Morse 
A. Cartwright and Mary L. Ely. eds. 75c per 
copv. American Association for Adult Educa- 
tion. 60 E. 42d St.. N.T. (q:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 

Discontinued publication with October 
1941 number 
Superseded by Adult Education Journal 
June-October 1941 
•J Ap Psychol— Journal of Applied Psychology-. 
Donald G. Paterson. ed. $B. American P.sy- 
chological Association, Inc., W. L. Valentine. 
Northwestern University, Evanston, 111, (bi- 
m;lv:F:tpi-s) 

June 1941-April 1944 
J Bsns Ed — Journal of Business Education. 
Herbert A. Tonne, ed. $2. Robert C. Tretha- 
wav. 512 Brooks Bldg., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
(m[S-Je]:lv:S;tp-r:i-sfn 
June 1941-April 1944 
•J Chem Ed — Journal of Chemical Education. 
Norris W. Rakestraw, 6d. $3. Journal of 
Chemical Education. 20th ^t Northampton 
Sts.. Easton, Pa. (m;lv:Ja;tpi-s) 

Indexed completely in the Industrial Arts 
Index 

June 1941-May 1944 

J Ed— Journal of Education. Anson W. Belding. 
ed. S2.75. New England Publishing Co., 6 
Park St.. Boston (m[S-My]:lv:Ja:tpi-si 
May 1941-.\pril 1944 
J Ed London — Journal of Education (London) 
E. Salter Davies, ed. 12s 6d. Journal of Edu- 
cation. 40 Walton Crescent, Oxford, England 
(m;lv:Ja:tpi-l) 

May 1941-.\pril 1944 
J Ed Psychol — .Tournal of Educational Psy- 
cholog>-. Jack W. Dunlap. ed. $6. Warwick d- 
York. Inc.. 10 E. Centre St.. Baltimore 
(m[S-Mv]:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 

,\pril 1941-Maroh 1944 
J Ed Res — Journal of Educational Research. 
A. S. Barr. ed. $3.50. A. S. Barr, Dept. of Ed.. 
University of Wisconsin. Madison 6. Wis. (m 
[S-Mv]:lv:S:tpi-s) 

May 1941-Maroh 1944 



J Ed Soclol — ^Journal of Educational Sociology. 

E. George Payne, ed. $3. Payne Educational 
Sociology Foundation, Inc.. Room 41, 32 
Washington PI., N.Y. (ra[S-My];lv:S;tp- 
none,i-s) 

September 1941-April 1944 
•J Eng Ed — Journal of Engineering Education. 

F. L. Bishop, ed. $3. Society for the Promo- 
tion of Engineering Education, F. L. Bishop, 
sec. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. (m[S-Je];lv:S;tpi-s) 

Indexed completely in the Industrial Arts 
Index 

May 1941-March 1944 
J Exp Ed — Journal of Experimental Educa- 
tion. A. S. Barr, ed. $5. A. S. Barr, Univ. 
of Wis., Madison, Wis. (q;lv:S;tpi-s) 
March 1941-December 1943 
J Genetic Psychology. See Pedagog Sem 
J Geog — Journal of Geography. George J. Miller. 
ed. $2.75. Journal of Geography. 450 Ahnaip 
St., Menasha, Wis. (m[S-My];lv:Ja;tpI-s) 
September 1941-:May 1944 
J Health & Phys Ed — Journal of Health and 
Physical Education. Mary Wibel, acting ed. 
$2.50. American Association for Health, Phys- 
ical Education and Recreation. 1201 16th St.. 
N.W.. Washington. D.C. (m[S-Je] ;lv:Ja;tp- 
none"i-s) 

June 1941-May 1944 
J Higher Ed — Journal of Higher Education. 
R. H. Eckelberry. ed. $3. Bureau of Educa- 
tional Research, Ohio State University, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio (m[0-Je]:lv:Ja;tpi-s) 
June 1941-:ilay 1944 
'J Home Econ — Journal of Home Economics. 
Helen P. Hostetter. ed. $2.50. American Home 
Economics Association. 620 Mills Bldg., Wash- 
ington 6. D.C. (m[S-Je]:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 
June 1941-May 1944 
J Negro Ed — Journal of Negro Education. Chas. 
H. Thompson, ed. $2.50. Journal of Negro 
Education. Howard University. Washington, 
D.C. (q;lv:Ja;tp-sb:i-s) 
July 1941-April 1944 
*J Psychol — Journal of Psychology. Carl Mur- 
chison. ed. $14. Journal press, 2 Commercial 
St.. Provincetown. Mass. {q;2v:Ja.Jl;tpi-s) 
Indexed completely in the International 
Index 

April 1941-January 1944 
Jun Col J — Junior College Journal. Walter 
Crosby Eells, ed. $3. American Association of 
Junior Colleges. 730 Jackson PI.. N.W., Wash- 
ington 6. D.C. (m[S-My]:lv:S:tpi-s) 
:May 1941-.A.pril 1944 
J-S H Sch Clearing House. See Clearing House 

•Ky Sch J — Kentucky School Journal W. P. 
King, ed $1. Kentucky Education Associa- 
tion, 1423 Heyburn Bldg., Broadway at 4th 
Av.. Louisville 2. Ky. (m[S-My]:lv:S;tp- 
none:i-s) 

September 1941-April 1944 

•Mad Q — Madison Quarterly. Conrad T. Logan, 
ed. $1. Madison Quarterly. Madison College. 
Harrisonburg, Va. (q:lv:Ja;tpi-none) 
January 1941-January 1944 

Math Teach— Mathematics Teacher. William 
David Reeve, ed. $2. The Mathematics Teach- 
er. 525 W. 120th St.. N.T. 27 (m[0-My]:lv: 
Ja:tpi-s) 

October 1941-April 1944 

•Mich Ed J — Michigan Education Journal and 
Moderator-Topics. Arthur H. Rice, ed. $1. 
Michisan Education Association. Michigan 
Education Bldg.. Lansing 2. Mich. (m[S-My]; 
lv:S:tpi-rl 

:May 1941-April 1944 

•Mid Sch — Midland Schools. Agnes Samuelson. 
ed. $1.50. Iowa State Teachers' Association. 
415 Shops Bldg.. Des Moines 9. Iowa (m[S- 
My];lv:S;tpi-none) 

September 1941-May 1944 

•Minn J Ed — Minnesota Journal of Education. 
Walter E. Englund. ed. $1. Minnesota Educa- 
tion Association. 2429 University Av.. St Paul 
4. Minn. (m[S-My]:lv:S;tp-none;i-s) 
September 1941-April 1944 



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LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED 



Mod Lang Forum — Modern Language Forum. 
Myron I. Barker, ed. $1.50. J. C. Padllla, 
Beverly Hills HIrIi School, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. (q;lv:Mr:tpl-none) 

Discontinued indexing with December 
1941 number 
March-December 1941 
Mod Lang J — Modern Lanpuaife Journal. Henri 
C. OlinKcr, nianaBinB ed. $2. Modern Lan- 
fruajie Journal. K. F. DIUartolo, busine.ss 
manager, 284 Hoyt St., Buffalo 13, N.Y. (m[0- 
My]:lv:Ja:tpi-s) 

Mav 1941-April 1944 
•Mont Ed— Montana Education. M. P. Moe. 
manaKlnK ed. $1.50. Montana Education As- 
sociation. 403 Power Hlock, Helena, Mont. 
(ni[.S-.\lvl;lv:S:tp-none;i-s) 

•Soptoniber 1941-April 1944 
Mus Educators J — Mu.sic Educators Journal. C. 
V. Buttelman. managing ed. $1. Music Edu- 
cators National Conference. 64 E. Jackson 
Blvd.. Chicago (bl-m[S-My:m,Ja.Ap];lv:S: 
tpi-none) 

Ma.v 1911-.\pril 1941 
Nat Assn Deans Women J — Journal of the Na- 
tional A.-iSociation of Deans of Women. Ituth 
Strang, ed. $2.50. National Association of 
Deans of Women. 1201 16th St., N.W., Wash- 
ington, DC. (q;lv:0;tpi-none) 
June 1941-Marcli 1941 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui — Bulletin of the 
National Association of Secondary-School 
Principals. $3; free to members of the As- 
sociation. National Association of Secondary- 
School Principals. National Education Asso- 
ciation. Paul E. Elicker, executive sec, 1201 
16th St., N.W'.. Washington 6, D.C. (m[0- 
My]{lv:Ja:tpi-none) 

Formerl.v Department of Secondai y-School 
' Principals Bulletin 

October 1941-Ma.v 1944 
Nat Bsns Ed Q — National Business Education 
Quarterly. Anson B. Barber, ed. $1: free 
to members of the Department. Department 
of Business Education. National Education 
Association, A. B. Barber, ed, 1201 16th St., 
N.W.. Washington. D.C. (q;lv:0;tpi-none) 
May 1941-May 1943 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc — National Catholic 
Educational Association Proceedings. $1. Na- 
tional Catholic Educational Association. 
1312 Massachusetts Av., N.W., Washington, 
D.C. (annual) 
1941-1943 
Nat Ed Assn. Pee also Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
B. Nat Bus Ed Q. Nat El Prin, and Sec Ed 
Nat Ed Assn. Circi'lars and other publications 

are indexed as monographs 
■Nat Ed Assn J — Journal of the National Ed- 
ucation A.=sociation. Joy Elmer Morgan, ed. 
$2- free to membeis. National Education As- 
sociation of the U.S. 1201 16th St.. N.W., 
Washington 6, D.C. (m[S-My] :lv:Ja;tpi-l) 
September 1941-May 1944 
Nat Ed Assn Proc — National Education Asso- 
ciation Proceedings. $3. National Education 
Association. 1201 16th St., N.W., Washington. 
D.C. (annual) 
1941-1943 
Nat Ed Assn Res Bui — Research Bulletin of the 
National Education Association. $1. Research 
Division. National Education Association. 1201 
16th St., N.W., Washington 6, D.C. (q;lv:F; 
tpi-1) 

Alay 1941-February 1944 
Nat El Prin — National Elementary Principal. 
Eva G. Pinkston, ed. $3. Department of Ele- 
mentarv School Principals, National Educa- 
tion Association, 1201 16th St., N.W., Wash- 
ington G. D.C. (bi-m[0-Je;yearbk,JI];lv:0; 
tpi-none) 

July 1941-April 1944 
Nat Parent Teach— National Parent-Teacher. 
Eva H. Grant, ed. SI. National Parent-Teach- 
er Incorporated. 600 S. Michigan Blvd.. Chi- 
cago 5 (mrS-Je]:lv:S:tpi-r) 
June 1941-May 1944 
Nations Sch — Nation's Schools. Arthur I!. 
Moehlman, ed. $2. Nation's Schools Publish- 
ing Co.. 919 N. Michigan Av., Chicago 11 (m: 
2v:Ja.JI:tpl-r) 

June 1941-May 1944 



*Neb Ed J — Nebraska Educational Journal. 
Archer L. Burnham, ed. $2. Nebraska Stat* 
Education Association, 605 S. 14th St., Lin- 
coln, Neb. (m[S-Myl:lv:Ja;tp-none;l-s) 
September 1941 -March 1944 

New Era — New Era In Home and School. Bea- 
trice Ensor, ed. 83 ($2) New Era. Latimer 
House, Church St., Chiswick, London, W.4 
(m[bi-m,Ap-0) I lv:Ja: tpi-none) 
May 1941-April 1944 

•N Y Stale Ed— New York Stale Education. 
Arvie Eldred, ed. $2. .New York Slate Ed- 
ucation, .\. Eldred, 152 Washington Av., Al- 
bany 6, N.Y. (m(0-Je];lv:0;tpl-r) 
June 1941-April 1944 

North Cen Assn Q — North Central Association 
Quarterly. Harlan C. Koch, managing ed. 
$5; $2 to libraries. North Central Association 
of Colleges and .Secondary Schools, 4012 
University High School Bldg., Ann Arbor, 
Mich. (q;lv:Jl;tp-none;i-s) 
July 1941-January 1944 

Occupations — Occupations. Harry D. Kitson, ed. 
$3.50. Occupations, 525 W. 120lh St., N.Y. 
(m[0-My);lv:0:tp-none;i-s) 
Octolier 1941-April 1914 

•Ohio Sch— Ohio Schools. Hobart H. Bell. ed. 
Jl.BO. Ohio Education Association. 213-215 E. 
Broad St.. Columbus, O. (m[S-Myl;lv:Ja;lpl- 
none) 

June 1941-.March 1944 

•Pa Sch J— Pennsylvania .«chool Journal. Har- 
vey E. Gayman. ed. $2. Pennsylvania State 
Education Association. 400 N. 3d St.. Har- 
risburg. Pa. (m[S-Myl ;lvS;tp-r:i-s) 
September 1941-March 1944 

'Parents Mag — Parents' Magazine. Mrs Clara 
Savage Littledale, ed. $2. The Parents' In- 
stitute. Inc., 52 Vanderbllt Av., N.Y. 17 
(m;lv:Ja:tpi-r) 

June 1941-.lune 1944 

Peabody J Ed — Peabody Journal of Education. 
A. L. Crabb. ed. $2. George Peabody College 
for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn. (bi-m,lv:JI; 
tp-none:i-s) 

May 1941-March 1944 

Pedagog Sem — Pedagogical Seminary and Jour- 
nal of Genetic Psychology. Carl Murchlson, 
ed. $14. The Journal Press. 2 Commercial 
St., Provincetown. Mass. (q:2v:Mr,S;tpl-s) 
June 1941-:March 1944 

Penn Sch J. See Pa Sch J 

Phi Delta Kappan— The Phi Delta Kappan. 
Paul M. Cook. ed. $1.50. Phi Delta Kappa. 
2034 Kidge Rd., Homewood, III. (m[S-My): 
lv:S:tpi-l> 

May 1941-November 1944 

Pittsburgh Sch — Pittsburgh Schools. Board of 
Public Education. 155 Administration Bldg., 
Pittsburgh. Pa. (bi-m[S-My]:lv:S:tp-none; 
1-s) 

March 1941-November 1943 

Prac Home Econ — Practical Home Economics. 
Blanche M. Stover, ed. $2. Lakeside Publl.sh- 
ing Company, 468 4th Av.. N.Y. 16 (m[S-Jl]; 
lv;.Ia:tp-none;i-s) 

June 1941-May 1944 

Progres Ed — Progressive Education. Toni Tay- 
lor, ed. $3. American Education Fellowship, 
2S9 4th Av. N.Y^ 10 (m[0-My] :lv:Ja: tpi-s) 
October 1941-May 1944 

Q J Speech — Quarterly Journal of Speech. 
William Norwood Brigance. ed. $3. Quarterly 
Journal of Speech. Wayne University. Detroit 
(q:lv:F:tpi-s) 

October 1941-.\pril 1944 

Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes — Quarterly Re- 
view of Higher Education Among Negroes. 
Henry Lawrence McCrorey. ed. S2. .Tohn.^on 
C. Smith University. Charlotte. N.C. (q:lv: 
Ja:tp-none:i-s) 

January 1941-January 1944 

Rellg Ed — Religious Education. Laird T. Hites, 
ed. $3.50. Religious Education Association. 
59 E. Van Buren St.. Chicago 5 (bi-m:lv;Ja; 
tpi-s) 

.\pril 1941-May 1944 

Res Q. See Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec 
Res Q 



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LIST OF PERIODICALS INDEXED 



IX 



R Ed Res — Review ot Educational Research, $4. 
American Educational Research Association, 
1201 16th St., N.W., Washington 6, D.C. (bi- 
m[0-Je];lv;F:tp-none;i-s) 
April 1941-April 1944 

Sch (El ed)— School (Toronto) (Elementary 
edition). Charles E. Phillips, managing ed. 
$1.75. Ontario College of Education. 371 Bloor 
St. W., Toronto 5 (m[S-Je) ;lv:S:tpi-s) 
ilay 1941-M;ay 1944 

Sch (Sec ed) — School (Toronto) (Secondary edi- 
tion). Charles H. Phillips, managing ed. $1.75. 
Ontario College of Education, 371 Bloor St. 
W., Toronto 5 (m[S-Je]:lv:S;tpi-3) 
May 1941-May 1944 

Sch Activities— School Activities. Harry C. Mc- 
Kown, ed. $2.50. School Activities Publishing 
Co.. 1515 Lane St., Topeka, Kan. (m[S-My]: 
lv:S;tp-none;i-.=!) 

September 1941-May 194i 

•Sch & Com — School and Community, Inks 
Franklin, ed. $2. Missouri State Teachers' As- 
sociation, Columbia, Mo. (m[S-My];lv:Ja:tp- 
none;i-s) 

September 1941-March 1944 

>Sch & Soc — School and Society. William C. 
Baglev. ed. $5. The Science Press, N, Queen 
St. and McGovern Av., Lancaster. Pa. (w;2v: 
Ja.Jl:tpi-sfn) 

May 24. 1941-May 13, 1944 
'Sch Arts — School Arts. Pedro J. deLemos, ed. 
$4. Srhool Arts, Printers Bldg., 44 Portland 
St, Worcester 8, Mass. (m[S-Je] :lv:S;tpi-r) 
September 1941-JIay 1944 
Sch Executive — School Executive, N. L. Engel- 
hardt and William G. Carr, eds. $2. The 
School Executive, 470 4th Av., N.Y. 16 (m:lv: 
S:tp-none;i-s) 

June 1941-May 1944 
'Sch Life — School Life. Olga A. Jones, ed. $1. 
Superintendent of Documents, Government 
Printing Office. Washington, D.C. (m[0-Jl]; 
lv:0:tpi-lfn) 

Superseded bv Education for Victory 
March 1942 
June 1941-February 1942 
Sch Manag — School Management: Administra- 
tion, Equipment, Maintenance. Lucile D. 
Kirk, managing ed, $1, School Management, 
Inc., 52 Vanderbilt Av.. N.Y, 17 (m[Ag-Je]; 
lv:S;tpi-nonel 

August 1943-May 1944 
'Sch R — School Review. Elizabeth Kile, busi- 
ness manager. $2..'^0. Department of Educa- 
tion, T'niversitv of Chicago, 5835 Kimbark 
Av., Chicajro 37 (m[S-Je] ;lv:Ja;tpi-s) 
June 1941-May 1944 
Sch Sci & Math — School Science and Mathe- 
matics. Glen W. Warner, ed. $2.50. School 
Science and Mathematics, Ray C. Soliday, 
P.O. Box 408, Oak Park, 111. (m[0-Je] :lv:Ja; 
tpi-s) 

June 1941-May 1944 
Sci Ed — .Science Education. Charles J. Pieper, 
ed. $2.50. Science Education, C. M. Pruitt, 
business manager. College Station, Stillwater, 
Okla. (Ill [F-Ap,bi-m,0,D]:lv:F: tpi-s) 
April 1941-March 1944 

Sec Ed — Secondary Education. Ernest D. Lewis, 
ed. $1. Department of Secondary Teachers, 
National Education Association, P.O. box 
303, Greenwich, Conn. (q:lv:D:tpi-none) 
June 1941-February 1944 

•Sierra Ed N — Sierra Educational News. 
Vaughan MacCaughey, ed. $2. California 
Teachers Association. 155 .^ansome St.. San 
Francisco 4 (m[S-Je]:lv:Ja;tpl-r) 
June 1941-JIarcIi 1944 

•Sight-Saving R — Sight-Saving Review. Isobel 
Janowich, ed. $2. National Society for the 
Prevention of Blindness, Inc., 1315 Cherry 
St., Philadelphia (q:lv:Mv:tp-none;I-s) 

vll no2[June 1941]-vl3 no3[Winter 1943] 



So Assn Q — Southern Association (Juarterly. 
Holland Holton, ed. $4; $2 to schs., cols, and 
libs. Duke University Press, Durham. ,N'.C 
(q;lv:F:tpi-s) 

May 1941-February 1944 
Social Ed — Social Education, Erling M. Hunt, 
ed. $2. Social Education, 1201 16th St,, N,W,. 
Washington, D.C. (m[0-My] ;lv:Ja;tp-r;i-s) 
(iptober 1941-May 1944 
Social Frontier — Social Frontier 

Name changed to Frontiers of Democracy 

with October 1939 number 

Social Studies — Social Studies. Arthur C. Bin- 

ing, ed. $2, McKinley Publishing Company, 

809 N. 19th St,, Philadelphia (m[0-My];lv: 

Ja;tp-r:i-s) 

(ictober 1941-May 1944 
Teach Col J — Teachers College Journal. J. R. 
Shannon, ed. $1.50. Indiana State Teachers 
College, Terre Haute. Ind. (bi-m;lv:S;tp- 
none;i-s) 

January 1941-March 1944 
Teach Col Rec — Teachers College Record. Max 
R. Brunstetter, ed. $3 Bureau of Publica- 
tions, Teachers College, Columbia Univer- 
sity, 525 W. 120th St,, N.Y. 27 (m[0-My];lv: 
0;tpi-s) 

October 1941-April 1944 
Teach Ed J — Teacher-Education Journal. F. C. 
Borgeson, ed. $1. Eastern-States Association 
of Profe.«!sional Schools for Teachers, L. A. 
Whipple, subscription manager, Rhode Island 
College of Education, Providence, R.I. (q;lv: 
Je;tpi-s) 

June 1941-March 1944 
Tex OutI— Texas Outlook. B. B. Cobb, ed. $2. 
Texas State Teachers Association, 410 E. 
Weatherford St., Fort Worth, Tex, (ni;lv:Ja: 
tp-none:i-s) 

June 1941-March 1944 
Times Ed Sup — Times Educational Supplement. 
15s 2d. Times Educational Supplement, Print- 
ing House Sq., London, EC. ! (w;lv:Ja:tp- 
none:i-s) 

May 3. 1941-April 15. 1944 
Train Sch Bui — Training School Bulletin. $1. 
Training School, Vineland, N,J. (m[S-Je];lv: 
Mr:tp-none:i-lfn) 

:May 1941-April 1944 
U.S, Office of Education, Bulletins and all 
other publications of the Office are indexed 
as monopraphs. 

See also Ed Vic: Sch Life 
•Univ H Sch J — University High School ,Tour- 
nal. Robert E. Brownlee, ed. $1. University 
His:h School .lournal. Univ. High School, 57th 
& Grove St., Oakland, Calif. (q;lv:0:tpi-r) 
Temporarily suspended 
April 1941-June 1942 
•Va J Ed — Virginia Journal of Education 
Francis S. Chase, ed. $1.50. Virginia Educa- 
tion Association, 401 N. Ninth St., Richmond. 
Va. (m[S-My]:lv:S:tpi-r) 
May 1941-February 1944 
Volta R — Volta Review, Josephine B. Timber- 
lake, ed. $2. Volta Bureau, 1537 35tli St., 
N.W., Washington 7, D.C, (m;lv:Ja;tpi-s) 
June 1941-May 1944 
'Wilson Lib Bui — Wilson Library Bulletin. 
Marie D. Loizeaux, ed. $1. H. W. Wilson Co., 
950-972 University Av., N.Y. 52 (m[S-Je]:lv: 
S:tp-none:i-s) 

June 1941-May 1944 
•Wis J Ed — Wisconsin Journal of Education 
O. H. Plenzke. ed. $1. "Wiscon.^in .lourna! of 
Education, 404 Insurance Bld.g., Madison. 
Wis. (m[S-My]:lv:S;tpi-none) 
September 1941-March 1944 
World Assn Adult Ed Bui — World Association 
for Adult Education Bulletin, ea Is. World 
Association for Adult Education. 18 Gordon 
Sq., London, W.C. 1. (q:i-cumulative in ea 
issue) 

May 1941-February 1944 



Note. — Additional periodical references on educational subjects are taken from the Agri- 
cultural Index, Art Index, Industrial Arts Index, International Index to Periodicals, and 
Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature, In these entries the titles of the periodicals are 
not abbreviated. 

• Indicates selective material indexed 
' Also indexed in Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature 



LIST OF YEARBOOKS .\NALYZED 
IN THIS VOLUME 



American tissociatlon of collegiate schools of 

business. Proceedings. 1940 
American a.*«.sociation of school administrators. 

IlealUi in schools; twentieth yearboolt 
Ainer-ioan a.ssocialion of scliool administrators. 

Official reports. 1942-1943 
American association of teachers colleges. 

Twentieth — twentv-sccond yearbooks. 1941- 

1943 
American college personnel association. Report 

of the eighteenth annual meeting, 1941 
American council of science teachers. Pre-in- 

duction training: yearbook. 1943 
American .<ichool and university. 1942-1943 
Amoric:in student health association. Proceed- 

infjs. 1940 
Association of American universities. Journal 

of proceedings and addresses, 1940-1941 
Association of land-grant colleges and uni- 
versities. Proceedings. 1940 
Association of military colleges and schools of 

the United States. Proceedings. 1940-1942 
A'':*ocialion of .^-ehoo! bu.-^iness officials. Pro- 
ceedings. 1941-1942 
A.^sociation of urban universities. Proceedings. 

1940-1941 

California elenient.ar.v school principals' asso- 
ciation. Elementary school environment and 
the modern curriculum; thirteenth yearbook 

California elementary scliooI principals' asso- 
ciation. Guiding children in democratic living; 
fourteenth yearbook 

California elementary school principals' asso- 
ciation. Elementary school faces the prob- 
lems of migr.ation: fifteenth yearbook 

Central association of university and college 
business officers. Minutes of the tliirty-flrst — 
thirty-second annual meetings. 1941-1942 

Chicago. University. Department of education. 
Proceedings of the tenth-twelfth annual Con- 
ferences of administrative officers of public 
and private schools. 1941-1943 

Chicago. University. School of business. New 
economic education at the secondary level 

ColleTp plivsical education a-ssociation. Pro- 
ceedings. "1940-1942 

Commercial education association of New York 
citv and vicinity. Business and business edu- 
cation; eleventh yearbook. 1940-1941 

Commercial education association of Xew York 
city and vicinity. Extending the business 
curriculum in World war II; thirteenth year- 
book. 1942-1943 

Conference on reading. Chicago university. 
Adapting reading programs to wartime needs 

Conference on reading. Chicago university. Ad- 
justing reading programs to individuals 

Conference on reading. Chicago university. Co- 
operative effort in schools to improve reading 

Eastern association of college and university 
business officers. Twenty-first — twenty-fourth 
annual meetings. 1940-1943 

Eastern cotnmercial teachers' association. 
Thirteenth-sixteenth yearbooks. 1940-1943 

Future teachers of America. Fourth yearbook. 

1944 

Institute for .administrative officers of higher 
institutions. Proceedings. 1941-1943 

Institute for education by radio. Education on 
the air; twelfth-fourteenth yearbooks. 1941- 
1943 

John Dewey society. Mobilizing educational re- 
sources; sixth yearbook 

KcniMcky. Univer.sity. Proceedings of the 
eighteenth-twentieth annual educational con- 
ferences and the seventh-ninth annual meet- 
ings of the Kentucky association of colleges 
and secondary schools 



Middle states as.sociaiion of colleges and sec- 
ondary schools. Proceedings. 1940-1943 

Middle states as.sociation of history and so- 
cinl science teachers. Proceedings. 1940-1941 

Middle states council for tlie social studies. 
Proceedings. 1942-1943 

Minnesota. University. Committee on educa- 
tional research. Studies In higher education 

Music teachers national association. Proceed- 
ings. 1939-1942 

National association of business teacher- 
training institutions. Proceedings. 1941-1942 

National association of principals of schools 
for girls. Proceedings of the twenty-third — 
twenty-fourth annual meetings. 1942-19(3 

National as.sociation of state universities. 
Transactions and proceedings. 1941 

National business teachers association. Prob- 
lems and issues in business education: 
seventh yearbook 

National Catholic educational association. Re- 
port of the proceedings and addresses. 1941- 
1943 

Nalion.'il collegiate athletic association. Pro- 
ceedini:s. 1940 

National conference of college and university 
presidents. Higher education and the war 

National congress of parents and teachers. Pro- 
ceedings. 1942-1943 

National council for the social studies. Social 
studies in the elementary school; 1941. twelfth 
yearbook 

National council for the social studies. Teaching 
critical thinking in the social studies; 1942, 
thirteenth yearbook 

National council on schoolhouse construction. 
Proceedings, 1941-1942 

Xational education association. Proceedings. 
1941-1943 

National education association. Department of 
rural education. Community resources In 
rural schools, yearbook. 1939 

National education association. Department of 
supervisors and directors of instruction. 
Mental health in the classroom; thirteenth 
yearbook 

National education association. Department of 
supervision and curriculum development. 
1944 yearbook 

National education association. National coun- 
cil on teacher retirement. Proceedings. 1942 

National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth — forty-third yearbooks. 1941-1944 

National university extension association. 
Proceedings. 1941-1942 

New York (state) University. Seventy-sixth— 
seventy- seventh convocations 

Northwest association of secondary and higher 
schools. Proceedings of the twenty-third — 
twenty-seventh annual meetings. 1940-1943 

Pennsylvania. University. School of education. 

Coordination of school and community 
Pennsylvania. University. School of education. 

Challenges to education, war and post-war 
Pennsylvania. University. School of education. 

Education in a nation at war 
Pennsylvania. University. School of education. 

Roads to the future 

Southern university conference. Proceedings. 
1941 

Teachers college. Columbia university. Inter- 
national institute. Educational yearbooks. 
1942-1943 

Yearbook of school law. 1942 



DIRECTORY OF PUBLISHERS 



A.L.A. American Library Association, 520 N 
Michigan Av, Chicago 11 

Abingdon-Col^esbury. Abingdon-Coltesbury 

Press, 150 5th Av, N.Y. 

Abingdon Press. N.Y. See Abingdon-Cokesbury 

Allen. G. George Allen & Unwin. Ltd. Ruskin 
House, 40 Museum St. London WC 1 

Am. Assn. for Adult Ed. Inc. 525 W 120th St. 
N.Y. 

Am. Assn. of Junior Cols. 730 Jackson PI, N^\ , 
Washington 6. D.C. 

Am. Assn. of Sch. Adm. American Association 
of School Administrators, 1201 16th St, NW, 
Washington 6. D.C. 

Am. Bk. American Book Company, 8 Lexing- 
ton Av. N.Y. 16 

Am. Council on Ed. 744 Jackson PI. N\V, 
Washington, D.C. 

Am. Ed. Co. 500 N Dearborn St. Chicago 

American education fellowship. 289 4th Av, 
N.Y. 10 

Am. Ed. Press. American Education Press. Inc. 
400 S Front St. Columbus 15. Ohio 

Am. psychological assn. American psycliolog- 
ical association, inc. Northwestern university. 
1822 Sherman av, Elvanston, 111. 

Appleton-Centurv. D. Appleton-Century Com- 
pany. Inc. 35" W 32d St. N.Y. 1 

Archives of Psychology. R. S. Woodworth, 
Editor, Columbia Univ, 116th St & Broad- 
way, N.Y. 27 

Assn. for Childhood Ed. Room 391, 1201 16th 
St, NW, Washington 6, D.C. 

Assn. Press. 347 Madison Av. N.Y. 17 

Bacon & Wieck. Inc. Nortliport. N.Y. 

Acquired the publications of N.Y. Univ. 
Division of General Ed. 

Baptist Sunday Sch. Ed. (Southern Baptist 
Convention). See Broadman 

Barnes. A. S. Barnes & Co, 67 W 44th St, 
N.Y. 18 

Barnes & Noble. Inc. 105 5th Av, N.Y. 3 

Birchard. C. C. Birchard & Company, 221 Co- 
lumbus Av, Boston 

Blakiston. The Blakiston Company, 1012 Wal- 
nut St. Philadelphia 5 

Broadman. The Broadman Press. Sunday 
School Bd. Southern Baptist Convention, 127 
9th Av, N. Nashville 3. Tenn. 

Bruce Pub. Bruce Publishing Company. 524-544 
N Milwaukee St. Milwaukee 1 

Burgess. Burgess Publishing Company. 426- 
428 S 6th St, Minneapolis 15 

Calif, test bur. California test bureau, 5916 

Hollywood blvd. Los Angeles 28 
Cambridge Univ. Press. Bentley House, 200 

Euston Rd. London NW 1 
Carnegie Foundation. Carnegie Foundation for 

the Advancement of Teacliing. 522 5th Av. 

N.Y. 
Catholic Ed. Press, 1326 Quincy St, NE. Wash- 
ington 17, D.C. 
Catholic Univ. of Am. Michigan Av, NE, 

Washington 17. D.C. 
Atldresfi The Catholic Univ. of Am. press 
Child Res. Clinic. Woods Schs. Langhorne. Pa. 
Child Study Assn. Cliild Study Association of 

America. Inc. 221 W 57th St. N.Y. 
Christopher. Christopher Publishing House. 

1140 Columbus Av. Boston 
Col. Entrance Bk. Co. 104 5th Av. N.Y. 11 
Columbia Univ. Press, 2960 Broadway, N.Y. 

27 
Commonwealth Fund. Commonwealtli Fund. 

Division of Publications, 41 E 57th St, N.Y. 

22 
Cooperative Test Service, 15 Amsterdam Av, 

N.Y. 
Crofts. F. S. Crofts & Co, 101 5th Av, N.Y. 3 
Crowell. Thomas Y. Crowell Companv. 432 4th 

Av. N.Y. 16 
Curriculum Laboratory. Division of Surveys & 

Field .Studies. George Peabody Col. Nashville. 

Tenn. 

Dartmouth. Dartmouth College Publications. 

Parkhurst Hall, Hanover. N.H. 
Day. John Day Co. Inc, 2 W 45th St, N.Y. 19 



Dryden. The Dryden Press. Inc, 386 4th Av. 

N.Y. 16 
Duke Univ, College Station, Durham, N.C. 
Address Duke Univ. Press 

Ed. Pubs. Educational Publishers, Inc, 720 
Washington Av, SE, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Same as Ed. Test Bur. 

Ed. Records Bur. 437 W 59th St. N.Y. 

Ed. Test Bur. See Ed. Pubs. 

Edwards Bros, Inc, 300 John St, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

Evaluation of Sch. Broadcasts. Ohio State Univ. 
Columbus 

Farrar. Farrar & Rineliart, Inc, 232 Madison 

Av, N.Y. 16 
Florida Curriculum Laboratory. See Univ. of 

Fla. Curriculum Laboratory 

George Peabody Col. See Peabody Col. Bk. 
Store 

George Peabody Col. Curriculum Laboratory. 
See Curriculum Laboratory 

Ginn. Ginn & Companv (Athenaeum Press) 
Statler Bldg, Park Sq. Boston 17 

Gregg. Gregg Publishing Company, 270 Madi- 
son Av, N.Y. 16 

Hall. Hall & McCreary Co, 434 S Wabash Av, 
Chicago 

Harcourl. Harcourt. Brace & Company. Inc, 
383 Madison Av, N.Y. 17: for high school texts 
only: 1525 E 53d St. Chicago 

Harlow. Harlow Publi^^hing Company. 217-223 
N Harvey Av. Oklahoma City 

Harper. Harper & Brothers (Pleiad Press Im- 
print) 49 E 33d St. N.Y. 16 

Harrap. George G. Harrap & Co, Ltd, 182 
High Holborn. London WC 1 

Harvard Univ. Press. Pub. Dept, 38 Quincy St. 
Cambridge 38, Mass. 

Heath. D. C. Heath & Company, 285 Columbus 
Av, Boston 16 

Holt. Henry Holt & Co. Inc. 257 4th Av. N.Y. 
10. for ed. bks. only: 2626 Prairie Av. Chicago 

Houghton. Houghton Mifflin Company (River- 
side Press. Cambridge) 2 Park St. Boston 7 

Human Engineering Laboratory. Inc. 347 
Beacon St. Boston 

Ind. Univ. See Ind. Univ. Bkstore 
Ind. Univ. Bkstore. Box 46. Bloomington. Ind. 
Inst, of Int. Ed. 2 W 45th St. N.Y. 
Int. Textbook. International Textbook Com- 
pany. 1001 Wyoming Av, Scranton 9, Pa. 

Johns Hopkins. Jolins Hopkins Press. Home- 
wood. Baltimore IS 

La. State Univ. Press. University Station. 

Baton Rouge 3. La. 
Lippincott. J. B. Lippincott Companv, 227-231 

S 6th St, Philadelphia 5 

Acquired the publications of Stokes 
Little. Little. Brown & Company. 34 Beacon 

St. Boston 6 
Longmans. Longmans. Green & Company, Inc, 

55 5th Av. NY. 3: Longmans, Green & Co. 

Ltd, Ambleside, 43 Albert Drive, London 

SW 19: for school books only: 221 E 20th St, 

Chicago 
Lucas Bro.s. Lucas Brothers. Publishers, 909 

Lowry St, Columbia, Mo. 
Lymanhouse. 624 S Arden Blvd. Los Angeles 

McGraw-Hill. McGraw-Hill Book Companv. 
Inc. 330 W 42d St. N.Y. 18 

McKnight. McKnight & McKnight, 109 W Mar- 
ket St. Bloomington. 111. 

Macmillan. The Macmillan Companv. 60 5th 
Av. N.Y. U: The Macmillan Co. of Canada. 
I>td. St .Martin's House. 70 Bond St. To- 
ronto, 2; Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 10 St Mar- 
tin's St. Leicester Sq. London WC 2 

Manual Arts Press. 237 N Monroe St. Peoria 3, 
III. 

.Meador. Meador Publishing Compan.v, 324 
Newbury St, Boston 15 



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DIRECTORY OF PUBLISHERS 



Melbourne Univ Press, Swanston St, Carlton, 
Melbourne. N 3, Victoria. Australia 

Methuen. Methuen & Company, Ltd. 36 Essex 
St. Strand. London WC 2 

Mosby. The C. V. Mosby Company, Medical 
Publi.shers, 3523 Pine Blvd, St Louis 3 

N.E.A. National Education Association of the 
United States, 1201 16th St, NW. Washing- 
ton 6. D.C. 

N.Y. State Teachi-rs Assn. 152 Washington 
Av, Albany 6. N.Y. 

N.T. Univ. Bk. Store. See N.Y. Univ. Press 

N.Y. Univ, Division of General Ed. N.Y. 
Univ. Division of General Education, Service 
Bureau for Adult Education, N.Y. See Bacon 
& Wieck 

N.Y. Univ. Press, 18 Washington Sq, N.Y. 3 

Nat. Assn. of Business Teacher-Training In- 
stitutions, H. M. Doutt. Sec. Univ. of Akron, 
Akron, Ohio 

Nat. Assn. of Commercial Teacher-Training 
Institutions. See Nat. Assn. of Business 
Teacher-Traininp Institutions 

Nat. Catholic Ed. A.^s.sn. 1312 Massachusetts Av, 
NW. Washington. D.C. 

Nat. Conp. of Parents ,t Teachers. Hdqrs, 600 
S Michigan Blvd. Chicago 5 

Nat. Conservation Bur. 60 John St, N.Y. 

Nat. Council for the Social Studies. 1201 16th 
St. N.W, Washington 6. D.C. 

Nat. Res. Council. 2101 Constitution Av, NW. 
Washington 25, D.C. 

Noble. Noble & Noble. Publishers, Inc, 72 5th 
Av, N.Y. 11 

Northwestern Press, 2200 Park Av, Minneapolis 
4 
Publishers for the Northwestern College 

Norton. W. W. Norton & Company. Inc, 70 5th 
Av. N.Y. 11 



Ohio State Univ. University Press. Derbv Hall, 

Columbus 10, Ohio 
Ore. State System. Oregon State System of 

Higher Education. Mailing Dept. Eugene, Ore. 
Oxford. Oxford University Press. 114 5th Av 

N.Y. 11; 4S0-486 University Av. Toronto. 2 

Amen House. Warwick Sq. London. EC 4 

B.I. BIdg. Nicol Rd, Bombay 

Pa. State Col, State College, Pa. 

Pan Am. Union. Union of Am. Republics. Con- 
stitution Av & C St. NW. Washington 6. 
D.C. 

Peabody Col. Bk. Store. Nashville, Tenn. 

Pitman. Pitman Publishing Corporation. 2-6 
W 45th St. N.Y. 19 

Prentice-Hall. Inc. 70 5th Av, N.Y. 11 

Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, N.J. 

Progressive Ed Assn. See American Education 
Fellowship 

Psychological Corp. 522 5th Av. N.Y. 

Public-Sch. Public School Publishing Co, SOS- 
SIS N East St, Bloomington. 111. 

Purdue Univ. Lafayette, Ind. 

Putnam. G. P. Putnam's Sons (Knickerbocker 
Press) Putnam BIdg. 2 'W 45th St. N.Y. 19 

Quarrie Corp. 35 E Wacker Drive, Chicago 

Revell. Fleming H. Revell Co, 158 5th Av. N.Y. 

10 
Re.vnal. Reynal & Hitchcock, Inc, 386 4th Av, 

N.Y. 16 
Ronald. The Ronald Press Company, 15 E 

26th St. N.Y. 10 
Routledge. George Routledge & Sons, Ltd, and 

Kegan Paul, Trench. Trubner & Co, Ltd, 

Broadway House, 68-74 Carter Lane, London, 

EC 4 
Row. Row. Peterson & Company. 1911 Ridge 

Av. Evanston. 111. 
Rutgers Univ. See Rutgers Univ. Press 
Rutgers Univ. Press, New Brunswick, N.J. 
Ryerson Press, 299 Queen St, W, Toronto. 2 
For ed. matters address The Educational 

Dept. 

Sargent. Porter Edward .Sargent, 11 Beacon 

St. Boston 8 
Saunders. W. B. Saunders Company, 218 West 

Washington Sq, Philadelphia 5 
Saunders. S.J.R. S. J. Reginald Saunders, 84- 

86 Wellington St, W, Toronto 



Science Res. Science Research Associates Oc- 
cupational Information Division, 1700 Prairie 
Av, Chicago 

^1?"v,r .^'^°,"' Foresman & Company, 623-633 
^ S Wabash Av. Chicago 5 

Scribner. Charles Scribner's Sons, 597-599 5th 
Av. N.Y. 17 

^"dw""- ?r"\^'^- i'u'-'lett & Company, Everett 

BIdg, 45 E 17th St, N.Y. 3 
South-Westem Pub. South-Western Publishing 
'i.^^.^J'T^i, 'P*"' ^"i-203 ■^^' <lh St, Cincinnati ! 

Calif Press, Stanford University, 

S'echcrt G. E. Stechert & Co, 31-37 E 10th 

"'^'■Tex ^''"'^^ ^°' '"' * Lavaca Sts, Austin 1, 

^'S^'^■'*u. F''"e<l<*r'c'< A. Stokes Company, Phlla- 

delphla. See Lippincott 
Supt. of Doc. Superintendent of Documents. 

Government Printing Office. Washington! 

Teachers Col, Columbia University, 525 W 120th 

Temple Univ, Broad St & Montgomery Av, 
Philadelphia 22 

U.S. Office of Ed, Washington, D.C. 
Univ. of Buffalo, Buffalo, N Y 
Univ. of Calif, Berkeley 4, Calif 

w=m''';?1*, V"'^'; °',.9^"f- P^ess, California 
Hall, Berkeley 4, Calif. 

Univ. of Chicago. Dept. of Ed, 5835 Kimbark 

av, Chicago 37 
^"Ji^'-.^i Ciiicago Press, 5750 Ellis Av, Hyde 

Park Station, Chicago 37 
^IIYa °f Fla, Curriculum laboratory, 317 Yonge 

BIdg, Gainesville, Fla. 
Univ. of Ga, Athens, Ga. 

Adilrexs Univ. of Ga. press 
Univ. of 111, Urbana, 111. 

Address Univ. of 111. Press 
Lniv. of Io%va. Iowa City, Iowa 

Address The Dept. of Publications 
Univ. of Kan, Lawrence. Kan. 
Univ. of Ky, Lexington 29, Ky 
Uniy. of London Press, Ltd, St Hugh's School. 

Bickley, Kent. England 
Univ. of Mich, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Addrexji The Univ. of Mich. Press. 311 
Maynard St. Ann Arbor. Mich. 
Univ. of Minn. Minneapolis 14, Minn 
Address The Univ. of Minn, press 
Univ. of Mo. Columbia. Mo. 
Univ. of NC. Press. Box 510, Chapel Hill, NO 
Univ. of N.Mex. Albuquerque. N.Mex 
Univ. of Neb. Lincoln. Neb 

Univ. of Okla. Press. Faculty Exchange. Nor- 
man. Okla. 
Univ. of Ore. Eugene. Ore. 

Address The Univ. of Oregon Press 
Ore °^ °'"^' C°-°P^''^t'^'e Store. Eugene, 
Univ. of Pa. Philadelphia 4 

Address The librarv 
Univ. of Pa. Press. 3622 Locust St, Philadelphia 
Univ. of Southern Calif. Office of Univ pub- 
lications. University Park. Los Angeles 
Address The Univ. of. Southern Calif. Press 
Univ. of Tex. Austin 12. Tex 

^"\?banv NY ^''^'^ "' ^"'"''' ^'**^ ^^' ^^P'' 

Univ. oif Toronto Press. Toronto 5 

Books formerly imprinted Univ. of Toronto 
Lib. are now pub. bv the Press 

Univ. of Va. University. Va. 

Univ. Pub Co University Publishing Com- 
pany. 1126 Q St. Lincoln 1, Neb. 

Univ. •Tutorial Press. Ltd. Clifton House, Eus- 
ton Rd. London NW 1 

^15o''^4U,"av.''n°Y ^3*"" ^'°''"'*"'' Company, Inc. 

Whitcombe & Tombs. Ltd, Box 954, Christ- 

Cnurcn C- 1, ^ .Z. 
^^i}T% ^?^" Wiley & Sons. Inc. 440 4th Av 

Wilson. H.W. H. W. Wilson Company, 950-972 

University Av, N.Y. 52 
Winston John C. ^\•inston Company, 1006-1016 

Arch St. Philadelphia 7 
"^^u"^',? f"*- World Book Compan.v. 313 Park 

Hill Av. honkers 5. N.Y. 

YaJe^Univ. Press. 143 Elm St, New Haven 7. 



KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS 



+ 


continued on laler 


enl 


enlarged 




priv ptd privately printed 




paj;es of same issue 


exp 


experiment, experi- 


proc 


proceedmgs 


abbrc\ 


abbreviation 


ext 


mental 




pseud 


pseudonym 


abr 


abridged 




extension 




Pt 


part 


Ag 


August 


P 


Februarj' 




ptg 


printing 


Am 


America. American 


i 


index 




pub 


publication, published. 


Ap 


April 


il 


illustration 






publisher, publishing 


assn 


a>sociation 


inc 


incorporated 




q 


'luarterly 


auth 


author 


inst 


inptitute 




K 


review 


av 


avenue 


int 


international 




-r 


sent on request 


bd 


lioard 


intruil 


introduction 




:of 


reference 


biblioB 


bililiography 


Ja 


January 




res 


research 


bibliog- 


fbibliographical 


Je 


June 




rev 


revised 




footnotes 


Jl 


July 




S 


.September 


bi-m 


bi-monthly 


jr 


.iunior 




-sb 


stitched in last num- 


bk 


book 


jt 


joint 






ber of volume 


bldg 


building 


-1 


sent loose in 


last 


-s 


stitched in first num- 


blvd 


boulevard 




number of v 


olume 




ber of volume 


bros 


brothers 


-Ifn 


sent loose in a follow- 


sch 


school 


bul 


bulletin 




ing number 


of suc- 


sec 


secretary 


bur 


bureau 




ceeding volume 


semi-a 


semi-annually 


circ 


circular 


lea 


leather 




semi-m 


semi-monthly 


CO 


company 


lib 


library 




ser 


series 


col 


college 


ltd 


limited 




-sfn 


stitched in a following 


com 


committee 


misc 


miscellaneous 






number of succeed- 


comm 


commission 


mo 


monthly 






ing volume 


comp 


compiler 


Mr 


March 




soc 


society 


cond 


condensed 


My 


May 




sq 


square 


conf 


conference 


N 


Xovember 




St 


street 


eong 


congress 


nat 


national 




-sup 


supplement 


cont 


continued 


no 


number 




supt 


superintendent 


corp 


corporation 


-none 


none issued 




tp- 


title page 


D 


December 


ns 


new series 




tpi- 


title page and index 


dept 


department 


O 


October 




tr 


translated, transla- 


diae 


diagram 


P 


pages 






tion, translator 


doc 


document 


pa 


paper 




univ 


university 


ea 


each 


pl 


place 




V 


volume 


ed 


edited, edition, editor. 


por 


portrait 




vocab 


vocabulary 




education, educational 


pres 


president 




w 


weekly 



For those unfamiliar with the form of reference to 
magazines used in the entries the following explanation 
is given : 



Sainf>le of an entry from a periodical: Case 
for education. I. Gemmell. Sch & Soc 57: 
677-81 Je V) '43 

Explanation: The article by Gemmell will be 
found in School and Society, volume 57. on 
pages 677-681 of the June 19, 1943 issue. 
Full names of periodicals are given after 
the abbreviations in the "List of Periodicals 
Indexed." 

Sample of an entry from an analyzed book : 
Educator and his government. J. Rosier 
(In American association of teachers col- 
leges. Twenty-second yearbook, 1943. p28- 
ii) 

Explanation: The article by Rosier will be 
found in the Twenty-second yearbook, 194.i 
of the American .\ssociation of Teachers 
Colleges, on pages 28-33. Full bibliographi- 
cal information about the Tw cut;. -second 
yearbook. 1943 is given in the main entry 
under American .\ssociation of Teachers 
Colleges 



EDUCATION INDEX 

CUMULATIVE AUTHOR AND SUBJECT INDEX 



July, 1941 — ^June, 1944 



A.Y.H. See Youth hostels 

AANESTAD, R. E. 
Approach to typewriting. Mid Sch 57:261 My 
•43 
AANRUD, Hans 
Lisbeth Long-frock: story, tr. from tlie Nor- 
wegian by L. E. Poulson: rephrased for 
reading bv the deaf, by M. S. Doolittle. 
Volta R 46:201-3-1-. 273-4-|- Ap-My '44 (to 
be cent) 
AANRUD, Mona 
Mother Goose teaches health; play. Instr 
52:47 F '43 
AARON, Sister Mary Cyril 
Examining the product of the Catholic high 
school. Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc 1942:287-91 
ABACUS. See Mathematical instruments 
ABBAS. Khwaja Ahmad 

My sisters start a school. Asia 42:292 My '42 
ABBATE. Grace McLean 
Group procedures found effective in the pre- 
vention and handling of emotional disorders. 
Mental Hygiene 26:394-408 Jl '42 
ABBOT, Julia Wade 
Children's interest in the war and the cur- 
riculum. Progres Ed 20:111-13 Mr '43: 
Same cond. Ed Digest 8:42-4 Ap '43 
Healthful attitudes toward health. Childh Ed 
18:293-6 Mr '42 
ABBOT academy, Andover, Massachusetts 
French table. A. Rechnitzer. FVench R 15: 
395-400 Mr "42 
ABBOTT, Alice, and Steward, A. P. 
Thev learned about the farm. Sch Arts 42; 
322 My '43 
ABBOTT, Allan 
A A . . . teacher of English teachers; some 
of his writings on teaching and literary 
art; with editorial notes by F. T. Baker 
and others. 84p $1 '41 Teachers col. 
Laboratory course in problems of English 

teaching. Teach Col Rec 43:371-86 F '42 
%Var and the humanities. Teach Col J 14: 
S3-5 Mr '43 
ABBOTT, Arthur 
Primers for Fascists and Democrats, bibliog 
El Sch J 43:282-9 Ja "43; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 8:34-7 Mr '43 
ABBOTT, Charles H. 
Abilitv grouping in the junior high school. 
Xat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 28:39-43 Mr '44 
ABBOTT. Charles Harlan 
Honors work in biological science. J Higher 
Ed 13:383-4 O '42 
ABBOTT. Edward Carlton 
Doe.> the IQ vary with achievement tests? 
Sch A: Soc 58:381-2 N 6 '43 
ABBOTT, Edith 
Social welfare and professional education, rev 
& enl ed 321p $3 '42 Univ. of Chicago press 
Twenty-one years of university education for 
the social services. 1920-41. bibliog f Social 
Seri'ice Review 15:670-705 D '41 

ABBOTT, Edward Carlton 

Relationship between variations in silent 
reading ability and mental ability [thesis] 
117p '43 priv ptd Univ. of Pa. 



ABBOTT, Mrs Herbert Vaughn. See Abbott, 

S. B. 
ABBOTT, Mrs John E. See Barry, I. 
ABBOTT, Josephine D. (Mrs T. Grafton Ab- 
bott) 
I have seen the childreti. Ed Leadership 1: 
9.*!-7 N '43 
ABBOTT, Marjorie 
iNIusic appreciation for children. Int J Relig 
Ed 20:19 Ap '44 
ABBOTT, Senda (Berenson) (Mrs Herbert 
Vaughn Abbott) 
Senda Berenson, director of physical educa- 
tion at Smith college, 1892-1911. E. N. 
Hill. Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res 
Q 12:658-65 O '41 
ABBOTT, Mrs T. Grafton. See Abbott. J. D. 
ABBOTT, Wenona; Reid, G. L; and Smith, 
L. F. 
Anecdotal behavior record; implications for 
nursing education. American Journal of 
Nursing 43:928-33 O '43 
ABBREVIATIONS 
See also 
Symbols 
ABEL, James Frederick 
Education under dictatorships and in democ- 
racies. See United States. Office of educa- 
tion 
Educational statesman. Ed Vic 1:2 JI 1 '42 
(comp) Selected references on foreign edu- 
cation (cont) EI Sch J 41:774-91 Je '41 
ABEL, Mrs Theodora (Mead) and Kinder, 
E. F. 
Subnormal adolescent girl. 215p $2.50 '42 Co- 
lumbia univ. press 
ABELE, Luther W. 
Modeling descriptive paragraphs. Ohio Sch 
21:372 N '43 
ABELL, Marietta, and Anderson, A. J. 
Forward with democracy; a collection of up- 
to-date democracy programs for high 
schools. llOp pa 75c Northwestern press 
How to observe special weeks; a collection 
of suggested programs for observing the 
various special weeks of the school year. 
3v pa ea 75e Northwestern press 
Patriotic programs for high schools and 
civic organizations. 106p pa 75c '42 North- 
western press 
Programs for high school assemblies; a col- 
lection of suggested programs for various 
types of school assemblies. v8-9 pa ea 75c 
'41-'42 Northwestern press 
School proms; complete practical suggestions 
for staging the school prom. 112p pa 75o 
Northwestern press 
ABELL, Walter Halsey 

Canada as seen by its painters. Sch Arts 43: 
257-9-1- Ap '44 

Patron, incorporated; Dr Keppel and the 
Carnegie corporation's art progrram. Maga- 
zine of Art 34:472-5-L N '41 
ABERDEEN, South Dakota 

Public schools 
After three years' use our experiments have 
proved a good investment. C. J. Dalthorp. 
il plans Nations Srh 33:38-40 ify '44 



EDUCATION IXDEX July 1941 — luiic 1944 



ABERDEEN. South Dakota— Public schools- 
Co iifrriKcr/ 
Hcmodcllnp can be done In wartime. C. J. 

Dalthorp. il Am Sch Bd J 10S;30-2 Mr ••14 
Society of American patriots. O. J. Dalthorp. 
J Kd 127:124-0+ Ap '44 
ABERDEEN. University 

King's college 
.><port.s pavilion. II plans diap Architectural 
Kcvii-w 911:110-12 O '41 
ABERNATHY, Elton 
Criticism against speech tournamenls. Q J 
Speech 28:354-6 O '42 
ABERNETHY, Bradford S. 
.Study Broups. beware: some practical advice 
for croups studying the bases of a new 
world order. Int J Relig Ed 19:12-13 X 
'42 
ABERNETHY, George Lawrence 

Some rertections on campus religion. Chris- 
tian Ed 25:84-94 D '41 
Volunteer work camps. Sch & Soc 56:482-6 
.\" 21 '42 
ABERNETHY, Robert R. 
Public school administrator and vocational 
education. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Roads to the future. 
P35D-62) 
ABERNETHY, Thomas Perkins 
Mvih of Jacksonian democracy. Social 
Studies 34:298-300 X '43 
ABILD, Mrs Ruth Hildreth 
-■Maska. Grade Teach 59:54-54- O "41 
Hreuktast for victory. Instr 52:28-t- Ap "43 
Making maps. Grade Teach 60:59+ S '42 
Money in his pocket. Parents Mag 19:39 + 

My '44 
Unit on seed scattering. Instr 51:25 O '42 
ABILITIES, Special. See Aptitudes 

ABILITY 
Ability grading at Oneida high. H. F. Knapp. 

Sch Executive 62:21-3 Ap '43 
Note on the use of the term over-achieve- 
ment in guidance and personnel work. E. 

L. Phillips, bibliog J Ed Psychol 34:300-6 

My '43 
V.iriabilit.v as a function of ability and its 

relation to personality and interests. M. D. 

Down, bibliog pa SOc '41 Archives of psy- 
chology 
See also 
Age and ability Mathematical ability 

Artistic ability Motor ability 

College aptitude Motor development 

Correlation of abili- Musical ability 

ties Physical ability 

Creative ability Scientific ability 

Genius 
ABILITY, Influence of age on. See Age and 

ability 
ABILITY grouping 
Abilitv grouping. A. W. Hunt. jr. bibliog f 

Ed Adm &• Sup 28:591-9 N '42 
Gifted child — a problem in our educational 

program. Sister Mary Ignatia. bibliog Nat 

Cath EM Assn Proc 1942:479-500 
Sectioning according to ability in 1941 and 

1942. J. E. W. Wallin. Sch & Soc 56:526-9 N 

28 '42 
.See also 
Group instruction 

Colleges and universities 
College mathematics placement test. O. C. 

Held. J Higher Ed 13:39-40 Ja "42 
Use of standardized objective tests for sec- 
tioning French courses according to stu- 
dent abilitv. F. P. Smith. Mod Lang J 26: 
123-32 F '42 

Elementary schools 

Case in point. J. H. MacLatchy. Ed Res B 
20:152-65 S '41 

Child accounting— its value from a peda- 
gogical and administrative standpoint. A. 
W. Hunt. jr. Tex Outl 25:13-14 Ag '41; 
Same. Ed Forum 7:157-f.n Ja '43 

Coordination in the upper elementary grades. 
N. Moore. Tex Outl 26:34 Ag '42 

Each according to his ability. G. T. Jack- 
son, il Sch Executive 62:37-8 Ja '43 

Homogeneous grouping in elementary schools. 
A. N. Foster. Tex Outl 28:47-8 F '44 



On grouping children in school. I. O. Hel- 
••■•eth. il t'hildh Kd 'J0:250-9 F '44: Same 
<ond. Kd Digest 9:17-20 Ap '44 

First grades 
Individual dilTerences in reading. D. Hamil- 
ton. 11 Grade Teach 59:22+ Ja '42 

High schools 

Adaptation of high school curriculum and 
.standards to varying mental abilities. Li. 
Richard. Cath Ed R 40:95-100 F '42 

.\dmmistrative approach to secondary-school 
reading problems. R. E. Boyles. Ed Adm & 
Sup 27:633-6 N '41 

Importance of ability grouping in business 
education in the development of effective 
standards. (In Eastern commercial teach- 
ers' association. Fourteenth yearbook. p293- 
318) 

Project in ability grouping. E. A. Nash. Bus 
Ed World 23:186-8 D 42 

Siniple. economical, and valid administrative 
ability-prrouping of high school boys for 
physical education. K. W. Bookwalter and 
others, bibliog f Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed ."i Rec Re.'? Q 13:512-19 D '42 

Simplified method of classifying junior and 
senior high school hoys into homogeneous 
groups for physical education activities. E. 
LJ. Stansbury. bibliog Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 12:765-76 D '41 

Junior high schools 
Ability grouping in the junior high school. 

C. H. Abbott. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 

28:39-43 Mr '44 
Grouping for progress. R. W. DeA'ore. Ohio 

Sch 22:72 F '44 
Homo.'^eneous grouping and pupil attention 

in junior high schools. J. R. Shannon. 

Teach Col J 12:49-52 Ja '41 
Method for grouping dudHs. T. J. Kallsen. 

Nation's Sch 28:58 O '41 
Practical reorg.anization of a junior high 

school to iTieet student needs. A. H. Otto- 

.sen and J. W. M. Rothnev. Ed f.3:29-39 

S '42 
Ten years of ability grouping. E. D. ilar- 

tin. Tex Outl 26:28 Ja '42 
Thev don't like grouping. L. L*. Dickey. Ohio 

Sch 20:226 My '42 

Primary grades 

Flexible grouping. G. O. Lockwood. Sch 

Executive 62:23-4 D 42 
Retention and promotion. D. Hamilton. 

Grade Teach 60:22+ My '43 

Second grades 
Finding the correct reading group for each 
child in grade II. P. Lampman. El Sch J 
44:358-60 F '44 

Sixth grades 

Individualizing reading in the sixth grade. 
N. Newton. El Engl R 21:43 F "44 
ABILITY tests 

Ability and aptitude tests for clerical work- 
ers. M. Bills. J B.^ns Ed 19:13-14 D '43 

Ability grouping as a factor of guidance in 
curriculum selection. F. C. Phillips. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Fourteenth yearbook. p293-301> 

Ability tests in communitv school. R. Eggles- 
ton. Nation's Sch 28:32 6 '41 

Contribution of practice differences to group 
variability. M. E. Hamilton, bibliog pa SOc 
'43 Archives of psycholotry 

Correlation of adjustment and achievement 
in delinquent boys. L. J. Krause. $1.25 '41 
Catholic univ. of Am. 

Correlations and factor analysis of the abili- 
ties of the single individual. K. S. Primoff. 
liibliog Journal of General Psychology 28: 
121-32 Ja '43 

Experimental analysis of the theory of inde- 
pendent abilities. R. S. Morrow, bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 32:495-512 O '41 

Interests and abilities. K. L. Thorndike. J 
Ap Psychol 28:43-52 F '44 

Language and non-verbal test performance 
of racial groups in Honolulu before and 
.after a fourteen-year interval. S. Smith. 
Journal of General Psvchologv 26:51-93 Ja 
•42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ABILITY tests — Continued 

Measure your child's abilities by these new 
yardsticks. G. D. Shultz. il Better Homes 
& Gardens 20:48+ Ja '42 

Objective measurement of accuracy in draw- 
ings. T. 1. Cain, bibliogr t American Jour- 
nal of Psychology 56:32-53 Ja '43 

Study of five tests of spatial ability. S. G. 
Estes. bihiiofr J Psychol 13:265-71 Ap '42 

Tests in rehabilitation service. F. E. Hart, 
jr. Ed 63:544-8 My '43 

Vocational counseling- by use of tests. S. G. 
Dulsky. Personnel Journal 20:16-22 Sly "41 
See also 

Art — Tests and Physical ability tests 

scales Seashore tests of 

Mechanical ability musical ability 

tests Thurslone primary 

Musical ability tests mental abilities 

Otis tests battery 

ABNEY. Louise 

Speech and the classroom teacher: some 
specific suggestions. El Engl R 19:298-300 
D '42 

Tools that facilitate expression: speech, 
voice and pronunciation. (In National so- 
ciety for the study of education. Forty- 
third yearbook, pt2. p lSl-6) 

ABNORMAL children. See Children, Abnormal 
ABORN. Caroline D. 
Obituary 

Childh Ed 18:189 D '41 
ABRAHAM, A. A, 

Sick leave policies in Negro land grant col- 
leges. J Negro Ed 12:130-3 Ja '43 
ABRAHAM. Herbert J. 
Testing the effectiveness of high school 
courses in American history. Social Ed 8: 
216-19 My '44 

ABRAHAM Baldwin agricultural college, Tif- 
ton, Georgia 
Adult course in agriculture at a southern 
college. T. M. Cordell. il Ag Ed M 14:90-1 + 
N '41 
College K.P. S. Arne. Jun Col J 14:134-5 
N '43 
ABRAHAMS, Harold Justin 
Exhibit as a supplementary method; physical 
properties of minerals. Sch Sci & Math 42: 
831-40 D '42 
Exhibit as a supplementary method: sul- 
fanilamide. Sch Sci & Math 42:32-5 Ja '42 
— and Blitzstein, William 

Simple demonstrating ultramicroscope. J 
Chem Ed 18:378-9 Ag '41 
ABRAHAMSON, Ruth M. 

Changing conditions affecting the teaching 
of geography in the high school curriculum. 
(In Eastern commercial teachers' associa- 
tion. Fourteenth yearbook, p 115-18) 
ABRAMS, Ray. See Bourgeois, L. J. jt. auth. 
ABRAMSON, Rebecca 
Opaque projector scores a victory. H Points 
23:35-40 O '41 
ABRASIVES 
Abrasive tools of industry. .T. E. D. Hastie. 
il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:172-3, 212- 
13 Ap-My -43 

ABSENCES 
Certain implications of the sickness records 

of white and colored public school pupils. 

H. T. Taylor. Am Assn Health Phys Ed 

& Rec Res Q 13:309-13 O '42 
Implications of sickness records of public 

school ,-)upils. H. T. Tavlor. Am Assn 

Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13:37-42 Mr 

*42 

Intrinsic causes for public-school absences. 

A. W. Piatt. Sch & Soc 57:307-8 Mr 13 '43 
Living is a laboratory. C. C. Moore, il Nation's 

•Sch 30:40-1 S '42 
Parent looks at teacher. Mrs M. M. White. 

Ky Sch J 22:14 Ap '44 

See also 
Attendance Teachers — Leaves of 

Sick leave absence 

Truancy 

High schools 
Please excuse. M. Van Zandt. Ed Meth 22: 
179-81 Ja '43; Same cond. Ed Digest 8:32-3 
Mr '43 



Report of a special study of difficult attend- 
ance cases. J. C. Nebo. Pittsburgh Sch 
17:23-32 S '42 

Study of the pupil absences and the meth- 
ods of adjusting attendance problems util- 
ized at the Langley junior-senior high 
school, Pittsburgh, Penna. G. J. Wilson. 
Pittsburgh Sch 18:53-5 N '43 

Junior high schools 

Absenteeism in the junior high school. W. L. 
Van Loan and M. Williams. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 28:53-6 Mr '44 

Soine of the causes of non-attendance In a 
junior high school. E. D. Martin. Sch & 
Soc 55:110-11 Ja 24 '42; Same. Tex OuU 
26:26 F '42 

Study of absentees and absences in junior 
high school. E. D. Martin. Sch & Soc 53: 
423 Mr 29 '41; Same. Tex Outl 25:30 Jl '41 
ABSORPTION 
See also 

Adsorption 
ABSORPTION spectra. See Spectrum — ^Absorp- 
tion spectra 
ABSTRACTION 

Testing the meaning of abstractions. L. 
Armstrong. Peabody J Ed 20:290-3 Mr "43 
ABSTRACTNESS 

Influence of levels of abstractness on reason- 
ing ability. L. Long and L. Welch, bib- 
liog J Psychol 13:41-59 Ja '42 
ABSTRACTS 

Abstracting and indexing. E. J. Crane. 
J Chem Ed 20:537-9 N '43 
ABSTRACTS, Educational 

Abstracts. See numbers of Science education 

Abstracts of contributed papers — twelfth an- 
nual meeting of the American association of 
physics teachers. Am J Physics 11:46-8 
F '43 

Abstracts of dissertations accepted in partial 
fulfilment of the requirements for the 
degree of doctor of philosophy, 1940-1941. 
Virginia. University. Department of gradu- 
ate studies. 2v 141:161p •40-'41 The univ. 

Abstracts of dissertations for the degree of 
doctor of philosophy, with the titles of 
theses .tccepted for masters' degrees, 1939- 
1941. Southern California. University. 3v 
pa '40-'41 The univ. 

Abstracts of dissertations presented by 
candidates for the degree of doctor of 
philosophy. Ohio state university. Graduate 
school. See main entry 

Abstracts of doctoral dissertations in edu- 
cation, completed in 1940. Kansas. Uni- 
versity, pa '41 The univ. 

Abstracts of doctoral dis.sertations, 1941. 
Nebraska. University, bibliog '42 Univ. of 
Neb. 

Abstra.cts of doctoral dissertations submitted 
in partial fulfillment of the requirements 
for the degree of doctor of education and 
doctor of philosophy, 1940-1943. Penn- 
sylvania state college. 4v pa '41-'44 The col. 

Abstracts of doctoral theses in religious edu- 
cation, 1942-1943. O. Mayer and W. E. 
Donahoe, comps. Relig Ed 38:387-99 N '43 

-Abstracts of field studies for the degree of 
doctor of education, submitted in partial 
fulfillment of the requirements for the 
degrees of doctor of education and doctor 
of philosophy, 1939. Colorado state college 
of education. (V 1) 59p '40 The col, Greeley 

Abstracts of graduates theses in education, 
1940-1943. Cincinnati. University. Teachers 
college, bibliog $2 '44 The col. 

-Abstracts of masters' and doctors' theses 
in education . . . for the five-year period 
beginnin.!? September. 1935. Texas. Univer- 
sity. (Bui. no 1) 50p The univ. 

Abstracts of masters' theses [mimeographed] 
Ohio university. Graduate college, pa gratis 
'42 The univ. 

Abstracts of masters' theses in education, 
approved by Kansas state college. 1915- 
1940. Kansas state college. 50c The col. Fort 
Hays 

.'Abstracts of master's the-ses. 1938-1942. Ari- 
zona state teachers college. Flagstaff. (Bui. 
v23 no3) 105p '42 The col. 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ABSTRACTS, Educational — Continued 

Abstracts of masters' theses submitted to 
the Graduate school of the University of 
New Hampshire [In the calendar years 
1910-19111 New Hampshire. University. 
(Buls. v3-' no8; v33 noC) 2n03 •41-'42 The 
unlv. Durham 

Abstracts of studies in education at the 
Pennsylvania state college. C. C. Peters, 
pt 10 pa 26c '42 Pa. state col. Sch. of ed. 

Abstracts of theses, faculty bibliography and 
research in pro),'rcs». 1939-1940, 1940-1941. 
1941-1942. WiushiiiKlon (state) University. 
3v pa 1939-40, 1940-41 ea $2: 1941-42 J1.50 
•41-'43 The univ, Seattle 

Abstracts of theses for higher degrees, 1941- 
1942. Arizona. University. Graduate college, 
pa 25c '43 The univ, Tucson 

Abstracts of theses, 1935-1940. Texas. North 
Texas state teachers college, gratis The 
col, Denton 

Abstracts of theses, 1941. Cornell university, 
pa $2 '42 Cornell univ. press, 124 Roberts 
pi, Cornell Heights, Ithaca, N.Y. 

Abstracts of these.s, 1941-1943. Tulane uni- 
versity of Louisiana. Graduate school. 3v 
pa '41-'43 The univ. New Orleans 

Abstracts of theses; session of 1941-42 and 
summer of 1942. Louisiana state univer- 
sitv. Graduate school. (Univ. bul. v36 ns 
no 1) 102p pa '43 The unlv. 

Abstracts of unpubiislied masters' theses, 
Indiana state teachers college. 1940-1941. 
Teach Col J 12:122-33 Jl '41 

Abstracts of unpublished masters' theses. In- 
diana state teachers college, 1941-1942. 
Teach Col J 13:129-44 JI '42 

Abstracts of unpublished masters' theses, 
Indiana state teachers college. 1942-1943. 
Teach Col .1 14:133-42 .11 '43 

Critical abstracts of curriculum research. 
See numbers of Curriculum Journal through 
May 1943 

Current literature on Negro education; ab- 
stracts and digests. C. L. Miller. J Negro 
Ed 12:665-7; 13:93-6. 208-10 O '43-Ap '44 

Doctoral dissertations: abstracts and refer- 
ences. Iowa. University. See main entry 

Education in lay magazines, June 1, 1941. 
American association of school administra- 
tors, pa 25c '41 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. October 1, 1941. 
American association of school administra- 
tors, pa '41 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, December 1. 

1941. American association of school ad- 
ministrators, pa '41 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, February 1. 

1942. American association of school admin- 
istrators, pa '42 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. April 1, 1942. 
American association of school administra- 
tors, pa '42 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. June 1, 1942. 
American association of school administra- 
tors, pa '42 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, October 1, 1942. 
American association of school adminis- 
trators, pa '42 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, March 1, 1943. 
American association of school admin- 
istrators, pa '43 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, June 1, 1943. 
American association of school administra- 
tors, pa '43 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, September 1. 

1943. American association of school ad- 
ministrators, pa '43 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, December 1, 
1943. American association of school ad- 
ministrators, pa 25c '43 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. March 1, 1944. 
American association of school administra- 
tors, pa '44 The assn. 

Graduate research in education and abstracts 
of doctoral di.ssertations in education. 
Kansas. Universit.v. pa '44 The univ. 

In other Journals. J. M. Gwynn. See numbers 
of High school Journal through April 1942 

In other periodicals. N. Lazar. .See monthly 
numbers of Mathematics teacher 

Kecent graduate theses in school law. C. V. 
Good. (In Yearbook of school law, 1942. 
p 183-97) 

Research abstracts. J. A. Hockett, ed. See 
numbers of Childhood education 



Research abstracts. American a-ssoclatlon for 
health, physical education, and recreation. 
National council of the research section. 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 15: 
78-93 Mr '44 

Research abstracts and bibliographies. A. S. 
Barr, ed. See monthly numbers of Journal 
of educational research 

Sumniaries of doctoral dissertations; 1939- 
40—1941-42. Wisconsin. University. Gradu- 
ate school. 3v ea »2 '41-'43 Unlv. of Wis. 
press. Madison. Wis. 

.Summaries of researches reported in degree 
theses. See numbers of British Journal of 
educational psychology 

Summaries of theses accepted in partial ful- 
filment of the requirements for the degree 
of doctor of philosophy, 1939-1940. Harvard 
university. Graduate school of arts and 
sciences. 2v ea $2 '42 Harvard unlv. press 

Theses In education. 1937-1943. Kentucky. 
University, pa 50c '43 The univ. 

Unpublished research In secondary education. 

W. J. McKee. H Sch J 24:227-31. 275-81, 

330-3. 372-5; 23:40-2, 177-82, 226-30 My 

'41-Jii. Ap-My '42 

ACADEMIC credits. See Credits and credit 

systems — Colleges and universities 
ACADEMIC degrees. See Degrees. Academic 
ACADEMIC dissertations. See Dissertations, 

Academic 
ACADEMIC freedom 

Academic freedom. D. L. Marsh. Vital 
Speeches 7:613-17 Ag 1 '41 

Academic freedom and tenure; annual report 
of committee A, 1941. American association 
of university professors. Committee on aca- 
demic freedom and tenure. Am Assn Unlv 
Prof B 28:68-83 F '42 

Academic freedom and tenure; annual report 
of committee A. 1942. American eissociation 
of university professors. Committee on aca- 
demic freedom and tenure. Am Assn Unlv 
Prof B 29:61-74 F '43 

Academic freedom and tenure; annual report 
of committee A for 1943. American associa- 
tion of university professors. Committee 
on academic freedom and tenure. Am Assn 
Univ Prof Bul 30:13-28 F '44 
^ Academic freedom and tenure; Memphis 
state college. American association of uni- 
versity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. Am Assn Univ Prof 
Bul 29:550-80 O '43 

Academic freedom and tenure. State teachers 
college, Murfreesboro. Tenn. American as- 
sociation of university professors. Com- 
mittee on academic freedom and tenure. 
Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:662-77 D '42 

Academic freedom and tenure; statement of 
principles, 1940; formulated by Joint con- 
ferences with the commission on academic 
freedom and tenure of the Association of 
American colleges. American association of 
university professors. Am Assn Univ Prof 
Bul 28:84-90 F '42; Same. Am Assn Univ 
Prof Bul 29:75-81 F '43; Same. Am Assn 
Univ Prof Bul 30:101-7 F '44 

Academic freedom and the Catholics, J. M. 
O'Neill. New Republic 110:204-7 F 14 '44 

Academic freedom and what it has meant to 
me. W. H. Kilpatrick. Nat Ed Assn J 31: 
119 Ap '42 
' Academic freedom; 1915 declaration of prin- 
ciples. American association of university 
professors. Am Assn Univ Prof B 29:82- 
101 F '43 

Academic tenure. H. M. Wriston. Am Assn 
Univ Prof B 27:337-47 Je 41 

Address of welcome. W. F. Edgerton. Am 
Assn Univ Prof B 28:17-22 F '42 

Bertrand Russell case. J. Dewey and H. M. 
Kallen. eds. $2.50 '41 Viking press, inc. 
18 E 48th St, N.Y. 

Better to grin and bear it. Commonweal 39: 
, lOS N 19 '43 

V Better to grin and bear it; reply. R. B. 
Perry. Commonweal 39:304 Ja 7 '44 

Blow to Catholicism. New Republic 109:703-4 
X 22 '43 

Cornell and the Russian courses: reply to 
E. E. Dav. F. E. Woltman. Saturday Re- 
view of Literature 27:22-4 Mr 18 '44 

Ends and means. W. P. ToUey. Am Assn 
Univ Prof B 28:23-31 F '42 

Even a teacher can learn; autobiography. K. 
Eby. Christian Century 59:1061-3 S 2 "42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ACADEMIC freedom — Continued 
'Faculty ranks, tenure, and academic free- 
dom; survey of 246 colleges. W. M. Mallon. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc 1942:177-94 

Fifth freedom — freedom to teach. L. C. 
Friel. N Y State Ed 30:410-11+ Mr '43 

Freedom of instruction in war time. W. Cerf. 
Public Opinion Quarterly 6 no4:576-87 [D] 
•42 

Freedom of speech during periods of stress. 
F M. Vreeiand. bibliog t Am Assn UniT 
Prof B 27:542-52 D '41 

Freedom of teaching. H. C. Coffin. Soc Ed 

^ 5:408-11 O '41 . , , 

-vTreedom of teaching (and some duties) in 

wartime America. W. C. Bagley. Mont Ed 

18:22-3 Ap '42; Same. Ky Sch J 21:9-10 

S '42 

Hatch act and the schools. D. DuShane. 
Nat Ed Assn J 31:7 Ja '42; Same. Tex 
Outl 26:23 Mr '42 

Illinois association of school boards favors 
freedom of teaching. Sch & Soc 56:461 N 
14 '42 

Liberty and learning. D. E. Bunting. $2.50; 
pa $2 '42 Am. council on public affairs, 
2153 Florida av, Washington. D.C. 

Newman on academic freedom. A. S. Ryan. 
. America 70:521-2 F 12 '44 
-vNewspaper editors on teacher freedom. R. R. 
Stabley. Teach Ed J 4:112-16 D '42 

President Gideonse challenges the Commit- 
tee for democracy and intellectual free- 
dom. Sch & Soc 54:348 O 25 '41 

Reply to President Gideonse's charges. N. H. 
Dearborn. Sch & Soc 54:417-18 N S '41 

Rejoinder to Dean Dearborn. H. D. Gideonse. 
Sch & Soc 55:74-5 Ja 17 '42 

Rational selection in the social sciences. E. 
, E. Muntz. Social Forces 21:159-64 D '42 
-> Report of the conimi.'ision on academic free- 
^ dom and academic tenure. W. P. Tolley. 
Assn Am Col B 28:77-81 Mr '42 

Should communists and fascists teach in 
the schools? V. T. Thayer. Harvard Ed R 
12:7-19 Ja '42 

Statement of principles. Southern association 
of colleges and secondary schools. Com- 
mission on institutions of higher educa- 
tion. So Assn Q 6:560-3 N '42 

Test of academic freedom. P. A. Carmichael. 
Am Assn Univ Prof B 29:373-84 Je '43 

Texas tempest. Newsweek 22:73 D 20 '43 
i'-Uses of academic freedom. Ed Digest 7:1-3 
O '41 

War and academic freedom. B. H. Bode. Wis 
J Ed 74:331-2 Mr '42; Same cond. Ohio Sch 
20:102-3 Mr '42; Ed Digest 7:24-5 My '42 

War and freedom to teach. W. S. Taylor. Nat 
Ed Assn J 32:54 F '43 
vWar on the social studies. K. M. Gould. 
Common Ground 2 no 1:83-91 '41 

Germany 
Academic freedom in Germany. E. L. Jordan. 
Sch & Soc 58:187-8 S 11 '43 
ACADEMIC success. See Student achievements 
ACADEMIC tenure. See Tenure 
ACADEMIES. See Private schools 
ACADEMY of pedagogical sciences, Moscow 
New Soviet academy. E. N. Medynskil. 
Times Ed Sup 1491:568 N 27 '43 
ACALANES union high school, Lafayette, Cali- 
fornia 
Advanced California school meets limited 
budget, il plans diag Architectural Record 
89:82-7 Je '41 
WTien plans call for pl>-wood. J. L. Reid. il 
Nation's Sch 31:34-5-1- Je '43 
ACCELERATED children. See Children, Gifted 
ACCELERATION 
Accelerating education programs for nurses 
in civilian and military services. American 
Journal of Nursing 43:8-9 Ja '43: Same. 
Public Health Nursing 35:46-t- Ja '43 
Accelerating for viclorv, M M. Stewart, il 

Bus Ed World 22:801-3 Mv '42 
Accelerating the educational program. E. E. 

Camp. Sch & Com 29:79-80 P '43 
Acceleration. R. Withington. Sch & Soc 59: 

44-5 Ja 15 '44 
Acceleration and age of productivity. S. L. 
Pressey and A. Combs. Ed Res Bui 22:191-6 
O '43 



Acceleration and preprofessional education. 

Ed Vic 1:26 Mr 1 '43 

American education and the war. G. F. 
Zook. (In American association of teachers 
colleges. Twenty-first yearbook, 1942. p26- 
34) 

California committee on the acceleration of 
students. F. N. Freeman. Sch & Soc 57: 
277-8 Mr 6 '43 

Conference on accelerated educational pro- 
grams. S. L. Pressey. Sch & Soc 56:49-50 
Jl 11 '42 

Criticism of our approach to acceleration. 
W. R. Odell. Calif J See Ed 18:137-8 Mr 
'43 

Education making far-reaching adjustments. 
Ed Vic 1:12-13 Je 15 '42 

Educational ladder of tomorrow. C. F. Deady. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc 1942:90-7 

Enrichment vs. speed up. H. C. Hand. Front 
Democ 8:164-5 Mr '42 

In defense of higher education; with dis- 
cussion. J. H. Miller. J Higher Ed 14:115- 
20 Mr '43 

Individualized acceleration. Mont Ed 18:16 
Mr '42 

Mental hazards in accelerated educational 
programs for youth. F. H. Allen. Ed Outl 
17:114-22 Mr '43 

Methods ot helping slow readers meet the 
demands of speed-up programs. J. M. Mc- 
Caliister. (In Conference on reading. Adapt- 
ing reading programs to wartime needs. 
P258-62) 

One form of acceleration — a report. W^. S. 
Hoffman. Am Assn Col Reg J 19:241-3 Ja 
'44 

Poll on summer study. N. T. Wessell. J 
Higher Ed 14:129-32 Mr '43 

Postwar educational oontrover.=:ies. B. F. 
Pittenger. Am Sch Bd J 107:15-18 N '43 

Program of acceleration in institutions of 
higher learning. J. Lund. (In Association 
of military colleges and schools of the 
United States. Proceedings. 1942. p64-7) 

Pros and cons of acceleration. R. J. Havig- 
hurst. Sch R 52:71-2 F '44 

Schools and the emergency. G. W. Rosenlof. 
Neb Ed J 22:64 Mr '42 

Some experiences in acceleration in nursing 
education. American Journal of Nursing 
43:577-81 Je '43 

Statement on accelerated progrrams in nurs- 
ing education. M. G. Howell. Public Health 
Nursing 35:46 Ja '43 

Stray thoughts from a factor.v bench. R. 
Withiiiglon. J Ed 126:292 D '43 

Streamlining education. E. Schwinn. Com- 
monweal 36:558-60 O 2 '42 

Streamlining education; reply. T. Plassmann. 
Commonweal 37:94-5 N 13 '42 

Suggested plan for acceleration of clinical 
learning. R. L. McManus. American Jour- 
nal of Nursing 43:70-6 Ja '43 

War and the schools. R. K. Byrns. Catholic 
World 155:650-6 S '42 

WartiiTie acceleration in education. A. J. 
Cloud. (In American association of school 
administrators. Official report. 1943. p 123) 

Who and how elements of accelerated train- 
ing. D. C. Finkelhor. (In Eastern com- 
mercial teachers' association. .'Sixteenth 
yearbook, p 170-2) 

Colleges and universities 

Academic calendars under the speed-up 
plan. Sch & Soc 55:96-7 Ja 24 '42 

Accelerated education. Time 39:59+ F 9 '42 

Accelerated liberal arts program and college 
library service. N. Stewart. Library Journal 
67:1093-6 D 15 '42 

Accelerated program and the registrar. C. 
Slusher. Am Assn Col Reg J 17:601-2 Jl '42 

Accelerated programs in degree-granting col- 
leges and universities. E. W^inston and M. 
Farr. Phi Delta Kappan 25:73-4 N '42 

Accelerating students in colleges and uni- 
versities. F. M. Hunter. (In American as- 
sociation of school administrators. Official 
report. 1942. r57-61) 

Accelerating the progress of students during 
the emergency; excerpt from resolutions 
adopted by the commission on institutions 
of higher education of the Southern associ- 
ation of colleges and secondary schools. So 
Assn Q 6:243-4 F '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ACCELERATION--ColleBes and universities— 

CoHtmufd 

Acceleration and tlie college student. S. Li. 
Pressey. blblloK f Annals of the American 
Academy of Political and Social Science 
231:34-41 Ja '41 

Acculerution by moans of self-power. J. W. 
ilcUaniel. Calif J Sec Ed 17:301-2 My '42 

Acceleration In college. R. H. Ecltelbcrry. J 
Higlier Kd 14:175-8+ Ap '43 

Acceleration in higlk scliool and college. S. 
L,. I'ressey. H Sch J 2G:1GS-71 O '43 

Acceleration versus lock step. S. L. Pressey. 
ICd Res B 22:29-35 1'' '43; Excerpts. Ed 
i:)igest 8:38-9 .My '43 

Acceleration versus loclt step; connnents. Ed 
Hcs U 22:103-G Ap '43 

A. and iM. college of Texas streamlines its 
reforms. Sell & Soc 55:717-18 Je 27 "42 

Attitudes toward the acceleration of educa- 
tion for women. K. K. JlcHride. (In Na- 
tional association of principals of scliools 
for pirls. Proceedings, 1942. p73-7) 

Changes in organization to facilitate accelera- 
tion. Ed Vic 1:22 D 1 '42 

Classes around the calendar: mo.st colleges 
join speed-up. Newsweek 19:63 I' 9 '42 

College and the war. A. F. Southwick. Am 
Assn Col Keg J 17:565-74 Jl '42: Sum- 
mary. Sch At Soc 65:550-1 My 16 '42 

College graduates at 18. J. K. Tunis, il Chris- 
tian Science Monitor Weekly Magazine 
Section p 10 Ja 15 '44; Same cond. Read- 
er's Digest 44:28-30 F '44 

Colleges tr-'iin 172. UOO youths; speed-up 
courses and change to three-term system. 
^^. Van De Water. Science 95:sup 10-11 Je 
5 '42; Same, il Science News Letter 41:355 
Je 6 '42 

Current changes in Negro higlier education to 
meet tlie immediate war emergency. J. W. 
Davis. J Negro Ed 11:292-6 Jl "42 

Degrees at any lime: brain conservation. A. 
Silverman. Science 95:354-6 Ap 3 '42 

Developments in higher education — wise and 
otherwise. W. C. Eells. Am Assn Col Reg 
J 17:455-92 Jl '42; Excerpts. Am Assn 
Univ Prof B 28:327-51 Je '42; Ed Rec 23: 
574-S5 Jl '42 

Effects of the accelerated program. J. M. 
Daniels. Am Assn Col Reg J 17:595-600 Jl 
'42 

Experiment in accelerated course work in 
American literature: summer. 1942. Sister 
Mary Scholastica. Col Engl 4:193-4 D '42 

Experiment in selective acceleration. K. M. 
Peterson. Ed Res Bui 22:211-16 N '43 

Forgotten credits: a suggestion on wartime 
acceleration. C. D. Babcock. Clearing House 
17:173-4 N '42 

Four college years in three: education mobil- 
izes for war. il Newsweek 18:47-8 D 29 '41 

Function of liigher education in the present 
war crisis. H. D. Gideonse. bibliog f J 
Negro Ed 11:247-56 Jl '42 

Further plans for a war-time speeding-up of 
higher education. Sch & Soc 54:611 D 27 
•41 

Good speed! cried the watch, as the gate- 
bolts undrew. Sch <Sr .Soc 55:381-2 Ap 4 '42 

Harvard accelerates its program of teacher 
education. French R 16:78 O '42 

Higher education and the war. R. E. Him- 
stead. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:315-17 Je 
'42 

Higher education and the war. R. E. Spiller. 
J Higher Ed 13:287-97 Je "42 

Higher educational institutions and the war. 
Ed Vic 1:14 My 1 '42 

More Institutions adopt time-saving sched- 
ules. Sch & Soc 55:151 F 7 "42 

New progr.am for youncer students at Olivet 
college. Sch & Soc 58:255 O 2 "43 

New York higher institutions will speed work 
but maintain quality. .Sch & Soc 55:235-6 F 
28 '42 

On wartime acceleration of college programs. 
J. I. Hartstein. J Higher Ed 14:211-12 Ap 
*43 

Plan for accelerated college men. F. J. 
Houlahan. Cath Ed R 40:257-63 My '42 

President Cowley on the two-vear A.B. de- 
gree. Sch * Soc 55:440 Ap IS "42 

Probable financial effects of accelerated col- 
lege programs. R. D. Fisher. Sch & Soc 
56:445-8 N 7 '42 



Report, December 17, 1941. Society for the 
promotion of engineering education. Com- 
mittee on acceleration of regular engineer- 
ing program.s. J Eng V.d 32:407-8 Ja '42 

Reports on accelerated programs in the col- 
leges. Assn Am Col U 28:159-79 My '42 

Some perspectives on acceleration. S. L>. 
Pressey. Am Assn Col Ueg J 18:353-8 Jl 
'43; S.ame cond. Ed Dige.^t 9:48-50 O '43 

Streamlined bachelor'.s degree, F. E. Bolton, 
Sch & Soc 68:193-8 S 18 M3 

.Stud.v on acceleration at Ohio state univer- 
sity. Ed Vic 2:16 Ap 20 '44 

Summary of institutional plans for the re- 
adjustment of liighor education to meet cur- 
rent national needs. J. D. Russell. (In In- 
stitute for administrative ofllcers of higher 
Institutions. Proceedings, 1942. p 182-98) 

Teacher and thirty-eight students look at 
acceleration. T. E. McMullin. Ed Outl 17: 
106-13 Mr '43 

Texas A. Ai M. college blazes the trail. 
G. B. Winstead. il Tex Outl 26:25-8 Ap '42 

Time element in education. T. W. Butcher. 
Sch & Soc 56:678-80 D 12 '42 
See also 

Degrees, Academic — 
Time requirements 

Elementary schools 

Acceleration through individualization. M. T, 
F. -McDade. bibliog Cath Ed R 41:449-60 
O '43 

Program for conserving our superior ele- 
mentary-school students. W. H. Johnson. 
Ed .A.dm & Sup 29:77-86 F '43 

Should your child skip a grade? C. Scot, 
Par M 16:36+ D '41 

Engineering schools and colleges 

Acceleration of engineering programs; sum- 
mary of replies to the questionnaire on 
plans of tlie engineering colleges for the 
coming year. D. B. Prentice. J Eng Ed 32: 
70S-10 My '42; Same. Ed Vic 1:19 Ag 1 '42 

Analysis of educational speed-up plans. L. E. 
Grinter. J Eng Ed 32:518-22 Mr '42 

Carnegie tech in the war. R. E. Doherty. 
Carnegie Magazine 16:19-23 Ap '42 

Evidence concerning efficiency of accelerat- 
ing engineering education. .S. W. Beardsley 
and others. J Eng Ed 33:157-62 O '42 

First evaluations of an accelerated program 
in a college of engineering. S. L. Pressey 
and S. B. Folk. J Eng Ed 34:477-85 Mr '44 

How much acceleration? A. H. White. J Eng 
Ed 32:3-4 F '42 

Plan for special acceleration of the study 
for senior engineering students of superior 
ability. P. F. Nemenvi and R. L. Lewis. 
J Eng Ed 32:855-65 Je '42 

Report. Society for the promotion of en- 
gineering education. Committee on accele- 
ration of regular engineering programs. J 
Eng Ed 33:155-7 O '42 

High schools 

Accelerated programs and graduation re- 
quirements; an important statement of 
policy. F. B. Haas. Pa Sch J 92:77-8-1- N 
•43 

Accelerating students in secondary schools. 
P. E. Flicker. (In American association of 
scliool administrators. OfHcial report. 1942. 
p52-7) 

Acceleration and improved reading. R. M. 
Strang. Sec Ed 11:15-16 F '43 

Acceleration: dealing with currlcular and 
calendar problems. W. A. Van Til. Clearing 
House 18:3-6 S '43 

Acceleration in high school and college. S. 
L. Pressey. H Sch J 26:168-71 O '43 

Acceleration in the high school. R. A. Green. 
(In American as.sociation of school ad- 
ministrators. Official report, 1943. p 123-4); 
Same. Am Sch Bd J 106:41 Ap '43; Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin B 27:29 .\p '43 

Acceleration of the graduation of secondary- 
."school students. E. W. Montgomery. Nat 
.\ssn .Sec .Sch Prin B 27:43-4 Mr '43 

Admission of high-school pupils to college, 
Sch & Soc 57:207-8 F 20 '43 

.\dmission of high-school seniors at the 
University of Minnesot.t. Sch & Soc 57:379 
Ap 3 '43 



EDUCATIOX INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ACCELERATION— High schools — Continued 

Admission of higli-school seniors to college. 
H. R. Douglass. Clearing House 17:515-19 
My '43 

Admission of high-school seniors to college; 
action by associations summarized. Ed Vic 
1:10-13 Je 15 '-13 

Admission to the freshman year of students 
who are not high-school graduates. A. J. 
Brumbaugh, bibliog f (In Institute for 
administrative otKcers of higher institu- 
tions. Proceedings, 1943. p 117-31) 

Berkeley conference group makes recom- 
mendations on acceleration. A. A. Doug- 
lass. Calif J Sec Ed 18:57-60 Ja '43 

California committee for the study of educa- 
tion regarding acceleration for the emer- 
gency. Ed ileth 22:374-9 My '43 

College before graduation? J. S. Allen. Sec 
Ed 11:20-1 F '43 

College versus the secondary school: receiv- 
ing high school juniors in college. R. J. 
Havighurst. Sch R 51:68-70 F '43 

Current developments in education. E. V. 
Stanford. Cath Ed K 41:65-70 F '43 

Debate in academe. W. G. Bowling. Sch & 
Soc 57:273-4 Mr 6 '43 

Educational policies commission takes action 
concerning admission of 17-year-old boys 
and girls to college. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
B 27:112-15 Ja '43; Same. Tex OutI 27:28 
F '43 

Findings from selected studies on early ad- 
mission to college. C. W. Boardman. bib- 
liog Sch R 51:460-70 O '43; Excerpts. Ed 
Digest 9:48-50 N '43 

High-school acceleration and graduation in 
wartime. T. G. PuUen. jr. and E. T. Haw- 
kins. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 27:17-28 
Ap '43 

High-school program and the national man- 
power situation. H. R. Douglass. Sch R 51: 
21-5 Ja '43: Same cond. Ed Digest 8:49-51 
F '43 

High-school seniors and the draft. North 
central association of colleges and second- 
ary schools. Sch R 51:138-40 Mr '43 

How fare 17-year youth in entering college 
now? D. S. Morgan. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin B 27:122-5 Ja '43 

If colleges start cradle snatching. E. R. 
Van Kleeck. Nation's Sch 31:32 Ja '43 

Juniors enroll in college? W. G. Gingery. Sec 
Ed 11:17-19 F '43 

Note on admitting superior high-school 
seniors to college. G. Wakeham. Sch & Soc 
59:188-9 Mr 11 '44 

Plans for accelerated admission to higlier 
institutions of the Northwest association. 
J. A. Woodard and K. L. Stetson. (In 
Northwest association of secondary and 
higher schools. Proceedings. 1943. p55-67) 

Plea for acceleration of high school students. 
T. L. Nelson. Calif J Sec Ed 18:135-6 Mr 
'43: Excerpts. Nation's Sch 31:32 Je '43 

Post-war jobs; what are the high schools 
doing to prepare youth for them? L. Lind- 
quist. Mod Lang J 28:111-12 F '44 

Present practices and problems in the ac- 
ceptance, recording and transfer of cred- 
its. S. H. Adams. Q R Higher Ed Among 
Negroes 11:25-30 Ap '43 

Recommendations on the acceleration of high 
school pupils by early admission to college. 
M. E. Hill. Calif Sch 14:32-5 F '43 

Regulations dealing with acceleration in 
high schools. Missouri. Department of edu- 
cation. Sch & Com 29:152-3 Ap '43 

Secondary school or college for our youth; 
principals disapprove admission of 17-year- 
old boys and girls to college. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin B 27:109-11 Ja '43 

Shall we accelerate in secondary school now 
or through it? W. French. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin B 26:33-4 F '42 

Should high school students skip their senior 
year on their way to college? H. Spears. 
North Cen Assn Q 18:185-91 O '43; Same 
cond. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 27:116-21 
Ja '43; Excerpts. Ill Ed 31:132-3 Ja '43 

Should secondar.v schools accelerate their 
programs? W. C. Hill. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin E 27:37-42 Mr '43 

Speeding up and the twelfth-year program. 
F. P. Graham. H Sch J 25:40-50 F '42 

Superior student and college admission. H. 
R. Douglass. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 27: 
36 >Ty '43 



Two years of high school, then college. S. 

Uarr. Sec Ed 11:14-16 Ap '43 
War-time acceleration of secondary-school 

pupils. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin li 26:29-32 

F '42; Same. Cath Ed R 40:176-!jl Mr '42; 

Ed Vic 1:6-8 Mr 3 '42 
What is best tor seventeen-year-olds? W. C. 

Reavis. Sch R 51:133-8 Ap '43 

Junior colleges 
Acceleration on the junior college level. J. 
W. Harbeson. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 106: 
44-6 Ap '43; Same. Nat Assu Sec Sch 
Prin B 27:42-50 Ap '43; Excerpts. (In Amer- 
ican association of school administrators. 
Official report, 1943. p 124-6) 

Normal schools and teachers colleges 

Accelerating students in teacher-education 
institutions. K. W. Bigelow. (In American 
association of scliool administrators. Offlcial 
report, 1942. p61-6;; Same cond. Ed Digest 
7:57-8 Ap '42 
ACCENTS and accentuation 

Accent is important. H. O. Makey. Engl J 
32:218-19 Ap '43 
ACCIDENT insurance. See Insurance, Accident 
ACCIDENT prevention 

Accidents Innder national defense. Nat Ed 
Assn J 30:209 O '41 

Accidents: public enemy no. 1. K. Blood 
Clearing House 17:223-4 D '42 

Can the g>m be made safer? A. H. Desgrey. 
bibliog J Health & Phys Ed 13:301-34- My 
'42; Same cond. Ed Digest 8:37-9 S '42 

Education for safe living. H. J. Stack and 
E. B. Siebrecht. $3.50 '42 Prentice-HaU 

Eliminating the risk of accident in the 
laboratory preparation of oxygen. H. Levin. 
H Points 23:74-5 My '41 

How sale is your playground? G. D. Peavey. 
Grade Teach 59:76 O 41 

National emergency safety campaign. J 
Health & Phys Ed 12:4034- O '41 

Preventing accidents through engineering. H. 
J. Stack. (In National association of public 
scliool business officials. Proceedings, 1941. 
P 100-6) 

Safety in physical education and recreation 
for elementary and secondary schools. Na- 
tional safety council. Education division, 
pa 50c '41 The council, 20 N Wacker drive, 
Chicago 

State official guidebook for traffic safety edu- 
cation. American association of motor 
vehicle administrators, pa '42 Nat. con- 
servation bur. 

Vocational guidance in prevention of occupa- 
tional accidents. A. M. Manoil. bibliog t 
Occupations 21:381-3 Ja '43 
,b'ee also 

Farm shops — Safety School buildings — 
devices and nieas- Safety devices and 

ures measures 

Fire protection Shops, School— Safe- 

Moving pictures in ty devices and 

safety education measures 

Safety education 
ACCIDENTS 

Accident facts. Ed Vic 2:27 O 15 '43 

Deaths from accidents and other causes 
among children and youth. Sch & Soc 55: 
494 My 2 '42 

Insurance against athletic injuries. W. F. 
Showers. Sch Activities 14:1274- D '42 

Insurance for high school athletes. W. F. 
Showers. Tex Outl 26:26 S '42 

Laboratory accidents. E. C Weaver. J Chem 
Ed 21:199 Ap '44 

Liability for school accidents. H. N. Rosen- 
field, bibliog f Nations Sch 33:47-8 Ap '44 

Liability of California school districts. W. B. 
McKesson. (In National association of pub- 
lic school business officials. Proceedings, 
1941. p 171-8); Excerpts. Am Sch Bd J 103:70 
N '41 

Protection and insurance for athletic in- 
juries. P. R. Wegner. (In National associa- 
tion of public school business officials. Pro- 
ceetliiigs, 1941. p 167-70): Excerpts. Am Sch 
Bd J 103:08-9 N '41 

Pupil injuries. K. Lunney. Nation's Sch 32:44 
Ag '43 

Road .accidents to children. Times Ed Sup 
1404:152 Mr 28 '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ACC I DENTS — Continued 

Road accidents to children: a lamentable 
Increase. Times Ed Sup 1371:378 Ag 9 '41 

Safety In physical fitness programs— wres- 
tling. N. Doscher. 11 J Health & Phys Ed 
13:412-15-(- S "42 

School accidents. L. E. Morehouse. 11 J Health 
& Phy.s Ed 13:6no D '42 

Secondary school pupils need safety educa- 
tion, too. G. T. Stafford, il Nation's Sch 
28:20-2 S '41 

Should one stop or turn in order to avoid an 
automobile collision? S. Chapman, diags 
Am J Physics 10:22-7 F '42 

Street cro-sslng: herd instinct and board 
liabllitv. D. R. Hodgdon. Clearing House 
18:114 O '43 

Studv of football fatalities. Nations Sch 33: 
42 Ap '44 

This Is no time for accidents. H. J. Stack. 
11 Nation's Sch 30:23-5 O '42 
See also 

First aid in Illness 
and injury 
ACCIDENTS, Industrial 

Industrial injuries to minors Increasing. M. 
Noll. Am Teach 28:20 D '43 

Indu.strial safety at a school of vocational 
and adult education. R. R. Van Duzee and 
J. G. Ausman. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:183-5 
My '44 

Safety in industry. M. A. Snell. bibliog J Eng 
Ed 33:794-817 Je '43 

Safety in industry. J. M. Spring, bibliog So- 
cial" Studies 35:208-11 My '44 

Vocational guidance in prevention of occupa- 
tional accidents. A. M. Manoil. bibliog i 
Occupations 21:381-3 Ja '43 

Work accidents to children employed illegal- 
ly. Am Teach 28:18-19 Ja '44 
ACCIDENTS, Liability for. See Liability, 

Legal 
ACCOMPANIMENT, Musical. See Musical ac- 
companiment 
ACCOMPLISHMENT ratio. See Achievement 

quotient 
ACCOMPLISHMENT tests. See Achievement 

tests 
ACCOUNTANTS. Public 

Certification 
Four year college requirement for the 

certified public accountant. J. Lockwood. 

bibliog f Journal of Accountancy 71:518-24 

Je '41 
ACCOUNTING 
Accounting — a vocation. J. R. Wilson. Sch 

(Sec ed) 30:222-4 N '41 
Accounting field and the youth problem as 

the employer sees it. C. H. Yardley. (In 

Eastern commercial teachers' association. 

Thirteenth yearbook. p59-86) 
Accounting, reporting, and insurance. W. E. 

Arnold, bibliog R Ed Res 11:178-83 Ap '41 
Accounting, reporting, and supply service. 

A. D. Simpson and E. L. Handy, bibliog 

R Ed Res 14:155-61 Ap '44 
Airline accounting operations. F. A. Smith. 

11 Bus Ed World 23:563-5 My '43 
Do you know where the money goes? M. L. 

Settle. Sch Executive 61:14-15 Ja '42 
Government by accountants. E. A. Robinson. 

bibliog f Ed Rec 25:154-9 Ap '44 
Office machine instruction needs in the ac- 
counting field. M. Stuart. Nat Bus Ed Q 

11:19-22-1- O '42; E.xcerpts. Nat Ed Assn 

Proc 1942:232 

.See aJso 
Auditing Farm bookkeeping 

Cost accounting Financial statements 

Courses of study 
Study book for bookkeeper and jr. account- 
ant. F. J. Rothacker. pa $1.50 '41 Cord 
pubs. 147 4th av, N.Y. 

Curriculum 
Vitalizing the accounting curriculum with a 
course In machine operation. G. H. Smith. 
(In Eastern commercial teachers' associa- 
tion. Fourteenth yearbook, p 133-4) 



Examinations, questions, etc. 

Examination questions and answers on Ac- 
counting principles. H. Simons, pa II '40 
Lynianliouse 

Teaching 
Counting house, il. S. Briggs and R. R. 

Rosenberg, eds. See monthly numbers of 

Business education world October 1941- 

December 1942 
Early movements for accountancy education. 

N. E. Webster. Journal of Accountancy 

71:441-50 My '41 
Revising the teaching of bookkeeping and 

accounting In a new accounting curriculum. 

M. S. Goller. (In Eastern commercial 

teachers' association. Fourteenth yearbook. 

p 109-12) 
Ways to teach bookkeeping and accounting. 

H. A. Andruss. 2d ed bibliog J2.35 "ft 

.South-western pub. 

Colleges and universities 
First semester elementary accounting in col- 
lege. P. A. Carlson. Comm Ed Bui 29:8-11 

D '43 
First-year accounting must assume more 

responsiblllt.v. V. M. Amerson. il J Bus Ed 

17:13-14-1- Mr '42 
Four year college requirement for the 

certified public accountant. J. Lockwood. 

bibliog f Journal of Accountancy 71:518-24 

Je '41 

Textbooks 

Concerning the perpetuation of accounting 
fallacies in the classroom. H. B. Eversole. 
Journal of Accountancy 73:143-5 F '42 

Fundamentals of accounting. R. A. Lamber- 
ton. $3.50 '42 Longmans 

Practical accounting. E. L. Theiss and J. I* 
Hunter. $2.25 '42 McGraw-Hill 
ACCOUNTING. School. See Athletics— Finance; 
Colleges and universities — Finance; Extra- 
curricular activities — Finance: Private 
schools — Finance: Reports and records; 
School finance 
ACCOUNTING and commercial law teachers' 
association. New York city 

Introducing an in-service course for com- 
mercial teachers. J. G. Edelman. Bus Ed 
World 23:203-4 D '12 
ACCREDITED colleges and universities 

Accredited high schools and colleges [1939- 
40, 1940-41. 1942-43] Mississippi. Depart- 
ment of education. (Bui. nos 98. 101, 106) 
3nos '39-'42 The dept, Jackson 

Accredited higher institutions outside N.C.A. 
territory. North Cen Assn Q 16:55-66 Jl '41 

Accredited higher institutions outside N.C.A. 
territory. North Cen Assn Q 17:62-73 Jl '42 

Accredited higher institutions outside N.C.A. 
territory. North Cen Assn Q 18:49-59 Jl 
'43 

Approved colleges of arts and sciences, 1941- 
1942. American medical association. Coun- 
cil on medical education and hospitals, pa 
'42 The assn. 535 N Dearborn st. Chicago 

Approved Negro colleges. Southern Eissocia- 
tion of colleges and secondary schools. Com- 
mittee on approval of Negro schools. So 
Assn Q 8:59-61 F '44 

Institutions of higher education accredited 
by state departments of education and state 
universities, 1940-41. United States. Office 
of education. (Cir. no 185) 51o pa '41 U.S. 
Office of ed. 

List of accredited colleges, January 1, 1941. 
(In Middle states association of colleges 
and secondary schools. Proceedings, 1940. 
p 126-8) 

List of accredited colleges. January 1. 1942. 
(In Middle states association of colleges 
and secondary schools. Proceedings, 1941. 
p91-3) 

List of accredited colleges, January 1. 1943. 
(In Middle states association of colleges 
and secondary schools. Proceedings, 1942. 
P77-9) 

List of accredited colleges, Januar.v 1, 1944. 
(In Middle states association of colleges 
and secondary schools. Proceedings. 1943. 
p21-3) 

List of accredited institutions of higher 
education. 1941. North central association 
of colleges and secondary schools. Commis- 
sion on colleges and universities. North 
Cen Assn Q 16:44-54 Jl '41 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ACCREDITED colleges and universities — Cont. 

List of accredited institutions of higher edu- 
cation — 1942. North central association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Commission 
on colleges and universities. North Cen 
Assn Q 17:51-61 Jl '42 

List of accredited institutions of higher edu- 
cation. 1943. North central association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Commis- 
sion on colleges and universities. North 
Cen Assn Q 18:38-48 Jl '43 

List of approved institutions whose qualified 
graduates are admitted to graduate schools 
of the Association of Americaji universities. 
(In Association of American universities. 
Journal of proceedings and addresses of the 
forty-second annual conference, 1940. p28- 
35) 

List of approved institutions whose qualified 
graduates are admitted to graduate schools 
of the Association of American universi- 
ties. (In Association of American univer- 
sities. Journal of proceedings and addresses 
of the fortv-third annual conference. 1941. 
p28-35) 

Schools accredited on April 3. 1940; colleges 
and universities. (In Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings. 1940. p24) 

Schools accredited on April 9. 1941; colleges 
and universities. (In Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings of the twenty-fourth annual meeting. 
1941. p24) 

Schools accredited on November 29. 1941: 
colleges and universities. (In Northwest 
association of secondary and higher schools. 
Proceedings of the twenty-fifth annual 
meeting. 1941. p24) 

Schools accredited on December 11. 1942; 
colleges and universities. (In North'west 
association of secondary and higher schools. 
Proceedings. 1942. p37) 

Schools accredited on December 10, 1943; 
colleges and universities. (In Northwest 
association of secondary and higher schools. 
Proceedings, 1943. p2S) 
ACCREDITED high schools 

Accredited high schools and colleges [1939- 
40, 1940-41. 1942-43] Mississippi. Depart- 
ment of education. (Bui. nos 98, 101, 106) 
3nos '39-'42 The dept, Jackson 

Accredited public secondary schools, 1942-43 
[mimeographed] Virginia. State board of 
education. 12p pa The bd, Richmond 

Accredited secondary schools in the United 
States; supplement to Bulletin 1939, no2. 
United States. Office of education. (Bui. 
1942 no3) 56p pa 10c '43 Supt. of doc. 

Approved Negro secondary schools. Southern 
association of colleges and secondary 
schools. Committee on approval of Negro 
schools. So Assn Q 8:61-3 F '44 

List of accredited high schools with subject 
units of credit, session 1942-43. Arkansas. 
Department of education. 35p pa The dept. 
Little Rock 

List of accredited secondary schools. January 
1, 1941. (In Middle states association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Proceedings. 
1940. p 130-53) 

List of accredited secondary schools, January 
1, 1942. (In Middle states association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Proceed- 
ings. 1941. P95-118) 

List of accredited secondary schools, Janu- 
uary 1, 1943. (In Jliddle states association 
of colleges and secondary schools. Proceed- 
ings. 1942. P81-104) 

List of accredited secondary schools. January 
1. 1944. (In Middle states association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Proceed- 
ings, 1943. p25-48) 

List of approved secondary schools. 1941. 
North central association of colleges and 
secondar>' schools. Coinmission on sec- 
ondary schools. North Cen Assn Q 16:76-131 
Jl '41 

List of approved secondary schools. 1942. 
North central as.sociation of colleges and 
secondary schools. Commission on sec- 
ondary schools. North Cen Assn Q 17:85- 
142 Jl '42 

List of approved secondary schools. 1943. 
North central association of colleges and 
secondary schools. Commission on secondary 
schools. North Cen Assn Q 18:72-128 jl 
■43 



New schools accredited November 1940. (In 

' Middle states association of colleges and 
secondary schools. Proceedings. 1940. p22) 

New schools accredited November 1941. (In 
Middle states association of colleges and 
secondary schools. Proceedings, 1941. p32-4) 

New schools accredited November 1942. (In 
Middle states association of colleges and 
secondary schools. Proceedings. 1942. p20-l) 

New schools accredited November 1943. (In 
Middle states association of colleges and 
secondary schools. Proceedings. 1943. p 17- 
18) 

Schools accredited on April 3. 1940; sec- 
ondary schools. (In Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings. 1940. p25-32) 

Schools accredited on April 9, 1941; secondary 
schools. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondary and higher schools. Proceedings of 
the twenty-fourth annual meeting. 1941. 
p25-32) 

Schools accredited on November 29. 1941; 
secondary schools. (In Northwest associa- 
tion of secondary and higher schools. Pro- 
ceedings of the twenty-fifth annual meet- 
ing. 1041. p25-32) 

Schools accredited on December 11, 1942; 
secondary schools. (In Northwest associa- 
tion of secondary and higher schools. Pro- 
ceedings, 1942. p38-45) 

Schools accredited on December 10. 1943; 
secondary schools. (In Northwest associa- 
tion of secondary and higher schools. Pro- 
ceedings, 1943. p29-36) 
ACCREDITED Junior colleges 

Institutions of higher education accredited by 
state departments of education and state 
universities, 1940-41. United States. Office 
of education. (Cir. no 185) 51p pa '41 U.S. 
Office of ed. 

List of accredited Junior colleges, January 1. 

1941. (In Middle states association of col- 
leges and secondary schools. Proceedings, 

1940. p 128) 

List of accredited Junior colleges, January 1, 

1942. (In Middle states association of col- 
leges and secondary schools. Proceedings, 

1941. P93-4) 

List of accredited Junior colleges. January 1, 

1943. (In Middle states association of col- 
leges and secondary schools. Proceedings, 

1942. p79) 

List of accredited Junior colleges, January 1, 

1944. (In Middle states association of col- 
leges and secondary schools. Proceedings, 

1943. p23-4) 

Schools accredited on April 3. 1940; Junior 
colleges. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondary and higher schools. Proceedings, 

1940. p25) 

Schools accredited on April 9, 1941; Junior 
colleges. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondary and higher schools. Proceedings of 
the twenty-fourth annual meeting. 1941. 
p25) 

Schools accredited on November 29. 1941; 
junior colleges. (In Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings of the twenty-fifth annual meeting. 

1941. p25) 

Schools accredited on December 11. 1942; 
Junior colleges. (In Northwest as.sociation 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings. 1942. p38) 

Schools accredited on December 10, 1943: 
Junior colleges. (In Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings, 1943. p29) 
ACCREDITED library schools. See Library 

schools and training 
ACCREDITED secondary schools. See Ac- 
credited high schools 
ACCREDITED teachers colleges 

Institutions of higher education accredited 
by state departments of education and 
state universities. 1940-41. United States. 
Office of education. (Cir. no 185) 51p pa 
•41 U.S. Office of ed. 

List of accredited institutions — 1041-42. (In 
American association of teachers colleges. 
Twentieth yearbook, 1941. p 157-62); Same. 
Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:341-5 

List of accredited institutions — 1942-43. (In 
American association of teachers colleges. 
Twenty-first yearbook. 1942. p 103-8) 



10 



EDUCATION IXDEX Julv 1041 — Tune 1944 



ACCREDITED teachers colleges-CoiKinHed 

List of uii-ie<iitP(l instUuUons — 1943-44. (In 
American association of leacliers colleges. 
Twenty-.second yearbook, 1943. p 143-8) 

List of accredited teachers colleKCs. January 
1, 1941. (In Middle states association of col- 
lenes and secondary schools. Proceedinps. 
1940. p 129) 

1,1st of accredited teachers colleses. January 
1, 1942. (In Middle states association of 
colleges and secondary schools. Proceed- 
ings, 1941. p94) 

List of accredited teachers colleges, Janu- 
ary 1, 1943. (In Middle states association 
of colleges and secondary schools. Proceed- 
ings, 1942. p80) 

List of accredited teachers colleges. January 
1. 1944. (In Middle states association of 
colleges and secondarj' schools. Proceed- 
ings, 1943. p24) 

Schools accredited on April 3. 1940; normal 
.schools. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondary and higher schools. Proceedings. 

1940. "p25) 

Schools accredited on Aoril 9. 1941; normal 
scliools. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondary and higher schools. Proceedings of 
the twenty-fourth annual meeting, 1941. 
p25) 

Schools accredited on November 29, 1941; 
normal schools, fin Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings of the twc-ntv-llfth annual meeting. 

1941. p25) 

Schools accredited on December 11, 1942; 
normal schools. (In Northwest a.?sociation 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings, 1D42. p38) 

Schools accredited on December 10, 1943; 
normal schools. (In Northwest association 
of secondary and higher schools. Proceed- 
ings. 1943. p29) 
ACCREDITING 

Accrediting association as a service agency. 
L. W. Webb. (In Northwest associ.ition of 
secondary and hiKher schools. Proceedings 
of the twentv-fourth annual meeting. 1941. 
P66-71) 

Approved by the Carnegie foundation. H. J. 
Savage. (In Carnegie foundation for the 
advancement of teaching. Thirty-eighth 
annual report, 1942-43. p 13-20) 

Cooperation in accreditation. A. J. Brum- 
baugh. North Cen Assn Q 18:207-11 Ja '44 

Education and accrediting today. R. J. De- 
ferrari. Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc 1941:272-87 

Function of the accrediting association. P. A. 
Rehmus. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondary and higher schools. Proceedings, 
1940. P37-45) 

Master schedule for accrediting. M. E. Glad- 
felter. Am Assn Col Reg J 17:99-101 O '41 

Need for cooperation between professional 
agencies and regional and national accredit- 
ing agencies. R. L. West. (In National asso- 
ciation of business teacher-training institu- 
tions. Proceedings of the fifteenth annuaJ 
conference, 1941. p 19-25) 

Problems facing accrediting associations. W. 
A. Anderson. (In Northwest association of 
secondary and higher schools. Proceedings. 
1913. p47-8) 

Statement of year's activities of the Joint 
committee on accrediting. J. J. Tigert. Sch 
& Soc 57:25-6 Ja 2 '43 
See also 

Colleges and univer- Junior colleges — 

sltie.s — .Standards .Standards 

Engineering schools Music schools and 
and colleges — conservatories — 

Standards Standards 

High schools — Stand- Standards 
.irds 

ACCULTURATION 

Americans all. National education association. 
Department of supervisors and directors of 
Instruction, bibliog ?2 '42 N.E.A. 

Books for a friendly world. K. Frogner. bib- 
liog 11 El F.ngl R 20:224-9 O '43 

Colleges exist to promote unity. M. W. 
Lampe. J Ed Soc 16:367-70 F '43 



Cunnnunlty lension.f and intercultural educa- 
tion; a symposium. Relig Ed 39:67-97 Mr 
'44 
Conllicting national cultures In American 
schools. T. J. Qulgiey. bibllog Am Sch 
Bd J 108:20-2 Mr '44 
Cures for intercultural myopia. R. II. Mc- 

Feely. .Social Studies 34:247-51 O '43 
Educating for American unity; symposium, 

N Y State Ed 31:407-32 Mr '44 
Experiment in intercultural education for 
New York city schools. F. A. Turner. Am 
Teacli 28:22-3-1- Ap '44 
For international, interracial, and intercul- 
tural friendship. H. D. Roberts. El Engl R 
21:89-91 Mr '44 
I''oreign languages and democracy. A. L. 
De Gaelano. .Mod Lang J 27:167-9 Mr '43 
How can radio promote international cul- 
tural understanding? R. S. Lambert. Assn 
Ed Radio J 2:3 My '43 
How to plan for intercultural teaching. E. 

R. Cllnchy. Int J Relig Ed 20:25-6 F '44 
In the.ie United States; experiences In inter- 
cultural education. E. M. Duncan, bibliog 
il Am Childh 29:4-6 S; 4-6 N; 4-8 D '43: 
4-6 Ja: 4-6 F; 4-8 Mr; 4-8 Ap '44 
Intercultural education. S. G. Cole, bibliog f 

Relig Ed 36:131-45 JI "41 
Intercultural education in American schools. 
W. E. Vickery and S. G. Cole, bibliog $2 
'43 Harper 
Intercultural education: problems and solu- 
tion.s. W. II. Bristow. H Points 25:14-26 O 
'43 
Intercultural educational activity. -M. Mc- 
Donald. Harvard Ed R 13:320-2 O '43 
Let them know the people of the world. I. S. 

Black. Progres Ed 21:116-18+ Mr '44 
Mexican folk dancing class in a junior high. 

D. Tucker. Calif J Sec Ed 18:357-8 O '43 
National unity through intercultural educa- 
tion. United States. OfHce of education. 
(Ed. and nat. defense ser. pamphlet no 10) 
34p bibliog il pa 15c '42 .Snpt. of doc; Ex- 
cerpts. Ed Digest 8:24-6 Mr '43 
Open gate. .\r. C. Chittick. Baltimore Bui Ed 

21:19-21 S '43 
Out of the many — one. Bureau for intercul- 
tural education, rev ed pa '43 The bur, 
221 W 57th St, N.Y. 
Protestant churches and intercultural rela- 
tions. P. H. Viath. J Ed Soc 16:390-4 P 
'43 
Kole of the high .schools in improving inter- 
cultural relations. H. Alpern. J Ed Soc 16: 
363-7 F '43 
Santa Barbara intercultural education pro- 
gram. L. -V. Lamoreaux. Ed Meth 21:330-2 
.\p '42: Same cond. Nat Ed Assn Proo 
1942:316-18 
Schools can plan programs of intercultural 
education. S. G. Cole, il Sch Manag 13:35-1- 
O '43 
Time for the offensive is here! J. J. DeBoer. 

El Engl R 21:114-15 Mr '44 
Toward amity via the teachers college. L. 
Power, bibliog Teach Col Rec 45:341-6 F 
•44 

Toward closer .amity via the Junior college. 

L. Power. Jun Col J 14:256-9 F '44 
Understanding world cultures. A. L. Locke. 

Ed Leadership 1:381-2 Mr '44 
What is intercultural education? .S. G. Cole. 

il Am Teach 28:4-S Ap '44 

When peoples meet. Progressive education 
association. Committee on w^orkshops. $3.50; 
to members $2.50 '42 The assn. 
ACCURACY 

Accuracy in mathematics. R. N. McKenzie. 
Sch (Sec ed) 31:611-14 Mr '43 

Accuracy — the keystone of business educa- 
tion. K. Kenyon. Sch (Sec ed) 31:594-7 Mr 
'43 

Ob.1ective measurement of accuracy in draw- 
ings. T. I. Cain, bibliog f American Jour- 
nal of Psychology 56:32-53 Ja '43 

.Speed and accuracy in learning a ballistic 
movement. K. E. Fulton, bibliog diap Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13: 
30-6 Mr '42 



EDUCATIOX INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



11 



ACC U RACY — Continued 

Study ot accuracy of direction in motor skills 
at different distances as determined by [he 
relative size of the angle of error. D. C. 
jMoffett. biblioE Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
& Rec Res Q 13:466-80 D '42 
ACETIC acid 

Apparent degree of ionization ot hydrochloric, 
sulfuric, and acetic acids: an electrolytic 
conductivitv experiment for general chem- 
istry. L. E. West and A. Gahler. diag J 
Chem Ed 19:366-8 Ag '42 

Jlolecular state of acetic acid vapor; an 
experiment in gaseous equilibrium. R. H. 
Wright, il diag J Chem Ed 20:179-82 Ap 
•43 
ACETYLENE welding. See Oxyacetylene weld- 
ing 
ACHESON, Edna Lucile 

Religious needs of tomorrow'.-^ children. 
Relig Ed 39:111-14 Mr ■44 

What should we do? Int J Relig Ed 19:16 
Je '43 
ACHESON, Joseph H. 

Summer camps for student harvest workers. 
Calif J Sec Ed 18:213-16 Ap '43 
ACHIEVEMENT, Prediction of. See Prognosis 

of success 
ACHIEVEiVIENT quotient 

Does the gifted child have a low AQ? H. G. 
Johnson, bibliog f J Ed Res 36:91-9 O '42 

Empirical evaluation of the accomplishment 
quotient: a four year study at the junior 
high school level. L. H. Haggerty. bibliog 1 
J Exper Ed 10:78-90 S '41 

IQ correlated with EQ. H. Feinberg. bib- 
liog J Ed Psychol 32:617-23 X '41 

Is AQ or F score the last word in determin- 
ing individual effort? F. Tsao. bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 34:513-25 D '43 

Prediction of college scholarship for groups 
having effort indices of restricted range. 
B. R. Sappenfleld. J Ap Psychol 27:448-51 
O '43 
ACHIEVEMENT tests 

Construction of written achievement tests. 
W. J. Micheels and R. Karnes. Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 32:269-74. 307-12 S-O '43 

Girls, grades and I.Q.'s. D. Lobaugh. Na- 
tion's Sch 30:42 N '42 

Group tests helped me. C. A. Eardwell. Sch 
(El ed) 32:114-15 O '43 

Influence of machine-scoring on spelling test 
results. J. Jackson. J Psychol 15:277-83 Ap 
■43 

Mental measurements of the blind. S. P. 
Hayes. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:460 

1941 achieverapnt testing program in in- 
dependent schools and supplementary 
studies. Educational records bureau. $1 '41 
The bur. 

1942 achievement testing program in inde- 
pendent schools and supplementary studies. 
Educational records bureau. $1.50 '42 The 
bur. 

1943 achievement testing program in inde- 
pendent schools and supplementary studies. 
Educational records bureau. $1.50 '43 The 
bur. 

Progress report on study of achievement 
tests. J. O. Draflin. J Eng Ed 33:228-34 N 
•42 

Progressive achievement tests. E. W. Tiegs 
and W. W. Clark. See author entry 

Relationship of elementary-school achieve- 
ment tests to achievement tests taken in 
the secondary school. A. E. Traxler and M. 
S. Selover. J Ed Res 36:161-7 N '42 

Selective process in education. A. S. Mowat. 
Sch (E! ed and Sec ed) 31:276-81 D '42 

Tests in the twelve-grade expansion program. 
H. Gray and D. F. Votaw. Tex OutI 25: 
27-8 O '41 

Use of intelligence tests and achievement 
tests. R. W. B. Jackson. Sch (El ed and 
Sec ed) 31:282-5 D '42 

What adolescent and adult stamp collectors 
learn from their avocation. D. E. Super and 
R. L. Carlson. Pedagog Sem 60:99-108 Mr 
•42 

See also 
Stanford achievement 
tests 



Colleges and universities 
Educational hierarchies and scholastic sur- 
vival. G. G. Schneidler and R. F. Berdie. 
J Ed Psychol 33:199-208 Mr '42 
Function of achievement and aptitude testing 
of college students — with cautions. E. S. 
Jones. Am Assn Col Reg J 18:239-45 Ap 
'43 

Junior high schools 
Empirical evaluation of the accomplishment 
quotient: a four year study at the junior 
high school level. L.. H. Haggerty. bibliog f 
J Exper Ed 10:78-90 S '41 

Primary grades 
American school achievement tests; I-A and 
l-U, primary battery I, grade 1, forms A 
and B. R. V. Young and others. 2no3 
pa ea 3c: with teacher's manual, answer 
ke.v and record chart $2.50 per 100; sample 
sut 2,",c '41 Public-sch. 

American school achievement tests; II-A and 
II-B, primary battery II, grades 2 and 3, 
forms A and B. R. V. Young and W. E. 
Pratt. 2nos pa ea 5c; with teacher's man- 
ual, answer key and record chart $4 per 
100; sample set 30c '41 Public-sch. 
ACHIEVEMENTS, Student. See Student 
achievements; also subhead Achievements, 
Student under school subject, e.g. Read- 
ing — Achievements, Student 
ACHILLE, Louis T, 

In defense of the teaching of foreign lan- 
guages. Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 
10:196-200 O '42 
ACHILLES 

How old were Achilles and Neoptolemus? 
D. Breslove. Class J 39:159-61 D '43 
ACHILLES, Paul Strong 

Commemorative address on the twentieth 
anniversary of the Psychological corpora- 
tion and to honor its founder, James 
McKeen Cattell. por J Ap Psychol 25:609- 
18 D '41 

Report on the activities of the Psychological 
corporation, 1911. J Ap Psychol 26:151-8 
Ap '42 
ACIDITY 

See also 

Hydrogen ion con- 
centration 
ACIDS 

Acids and bases: their relationship to 
oxidizing and reducing agents. W. F. 
Luder. bibliog J Chem Ed 19:24-6 Ja '42 

Indicator method ot classifying acids and 
bases in qualitative organic analvsis. D. 
Davidson, bibliog J Chem Ed 19:221-6 My 
•42 

Teaching the electronic theory of acids and 
bases in the general chemistry course. W. 
F. Luder and others, bibliog J Chem Ed 
20:344-7 Jl '43 

Unit on acids for the elementary school. W. 
A. Thurber and O. L,. Derby. Sch Sci & 
Math 42:178-80 F '42 
See also 

Acetic acid Nicotinic acid 

Hydrochloric acid Sulfuric acid 

ACIDS, Organic 

Acids and bases in organic chemistry. D. 
Davidson, bibliog f J Chem Ed 19:154-60 
Ap '42 
ACKER, Leia Adair 

Marionettes as a hobby. Volta R 44:77-9-f F 
'42 

ACKERLY, S. Spafford 

Trends in mental hygiene: an interpretation. 
bibliog R Ed Res 13:416-21 D "43 
ACKERMAN, Adolph John 
College course in construction engineering. 
J Eng Ed 34:406-17 Ja '44 
ACKERMAN, Dorothy 

New folk dances. Sch (El ed) 31:618-21 Mr 
'43 

ACKERMAN, R. H. 

Aquarium. Sch (El ed) 32:809-11 My '44 
ACKERMANN, Helen I. 

Practicing democracy in the English class- 
room. Engl J 32:132-5 Mr '43 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ACKERSON, Luton 
Children's bflmvior problems; a statistical 
study based upon 2,113 boys and 1,181 girU 
examined consecutively at the Illinois In- 
stitute for juvenile research [v] 2, relative 
Importance and interrelations among traits. 
(Hehavior res. fund monographs) 570p $6 
•42 lUiiv. of Chicago press 
Inferiority attitudes and their correlations 
among children examined in a behavior 
clinic, bibllog Pedagog Sem 62:85-96 Mr "43 
ACKISS, Mrs Thelma D. See Hill. M. C. Jt. 

auth. 
ACKLEY, Clarence Emerson 

Implications of rtictjnl tenure decisions. Am 
.Sell lid J in!;:14-lB Ag '42 
ACONCIO, Glacomo 
Giacomo Concio: a renaissance exile. H. G. 
Dick, bibliog f Mod Lang Forum 26:12-18 
Mr '41 
ACONTIUS. Jacobus. See Aconclo. G. 
ACORD, Vivian 
G.I. nitjht at the opera. Mus Educators J 
3U:14-16 Ja '44 
ACOUSTIC method 
Doctors indorse acoustic training. Volta R 

44:76-1- F '42 
Panel discus.sion on acoustics presented at 
the Tennessee school for the deaf. Volta 
R 46:261-3+ My '44 (to be cont) 
Questionnaire on acoustic training. S. L. 
Elliott. Volta R 44:73-5 F '42 
ACOUSTICS, Architectural 

Architectural acoustics. O. A. Benn. Mus 

Educators J 28:32-|- F '42 
Emerson school acoustical treatment, il Cali- 
fornia Arts and Architecture 58:42-t- N '41 
Question of acoustics. J. F. Brown, il Nation's 

Sch 30:27-9 Ag '42 
Screening in radio, recording, and telephony. 
M. G. Cohen. Q J Speech 29:347-51 O '43 
ACROPHOBIA. See Phobias 
ACTING 

See also 
Drama 

Study and teaching 

How children are taught to act. il Good 

Housekeeping 115:44-5 D '42 
Jobs for trained actors. E. J. R. Isaacs. 
Theatre Arts 26:403-6 Je '42 
ACTIVITIES. See Creative activities; Extra- 
curricular activities; Kindergarten — Activ- 
ities; Primary grades — Activities 
ACTIVITIES curriculum. See Activity pro- 
grams; Creative activities 
ACTIVITIES period. See Activity periods 
ACTIVITY (psychology) 
See also 
Interrupted activity 
ACTIVITY periods 

Independent work periods. G. Greenman, 
comp. pa 35c '41 Assn. for childhood ed. 
Using conference periods. K. C. Thatcher. 
Ag Ed M 13:227-1- Je '41 
See also 
Home rooms 

High schools 

Activity period sells itself. J. E. Barber. 
Nation's Sch 28:51 O '41 

Daily activity period in wartime. H. F. Moss- 
man. Sch Activities 15:147-50 Ja '44 

Our new schedule provides for an activity 
period. G. L. Turner. Sch Activities 15:234 
Mr '44 

Normal schools and teachers colleges 
Activity period. L. F. Sunderman. J Higher 
Ed 13:87-9 F '42 

Primary grades 
Free period. F. N. Brumbaugh. Instr 53:28 

Mr '44 
ACTIVITY programs 

Activities In the school curriculum. J. L. 

Meriam. Teach Col Rec 44:610-18 Ap '43 
Activity and intellectual discipline. Sister 

Marv Calllxta. bibliog f Cath Ed R 39: 

547-56 N '41 
Activity education. K. B. G. Greene, bibllog 

R Ed Res 12:280-8 Je '42 



Activity g:uidance through class meetings. 
L. S. Flaum. Sch Activities 14:187-8 Ja '43 

Activity programme. Mrs T. H. Hay. pa (1 
'39 School aids & te.vl bk. pub. co, ltd, 
1935 Albert st, Rcgina, Saskatchewan 

Anxiety, the activity program, and Individ- 
ual initiative. J. G. While, bibllog f Har- 
vard Ed R 14:149-59 .VIr '44 

Arilhmetir- attitudes. C. W. Hunnicutt. Math 
Teach 37:33 Ja '44 

Creative activity program. L. .S. Flaum. .Sch 
Activities H:295-7-f Ap '43 

Democracy and the enterprise. D. J. Dickie. 
Sch (El ed and .Sec ed) 31:464-9 F '43 

Educational word Juggling. G. M. Whipple. 
Hispania 25:462-3 D '42 

Eliminate fear of examinations by activity 
tests. L. S. Flaum. Nation's Sch 31:28-J 
F '43 

How nuich progress through progressive ed- 
ucation? T. C. Barham. Jr. Sch & Soc 66: 
704-7 Je 20 '42 

Learning comes to life. J. J. Loftus. il 
Progres Ed 21:186-9 Ap '44 

Looking educationally toward a progressive 
practical world. J. L. Meriam. Sch & Soc 
57:384-5 Ap 3 '43 

New York's Catholic activity school. D. R. 
Dunigan. Oath Ed R 41:408-13 S '43 

Observations of excursions in activity and, 
control schools. R. L. Thorndike and 
others. J Exper Ed 10:146-9 D '41 

Observations of the behavior of children In 
activity and control schools. R. L. Thorn- 
dike and others. J Exper Ed 10:138-45 D 
'41 

Parents express views on the school pro- 
gram. P. A. Cowen. 11 Nation's Sch 30:36 
Jl '42 

Practice In activity schools and the experi- 
mental theory of knowledge. G. M. Wingo. 
Curric J 12:351-5 D '41 

Recreation and other activities in the €Ul-day 
school program. United States. Offlce of 
education. (School children and the war 
ser. leaflet no7) 39p bibllog pa 10c Supt. of 
doc. 

Suggestions for the guidance of beginning 
core teachers. K. W. Wiles Ed Meth 21: 
354-6 Ap '42 
See also 

Experimental educa- Extra-curricular 
tion activities 

Projects 
Evaluation 

Evaluation of an activity program. J. W. 
Wrightstone. J Ed .Sociol 17:114-22 O '43 

Elementary schools 

Activities — the keys to a modern school. G. 
E. Hibbs. Sch Activities 15:307-9 My '44 

Activity program in New York city schools. 
bihIioK J Ed Sociol 17:65-124 O "43 

Activity program; the program recom- 
mended: conclusions and recommendations. 
New York (state) Education department. 
H Points 24:8-19 Ja '42 

Activity program; the report of a survey 
of the curriculum experiment with the 
activity program in the elementary schools 
of the city of New York. New York (state) 
University. 182p II '41 Univ. of the state 
of N.Y. 

Activity program — where art thou? G. A. 
McEwen. Sch (El ed) 32:766-7 My '44 

Activity programs make new demands on 
elementary schools. P. J. Misner. il plans 
Nations Sch 33:42-4 Mr '44 

Coordinating the program in the public 
school class room. A. S. Harkins. (In 
Pennsylvania. University. School of educa- 
tion. Roads to the future. p207-12) 

Devices in enterprise work for auxiliary 
classes. F. P. Malloy. Sch (El ed) 32:622-4 
Mr '44 

Discipline in activity schools. S. M. Sweet- 
ing. J Ed .Sociol 17:109-13 O '43 

Educative value of orange crates. I. U. 
Kandel. Sch & Soc 55:17-18 Ja 3 '42 

Evaluative studies of the activity program 
in the New York city public schools: a 
preliminary report. S. B. Sells and others. 
J Exper Ed 9:310-22 Je '41 

Further comparison of pupils In activity and 
non-activity schools. A. T. Jersild and 
others, bibllog J Exper Ed 9:303-9 Je '41 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



13 



ACTIVITY programs — Elementarj' schools — 
Continued 

Home work — responses of children in ac- 
tivity and regular schools in New York 
city. C. W. Hunnicutt. Nat EI Prin 22: 
lSS-90 Ap '43 

In-service growth thru organized experiences 
with children. W. S. Dakin. Nat El Prin 
21:319-21 Jl '42 

Is activity program valuable? J. C. Morrison. 
Nation's Sch 30:41-2 Ag "42 

Making pupil activities serve constructive 
ends. W. S. Dakin. El Sch J 42:280-2 D '41 

New York city's activity program experi- 
ment. T. C. Barham, jr. Curric J 13:161-5 
Ap '42 

New York city's investigation of the activity 
program. Sch & Soc 54:409 N 8 '41 

Obstacles to teacher-pupil planning in the 
elementary school. V. E. Herrick. bibliog 
El Sch J 43:33-40 S '42 

Opportunity hobby classes. W. E. Thompson. 
Sch (El ed) 30:157-8 O '41 

Reading of children in activity and regular 
schools in New York city. C. W. Hunni- 
cutt. El Sch J 43:530-8 lly '43; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 9:42-4 O '43 

Six-year study of elementary education. Sch 
(El ed and Sec ed) 30:648-1- Ad '42 

Studies of elementary school classes in ac- 
tion; comparative study of the daily occu- 
pations of pupils in activity and non-activity 
schools. A. T. Jersild and others. J Exper 
Ed 9:295-302 Je '41 

Studies of elementary school classes in 
action; pupil participation and aspects of 
pupil-teacher relationships. A. T. Jersild 
and others, bibliog J Exper Ed 10:119-37 
D '41 

Survey of activity program in New York 
city elementary schools. J. C. Morrison. 
Curric J 13:13-16 Ja '42 

Fifth grades 
Use of English in a fifth-grade activity. G. 
Lewis and A. Bowie. Nat El Prin 20:524- 
9 Jl '41 

First grades 

Experience unit in the first grade. Sister 

Mary Richardine. El Engl R 20:23-6 Ja 
'43 

High schools 

Activity method in high school. H. Haft. 

H Points 24:53-7 Je '42 
Activity or slacktivity? B. C. Boettiger. bib- 
liog f Ed Forum 5:433-40 My '41 
Activity program and the high school. H. S. 

Levi. H Points 26:65-8 Mr '44 
Group project suggestions. C. C. Harvey. Sec 

Ed 11:11-12 F '44 
Implications of the activity program for 

New York high schools. J. J. Loftus. H 

Points 24:5-12 F '42 
Indoctrinating for democracy. J. P. Lozo. 

Clearing House 16:390-4 Mr '42 

Junior high schools 

Comprehensive pupil activity program. M. 
Schleicher and L. N. Drake. Ohio Sch 21: 
14-15 Ja '43 

Man in the front of the room: creative activi- 
ties in a junior high school history class. 
G. L. Fersh. Clearing House 17:131-4 N 
■42 

Primary grades 
Work period in the primary school. C. C. 
Evans. Ed Meth 22:173-4 Ja '43 

Rural schools 
Activities in agriculture. Z. S. Phimister. 
Sch (El ed and Sec ed> 30:669-72 Ap '42 
ACTIVITY schools. See Creative education 
ACTORS and actresses 

Jobs for trained actors. E. J. R. Isaacs. 
Theatre Arts 26:403-6 Je "42 
See also 
Make-up, Theatrical 
ADAIR, E. R. 
Democracy and the universities. J Ed Lon- 
don 74:481-2-f- N '42 
ADAIR, Tom 
It's the little things that count! song. Mus 
Educators J 29:24-5 N '42 



ADAM, Jean Marie Mathlas Philippe Auguste, 
comte de Villiers de I'Isle-, See Viiliera 
de I'Isle-Adam, J. M. M. P. A. de 
ADAM, Mrs Kenneth. See Adam, R. 
ADAM, Neil Kensington 

Public schools in Great Britain. Nature 150: 
433-4 O 10 '42 
ADAM, Sir Ronald Forbes 
Education in the army. Times Ed Sup 1388; 
581 D 6 '41 
ADAM, Ruth (Mrs Kenneth Adam) 
Are war nerves inevitable? Sch Executive 

61:7-9 Jl '42 
Children in war. Prac Home Econ 20:214 Je 
'42 

ADAMIC, Louis 
Ajiierica is a magic name. J Ed Soc 16:327-8 

F '43 
Carriers of freedom. Ed Meth 22:152-6 Ja 

■43 
Louis Adamic. a portrait. J. Remenyi. Col 
Engl 5:62-70 N '43 
ADAMS, Agnes Louise 
Teaching — an art or a craft? Int J Relig 
Ed 18:8-9 D '41 
ADAMS, Amy Elizabeth 

Studies in experimental zoology (regenera- 
tion, experimental embryology, endocrinol- 
ogy) 2d ed 89p bibliog diags pa J1.25 '41 
The auth, Mt Holyoke col, S. Hadley, Mass. 
ADAMS, Arthur 

History— for facts or wisdom? J Ed 125:143-4 
My '42 

Value in American history. Ed 63:15-18 S 
'42 

Value of history. Nat Ed Assn J 31:204-5 
O '42 

ADAMS, Arthur Barto 

Place of secretarial science in business train- 
ing. (In American association of collegiate 
schools of business. Proceedings, 1940. 
p91-3) 
ADAMS, Charles. See Bedell, E. L. jt. auth. 
ADAMS, Charles Joseph 

Forms of literature. J Eng Ed 32:774-5 My 
'42 
ADAMS, Clyde Stewart 
Importance of laboratory work in general 
chemistry at the college level, bibliog i 
J Chem Ed 19:266-70 Je '42 
ADAMS, Daniel 
Adams did it 125 years ago: salient features 
of the Scholar's arithmetic. B. A. Sueltz. 
Math Teach 36:183-5 Ap '43 
ADAMS, Douglas Payne 
Graphical derivation of alignment diagrams 
from network charts; quasi-alignment 
diagrams. J Eng Ed 34:454-67 Mr '44 
ADAMS, E. M. 

New certification proposals. Tex Outl 28:58 
F '44 

ADAMS, Edwin Wesley 

Achievement curriculum for non-academic 
pupils in the Philadelphia public high 
scliools. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Coordination of school 
and community, p 124-32) 
ADAMS, Ethel 

Social studies in Moultrie. Sch Executive 63: 
55-S Ap '44 

ADAMS, Eugene Taylor, and others 

American idea. 278p bibliog $2.50 '42 Harper 
ADAMS, F. R. 
Is there a shortage of teachers? Minn J Ed 

22:118 N '41 
Teaching profession must maintain high 
ethical standards. Minn J Ed 24:216-17 F 
'44 

ADAMS, Georgian. See Smith, S. L. jt. comp. 

ADAMS, H. W. 
Combining beauty and service. Nation's Sch 
32:38-40 S '43 

ADAMS, Harlen Martin 

Audio-visual aids for the language arts, bib- 
liog f El Engl R 20:257-64 N '43 

Constructive program of speech education in 
the elementary school. Calif J El Ed 10: 
223-9 My '42 



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ADAMS. Harlen Martin — Continued 
MaKnctic tupo voice recording. Q J Speech 
27:370-82 O "41 
— and Murpliy, Q. E. 

(coiiips) Spoak, look, and listen; audio-visual 
aids in tlie EnKllsh classroom. (Pamplilet 
pub. noS) 63p blblioK f pa '43 Nat. council 
of teaciiera of English. 211 W 68th st. 
Chicago 
ADAMS, Helen 

Kindergarten decoration. Sch (El ed) 32: 
402-1 Ja '41 

ADAMS, Henry 
First education of Henry Adams. G. M. 
Elsey. bibliog f New England Quarterly 
14:679-84 D "41 
Proplietic mind of Henry Adam.s. H. J. Ed- 
wards, bililiog f (-01 Engl 3:708-21 My '42 
ADAMS, Henry Brooks. See Adams, H. 
ADAMS, James Truslow 
Frontiers of American culture: a study of 
adult education in a democracy. 364p bib- 
Hog $2.50 '44 Scribner 
ADAMS, Jesse Earl 

Evidences of an underlying philosophy in 
graduate schools of education. Sch & Soc 
54:ir.7-72 S C '41 
ADAMS, Sir John 
Sir John Adams: knight in education. M. L. 
Riddick. Kd Forum 8:203-8 Ja '44 

ADAMS, Mrs Lucy Wilcox 
Education in the relocation centers. Calif 
J Sec Ed 17:477-9 D '42; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 8:30-1 Mr '43 
Indians on the peace path. J Adult Ed 13: 
243-8 Je '41 
ADAMS, Margaret 

Book week is fun. Engl J 31:616-17 O '42 
ADAMS, Mary A. 
Priorities in the social studies in the ele- 
mentary schools. Baltimore B Ed 20:13-16 
.« '42 
— and Korber, M. K. 

Patriotic exercises. Nat El Prin 22:410-16 
Jl '43 
ADAMS, Mildred 

School (summer school) days. New York 
Times Magazine p7-f Jl 27 '41 
ADAMS, Nerval E. and Bandow, E. M. 
Study guide for applied biology, lllp il $1.50 
'40 Burgess 
ADAMS, Olga 
Improving the techniques of teaching before 
reading is begun and in the initial stages 
of learning to read. (In Conference on 
reading. Co-operative effort in schools to 
improve reading. p226-32) 
Nursery schools and kindergartens. Ill Ed 

32:141-2 Ja '44 
Will your child be ready for school? Nat 
Parent Teach 38:7-9 Ap '44 
ADAMS, Richard Laban 
Seasonal demands for farm labor in 1943. 
Calif J Sec Ed 18:205-8 Ap '43 
ADAMS, Robert G. 

Safety features of the credit union. Ariz 
Teach Par 30:19-1- Mr '42 
ADAMS, Robert J. Jr; Sterner, L. G; and Wise, 
C. F. 
Way to good English. lS6p pa 60c '42 Odyssey 
press, inc. 3S6 4th av. N.Y. 

ADAMS, Roland R. 

What price, hot lunches? Sierra Ed News 
37:43 Je '41 
ADAMS, Russell M. 

Training Future farmer officers. Ag Ed M 
14:17 Jl '41 
ADAMS, Ruth 

Latin and the crisis. Ky Sch J 22:14-15 F '44 
War's challenge to economics. Ky Sch J 22: 
44-f S '43 
ADAMS, Samuel Hopkins 

Record of a rescue. Volta R 46:157-f Mr '44 
ADAMS, Stanley Herbert 
Present practices and problems in the ac- 
ceptance, recording and transfer of cred- 
its. Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 11:25- 
30 Ap '43 
ADAMS, Stephen 
Vikings' song. Soc Studies 33:321-4 N '42 



ADAMS, Walter, 1911- 
Uan our .■ichoois teach the G.l. way? Better 
Homes and Gardens 22:20-l-f F '44; Same. 
Mont Ed 20:3-5 F '44; Tex Outl 28:10-13 
Mr '44; .Same cond, Va J Ed 37:218-20+ 
F '44; Headers Digest 44:46-8 Mr '44; Sch 
.\lanag 13:2hS-f My '44 
ADAMS, Walter A. See Warner, W. L. Jt. 

auth. 
ADAMS, William George Stewart 
A'alues and opportunities of English univer- 
sities. J Ed London 74:478-80 N '42 
ADAMSON, Ethel R. 

Language of animals. Am Childh 29;S1 Ap '44 
ADAMSON, Hans Christian 
Lattle station for youth. Nat Ed Assn J 33:71 

Mr '44 
Final report on Victory corps mission. Ed 

Vic 2:10 K 3 '44 
Victory corps schools. Ed Vic 2:17-18 Ag 
2 '43 
ADAMSON, Sir John Ernest 
University in the Union of South Africa. J 
Ed London 74:488-(- N '42 
ADAPTABILITY (psychology) 
Adaptability test: a tifteen minute mental 
alertness test for use in personnel alloca- 
tion. J. Tillin and C. H. Lawslie, Jr. J Ap 
Psychol 27:152-63 Ap "43 
Our schools and adaptability. W. H. John- 

-son. Sch & Soc 56:569-71 D 12 '42 
Teacher-training and adaptability. A. Pinsent. 
bibliog New Era 23:99-102 Je '42 
ADAPTATION, Auditory 

Re-education of defective hearing. L, D. 
Goodf.llow. .1 Psychol 14:53-8 Jl '42 
ADAPTATION, Visual 
Dark adaptation characteristics of private 
school children measured with the adap- 
tometer. C. E. Palmer, bibliog American 
Journal of Public Health 31:1063-7 O '41 
Some results from the use of a glare re- 
covery apparatus with college students. H. 
P. Torkelson and others. J Ap Psychol 25: 
447-57 Ag '41 
-Studies in vision; dark adaptation in normal 
and jV-a\'itaminotic rats. C. T. Morgan. 
bibliog Pedagog Sem 60:109-19 Mr '42 
ADDICOTT, Irwin O. 
Portrait 

Te.x Outl 25:13 N '41 
ADDICOTT, J. Robert 
Plans for an elementary science classroom. 
(In California elementary scliool principals' 
association. Elementary school environment 
and the modern curriculum; thirteenth 
yearbook. p37-41) 
ADDICOTT, Kenneth K. 
Cliip off the old block. Adult Ed J 2:53-7 
Ja '43 
ADDINALL, Carl Rupert 
Recent chemotherapeutic advances. Sci Ed 

28:10-15 P '44 
Vitamins. J Chem Ed 19:203-14 My '42 
ADDITION 
Keys in addition. E. H. Elder. Sch (El ed) 
30:806 My '42 
ADDLESTON, Lorraine W. 

Remotivating .arithmetic fundamentals in 
the junior high school. H Points 25:65-70 
Mr '43 
ADDY, Maxine 
Teaching — down Argentine way! Mich Ed 
J 19:308-11 Ja '42 
ADELAIDE, Australia 

Adelaide and .South Australia. A. M. Goebel. 
il maps J Geog 42:298-307 N '43 
ADELAIDE. University, Australia 

University iniluence on general education; 
report to Australian advisory council. Times 
Ed Sup 1430:468 S 26 '42 
ADELPHI college. Garden City, New York 
Adelphi college. American association of uni- 
versity professors. Committee on academic 
freedom and tenure. Am Assn Univ Prof B 
27:494-517 O '41 
ADERHOLD, Omer Clyde 
Readjustments in the teacher education pro- 
grams to meet the war situation, por Ag 
Ed M 15:206-7-(- My '43 
Introducing the new editor, por Ag Ed M 
14:163 Mr '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— Tune 1944 



15 



ADHESIVES 

See also 
Sodium silicates 
ADJUSTMENT. See College students— Adjust- 
ment; College students, Women — Adjust- 
ment; Mental hygiene; Occupational ad- 
justment: Personnel service; School chil- 
dren — Adjustment; Social adjustment and 
development; Teachers — Adjustment; Teach- 
ers — Mental hygiene 
ADJUSTMENT, Occupational. See Occupational 

adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT, Social. See Social adjustment 

and development 
ADJUSTMENT, Vocational. See Occupational 

adjustment 
ADJUSTMENT classes. See Ungraded classes 
ADJUSTMENT tests 

Comparative study of the adjustment of Ne- 
gro students in mixed and separate high 
schools. R. \V. Push, bibliog f J Negro Ed 
12:607-16 O '43 
Comparison of two groups of elementary 
school children classified for school adjust- 
ment on a basis of teacher rating. G. A. 
Dale. J Ed Res 35:241-50 D '41 
Emotional adjustment of visually-handi- 
capped adolescents. D. H. Morgan, bibliog 
J Ed Psychol 35:65-81 F '44 
Further evidence on the validity of person- 
ality inventories. W. A. Clark and L. F. 
Smith. J Ed Psychol 33:81-91 F "42 
ADKINS, Elizabeth Frances 
Latin American collection. Library Journal 
68:482-3 Je 1 '43 
ADKINS, R. M. See Remmers, H. H. jt. auth. 
ADKINS, Robert W. 

Fact.s about radiant heating. Nation's Sch 
31:34-5 Ap '43 
ADLER, Freyda Nacque-. See Nacque-Adler. F. 
ADLER, Lewis F. 
Tenure act and the courts. Pa Sch J 90:105- 
6 D '41 
ADLER, Mortimer Jerome 
Are there absolute and universal principles 
on which education should be founded? 
Ed Trends 9:11-18. 25-33 Jl '41 
Chicago school. Harper's Magazine 183:377-88 

S '41 
Freedom through discipline; elective system 
defeats purpose of liberal education. Vital 
Speeches 10:380-2 Ap 1 '44 
In defense of the philosophy of education, 
bibliog (In National society for the study 
of education. Forty-flrst yearbook, pt 1. 
p 197-249) 
Shall v.'e have more progressive education? 

por Rotarian 59:29-30+ S '41 
This pre-war generation. Harper's Magazine 

181:524-34 O '40 
What every schoolboy doesn't know. Sec Ed 

11:14 F '44 
Mr Adler and the order of learning. G. Smith. 
Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc 1942:140-62 
^ This Mortimer Adler of Chicago. S. R. Galr. 

Southern Review 7:298-308 O '41 
ADLERBLUM, Yetta 
Guidance of our slowest learners. H Points 
24:26-30 Mr '42 
ADMINISTRATION, Public 
Educator and his government. J. Rosier. (In 
American association of teachers colleges. 
Twenty-second yearbook. 1943. p28-33) 
Functional scope of administration in col- 
leges and universities. R. W. Bixler. bib- 
lio,-? t Am Assn Col Reg J 18:141-8 Ja '43 
See also 
Civil service 
Public service 

Teaching 
City Hall looks to the colleges. H. Seidman. 
National Municipal Review 33:70-4-|- P '44 
Education in public administration. G. F. 
Gant. (In Kentucky. University. Proceed- 
ings of the twentieth annual educational 
conference. p29-33) 
Finding jobs in the city hall. J. A. Perkins, 
bibliog f Public Management 24:80-2 Mr '42 
ADMINISTRATION buildings 
Administration building of the Tucson public 
schools. R. D. Morrow, il plan Am Sch Bd 
J 105:12-13 Ag '42 



How Lincoln obtained a school administration 
building. J. G. Ludlam. il plans Am Sch Bd 
J 105:43-5H- Jl '42 
School service center. G. M. Elliott, il Am 
Sch Bd J 104:50-H F '42 
See also 

Adniinistration offlucs 
ADMINISTRATION of schools 

Adapting learning experiences to the needs 
and abilities of students. H. A. Andruss. 
(In Eastern commercial teachers' associa- 
tion. Fourteenth yearbook. p311-18) 

Administration behind the ideal school. M. 
E. O'Connor. J Ed 125:38-9 F '42 

Administrative discretion vs. (or with) rules 
and regulations. J. B. Sears, bibliog f Ed 
Adm & Sup 29:257-83 My '43 

Administrative practices affecting the health 
of the school personnel. American associa- 
tion of school administrators, bibliog f 
(In American association of school admin- 
istrators. Health in schools; twentieth 
yearbook. p273-96) 

Administrative practices which help to build 
morale. E. L. Silverman. Nat El Prin 22: 
125-7 F '43 

Administrative practices which increase staff 
efficiency and morale. C. M. Petersen and 
others. Nat El Prin 22:49-51 O '42 

Administrative procedures that improve the 
morale and mental health of teachers. G. 
H. Merideth. Ed 63:627-30 Je '43 

Administrative responsibilities for guidance. 
G. L. Fahey. Am Sch Bd J 105:24-5 Ag '42 

Administrative responsibility for minorities. 
M. E. Herriott. Calif J Sec Ed 18:362-4 O 
'43 

All-out aid to youth. E. J. Reynolds. Sch 
E.xecutive 60:23-4 Jl '41 

Are you a good building administrator? F. 
M. Rich. Sch Manag 13:70-1 N '43 

Attitudes in school administration. J. M. 
Hughes. Ed Adm & Sup 27:448-52 S '41 

Boys and girls first! R. B. Weaver. Sch Ex- 
ecutive 62:38 Je '43 

Budgetary process as an instrument for the 
realization of home rule. A. D. Simpson. 
Harvard Ed R 11:339-46 My '41 

Citizens' advisory committees — have they a 
rightful place? C. Grieder. Nation's Sch 
28:29-30 S '41 

Conditions that make effective guidance pos- 
sible. P. A. Boyer and others, bibliog R Ed 
Res 12:21-44 F '42 

Crux of the matter. M. M. Stroh. Teach Ed J 
5:147-50 Mr '44 

Decisions on file. A. V. Overn. Nations Sch 
33:41-2 Ja '44 

Development of guiding principles and poli- 
cies for the administration of the small 
school system [thesis] H. R. Grow, bibliog 
SI '41 The auth, Univ. of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla. 

Do you use check lists of work to be done? 
I. D. Satlow. Bus Ed World 23:275-6, 360-1 
Ja-F '43 

Education of an administrator. W. D. Cock- 
ing. Nation's Sch 28:31-2 Jl '41 

Education of school administrators. United 
States. OfRce of education. (Bui. 1041 no6) 
155p bibliog pa 20c '42 Sunt, of doc. 

Educational administration is in a state of 
transition. J. K. Norton. Sch Manag 13: 
66-t- N '43 

Emergent conceptions of the school admin- 
istrator's task. H. R. W. Benjamin. $1 "42 
Stanford univ. press 

Getting the school work done. S. M. Corey. 
Sch R 50:673-5 D '42 

Getting things done. W. A. Stumpf. Am Sch 
Bd J 107:17-18 O '43 

Good school administration is the same in 
wartime and in peacetime. J. G. Fowlkes. 
Sch Manag 13:246+ Ap '44 

How can instructional leadership be unified? 
H. Spears. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:601-7 

If you're wide awake. A. V. Overn. Nation's 
Sch 31:25 My '43 

Implications for educational administration. 
S. M. Corey, bibliog (In National society 
for the study of education. Forty-third 
yearbook, pt 1. p277-99) 

Improvement. W. W. Charters. Ed Res B 21: 
103-4 Ap '42 

Improving school procedures. L. A. Cook. Sch 
R 49:649-51 N '41 

Keep an eye on low-cost housing. A. A. 
Hanson, il Sch Executive 61:22-4 Jl '42 



16 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ADMINISTRATION of schools — Continued 

KeepliiK the board informed. W. A. E. 
WrlKht. Nation's Sell 32:26 O •« 

L*ader!ihlp at work: fifteenth yearbook. Na- 
tional education as.soclatlon. Department of 
supervl.sora and directors of instruction. ^2 
■43 N.E.A. 

Let's help the teacher. D. O. WllliamB. 11 
Sch Executive 61:16-17+ O '41 

Local control of education must continue. W. 
L. Bachrodt. Calif J Sec Ed 19:176-7 Ap '44 

Local school ofllcers and the local school 
corporation. J. H. Tiitz. biblloc f (In Year- 
book of school law, 1942. p56-60) 

Meet the chief coordinator. L. E. Vredevoe. 
Nation's Sch 31:15-16 Je; 32:41 Jl; 44-5 
S '43 

Mobilizing? educational resources: sixth year- 
book. John Dewey society. $2.50 '43 Harper 

Modern school organisation. H. G. Stead. 9s 
6d '^1 Univ. tutorial press 

New horizons in administration. C. C. Byers. 
Nat Assn Sec Sell Prin Bui 28:42-5 My '44 

Next steps ahead in the principalship: panel 
discussion. Nat El Prin 21:6-17 O '41 

OrKanlzation chart based on modern educa- 
tional design. C. A. Newell. Nation's Sch 
31:24-5 Je '43 

Organizing to solve the problems of school 
living. E. R. Bailey. Childh Ed 19:304-7 
Mr '43 

Pressures on the schools. R. W. Bardwell. 
Wis J Ed 76:10+ S '43 

Preventive reading Instruction. E. A, Belts. 
Am Sch Bd J 105:23-54- O '42 

Principal at work. G. C. Kyte. bibliog J3.25 
•41 Ginn 

Principal's office. Sch (El ed) 31:297 (Sec ed) 
331 D '42 

Problem of maintaining staff morale In war- 
time. S. M. Corey. (In Chicago. University. 
Department of education. Proceedings of 
the twelfth annual Conference for ad- 
ministrative officers of public and private 
schools, p 117-28) 

Problems in administration of public educa- 
tion. VV. J. Hamilton. Ed Rec 23:527-33 Jl 
•42 

Problem.'! of school administrators in relation 
to participation of youth in wartime agri- 
culture. Ed Vic 1:7-11 My 1 '43 

Proceedings of the tenth-twelfth annual 
Conferences for administrative officers of 
public and private schools. Cliicago. Uni- 
versity. Department of education. 3v bib- 
liog pa ea $2 '41-'43 Univ. of Chicago press 

Provincial policies in education. C. G. Miller. 
Ed 64:326 Ja '44 

Recognized factors in an improved adminis- 
trative program. R. E. C. McDougall. Am 
Sch Bd J 108:43 Mr '44 

Relationships of federal, state, and locaJ 
governments in providing an educational 
program. R. O. Small. Nat Ed Assn Proe 
1941:137 

Responsibilities and opportunities of school 
administrators during and after the war. 
H. H. Hill, il Am Sch Bd J 106:17-18 My 
'43; Same. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Challenges to educa- 
tion, war and post-war. p93-7) 

Rise of smaller school administration. R. V. 
Hunkins. $1: pa 50c Univ. of Neb. 

Rules and regulations: their nature and place 
in a system of school administration. J. 
B. Sears, bibllog f Am Sch Bd J 106:21-2 
Mr: 22-4 Ap; 35-6 My '43 

School administration. H. H. Lowrev. $1.50 
■42 E. T. Cameron, 1001 S Lenawee St. 
Lansing, Mich. 

School administration in action. See numbers 
of American school board Journal 

School administration news. See numbers of 
American school board journal 

School board control — the necessary tools 
and procedures. J. B. Sears, bibliog t Ed 
Adm & Sup 28:561-80 N '42 

School practices that help and hurt per- 
sonality. W. s. Elsbree. Teach Col Rec 43: 
24-34 O ^41; Same. Childh Ed 18:197-204 
Ja '42: Same cond. Ed Digest 7:7-9 N ^41 

Schools in America. W. G. Humphrey. Spec- 
tator 171:525 D 3 ^43 

Southern states work-conference on adminis- 
trative problems. T. Covert and H. K. 
Mackintosh. Sch Life 27:47-8 N '41 

Speaking of school. R. R. Penhale. J Ed 125: 
192, 227 S-O '42 



Sportsmanship pays. J. A. Lewis. Natlon'8 

Sch 2S:52 Jl '41 
Suggestions on supervision. W. H, Johnson. 

Nation's Sch 30:43-4 Jl '42 
Supervision reaps Its wild oats. J. R. Shan- 
non. Sch Executive 61:29 Ja '42 
Taking the super out of supervision. W. B. 

Featherslonc. Teach Col Rec 44:197-203 D 

'42 
Teacher and educational administration. W. 

C. Reavis and C. H. Judd. bibllog $3 '42 

Houghton 
Teacher recognition. A. W. Carroll. Nat El 

Prin 21:469-72 Jl 42 
Teachers and administration. See numbers of 

American school board Journal through Oc- 
tober 1942 
Teachers and the majority vote. C. G, Miller. 

Ed 62:62 S '41 
Teachers' unions and school administration. 

K. Eby. Am Sch Bd J 104:20-1 Je '42 
There's need to strengthen the educational 

structure. P. R. .Mort. Ed Digest 9:12-13 O 

'43 
These books were never written. H. B. Mul- 

ford. Phi Delta Kappan 25:188-90 My '43; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 9:49-51 F '44 
We should dismiss her — but how? C. W. 

McNary. J Ed 126:145-6 My '43 
When release teachers from contracts? L. 

H. Bell. Am Sch Bd J 105:19-20 Ag '42 
Your school can rise. P. R. Mort. Nations 

Sch 33:23-4 My '44 
.See also 
Adult education — 

Administration 
Art education — Ad- 
ministration 
Boards of education 
Business administra- 
tion of schools 
Business managers 
Clerical work 
Consolidated schools 
Education — Organ - 

ization by years 
Libraries, School — 

Administration 
Parochial schools — 

Administration 



Physical education — 
Administration 

Radio in education — 
Administration 

Reports and records 

Rules and regula- 
tions 

Special education — 
Administration 

Superintendents 

Supplies 

Visual education — 
Administration 

War and education — 
Administration of 
schools 



Bibliography 

Check list of new books for school adminis- 
trators. See monthly numbers of School 
management 

Selected references on public-school admin- 
istration (cont) W. C. Reavis and N. B. 
Henrv. comps. EI Sch J 42:381-8. 464-70; 
43:304-8, 366-71: 44:301-5. 361-5 Ja-F '42. 
Ja-F '43. Ja-F ^44 

City 

Administrative organization of the Jackson 
public schools, E. C. Bolmeier and K. P. 
Walker. Am Sch Bd J 103:29-30 D ^41 

Decatur reports progress. M. L. Honiker. 11 
Nation^s Sch 29:30 Mr '42 

Defense commission's New York city investi- 
gation. D. DuShane. Nat Ed Assn J 33:85 
Ap ^44 

Development of a working philosophy. T. Q. 
Srygley. Tex Outl 27:35-6 Ja '43 

Growth of administrative services In Cin- 
cinnati schools. Am Sch Bd J 104:48+ Je 
'42 

How San Francisco administers its schools, 
il Am Sch Bd J 104:21-2+ F ^42 

Kansas Citv adopts unit plan. N. E. Miller. 
Am Sch Bd J 103:47-8 S '41 

Metropolitan areas and future school prob- 
lems. New York state teachers association, 
pa '41 The assn. 

Personnel problem.'! in city school adminis- 
tration. G. D. Strayer. Ind Univ Sch Ed B 
17:35-9 My '41 

Planning schools for tomorrow: some con- 
siderations in educational planning for ur- 
ban communities. United States. OfBce of 
education. (Leaflet no66) 38p bibllog pa 
10c '43 U.S. OfHce of ed. 

Proceedings of the eleventh annual Confer- 
ence of administrative officers of public and 
private .schools. Chicago. University. De- 
parttnent of education, bibliog f pa $2 *42 
Univ. of Chicago press 

Pupil control in city schools. L. E. Leipold. 
11 Am Sch Bd J 107:18 S '43 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



17 



ADMINISTRATION of schools — City — Cant. 

San Francisco seeks administrative unity. 
G. G. MuUany. Am Sch Bd J 107:41-2 S 
■43 

Statistics of city school systems. 1937-38. 
United States. Office of education. (In 
United States. Office of education. Biennial 
survey of education, 1936-193S; Chapter 3): 
Same. (Bui. 1940 no2. Chapter 3) 35Sp pa 
35c '41 Supt. of doc. 

Teacher selection in city systems. L. E. Lei- 
pold. Am Sch Ud J 107:16 O '43 

They know that teaching is vital! P. Temple- 
ton. Sch Executive 63:33-4-1- O '43 

Types of public school administrative or- 
ganization in cities over 200.000. H. H. 
Hill and J. W. Maucker. Am Sch Bd J 103: 
17-19 Jl '41 

Undifferentiated ninth year. H Points 24: 
14-19 Je '42 
See also 

Boards of education 
—City 

County 
Local administrative unit. W. L. Hughes. 

Tex Outl 27:25 Ap '43 
Study made of Louisiana and Texas county 
school organizations. J. M. Foote. Tex Outl 
26:47 F '42 
jSee also 
Boards of education — 
County 

Curriculum 

Functional courses in school administration. 
H. B. Wood, il Sch Executive 60:24-6 Je 
'41 

Democratic practices 

Democracy in educational administration. W. 
I. Miller, bibliog $1.75 '42 Teachers col. 

Democracy in school administration. G. R. 
Koopman and others, bibliog $2.25 '43 
Appleton-Century 

Democratic ideals in teaching and admin- 
istration. W. C. Reavis. bibliog f (In Cali- 
fornia elementary school principals' asso- 
ciation. Guiding children in democratic 
living: fourteenth yearbook. p28-33) ; Same 
cond. (In Edwards. N. ed. Education in 
a democracy. p94-110) 

Democratic policy-making in a school sys- 
tem. W. C. Crawford, il Sch Executive 63: 
32-4 Mr '44 

Democratic processes in school life. F. J. 
Estvan. El Sch J 43:143-50 N '42 

Efficiency thru democratic administration. 
W. G. Carr. il Nat Ed Assn J 31:83-4 Mr 
•42 

How to apply democracy. B. E. Reynolds. 
Nation's Sch 27:76-f Je '41 

In the interests of democracy responsibility 
must be shared. W. C. Reusser. Nation's 
Sch 30:39-40 N '42 

Organization and administration of the local 
school system: some fundamental concep- 
tions. J. E. Butterworth. bibliog R Ed Res 
13:367-71 O '43 

P'rinciples of democratic personnel relation- 
ships in administration. H. M. Shafer. Am 
Sch Bd J 108:17-19 Ap '44 

School interprets democracy through the 
school's program: administration and 
activities. J. E. Nancarrow. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin B 25:23-8 O '41; Same cond. Nat 
Ed Assn Proc 1941:514-18 

Teachers and democratic administration. O. 
S. Williams. Clearing House 18:515-18 Mv 
'44 

Wanted: democratic schools. J. Claxton. 
Canadian Forum 21:343-4 F '42 

\Vliat is democratic educational administra- 
tion? O. C. Amis. Sch & Soc 55:387-90 Ap 
4 '42 

Workshop in democracy. E. T. McSwain. il 
Nation's Sch 28:49-50 O '41; Same. Tex 
Outl 25:11-12 D '41 

You can judge a school's democracy by 
these 16 points. W. C. Reusser. Nation's 
Sch 32:16-17 O '43 

Tou . can't teach democracy in regimented 
schools. R. L. Moberly and H. LaFond. 
Nation's Sch 29:55-6 Ja '42 



District 

Creation and alteration of school districts. 

E. E. Fuller, bibliog f (In Yearbook of 

scliool law. 1942. p 121-35) 
Educational responsibility of the local school 

districts. S. M. Powers. Nat Ed Assn 

Proc 1941:137 
Efficiency in the business and financial man- 
agement of local school districts. H. H. 

Linn. (In Pennsylvania. University. School 

of education. Education in a nation at war. 

p63-74) 
Implications of school district organization. 

E. L. Morphet. bibliog R Ed Res 11:197-202 

Ap '41 
Implications of school district organization. 

E. L. Morphet and C. Greene, bibliog R Bd 

Res 14:172-9 Ap '44 
Local school units in rural areas. Q. V. 

Doudna. bibliog Ed Adm & Sup 28:241-57 

Ap '42 
Organization and administration of the local 

school system: district reorganization. M. 

L. Cushman. bibliog R Ed Res 13:327-32 

O '43 
Procedures for school district reorganization 

[thesis] H. D. Alford. bibliog $2.10 '42 

Teachers col: Abstract. Teach Col Rec 

44:59-61 O '42 
School district and state in North Carolina. 

M. M. Chambers. Nation's Sch 30:37-8 N 

•42 

Research 
Research in school administration. G. D. 
Strayer. Phi Delta Kappan 24:165-6 D '41 

State 

Basic considerations in the apportionment 
of state funds for pupil transportation. 
E. L. Morphet. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941: 
553-5 

Development of state school administration 
in Vermont. J. C. Huden. bibliog $4.50 '43 
Vt. historical soc. Montpelier 

Flesh for the bones of state responsibility 
for education. C. Grieder. Sch & Soc 59: 
33-6 Ja 15 '44 

Let's take the next step. W. K. Keller. Sch 
B.xecutive 61:10-1- Ag '42 

Organization and adininistration of the state 
school system. S. M. Brownell. bibliog R 
Ed Res 13:381-6 O '43 

Participation of state agencies in planning 
and supervising local school-building de- 
velopment. (In American school and uni- 
versity, 1942. P467-71) 

Proposal for a state educational council. Cali- 
fornia. Department of education. (Bui. v 12 
no4) 14p pa '43 The dept, Sacramento 

Relations of states to local school units. T. 
J. Tormey. bibliog R Ed Res 12:237-40 Ap 
'42 

State departments of education: supervision 
in fields of health and physical education. 
J. F. Rogers. Sch Life 26:258-9 Je '41 

State responsibility for education. See South- 
ern states work-conference on school ad- 
ministrative problems. Improving education 
in the southern states, 1 

State school administration. W. L. Coffey, 
bibliog f (In Yearbook of school law. 1942. 
P 136-8) 

State .«;chool finance systems. National edu- 
cation association. Research division. Nat 
Ed Assn Res B 20:151-95 N '42 

State supervision, state aid, and certifica- 
tion. R. M. Dunbar and E. A. Lathrop. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Forty-second yearbook. pt2. p241- 
51) 

State's responsibility for an educational pro- 
gram. A. G. Grace. Nat Ed Assn Proc 
1941:136 

Statistics of state school systems, 1937-1938. 
United States. Office of education. (In 
United States. Office of education. Biennial 
survey of education. 1936-1938: Chapter 2)- 
Same. (Bui 1940 no2. Chapter 2) 172p pa 
20c '41 Supt. of doc. 

Supervising Maryland's high schools. E. C. 
Fontaine, il Sch Executive 61:27-9 O; 28-30 
N '41 

Supervision of elementary education as a 
function of state departments of educa- 
tion. United States. Office of education. 
(Bui. 1940 no6. Monograph no8) 86p pa 
15c '41 Supt. of doc. 



18 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ADMINISTRATION of schools— State — Cont. 
Supervision of sueunUory education as a 
function of state departments of education. 
United States. Ullice of education. (Uul. 
1940 no6. Monograph no9) 44p pa 10c '41 
Supt. of doc. 
Te.\tbook and library services. See South- 
ern states work-conference on school ad- 
ministrative problems. Improving education 
in the southern states, 2 
Wanted: uii inlellifible state public-scliool 
policy for llliiioi.v. H. H. MuICord. Kd Ui- 
(Sest 8::i4-G O 'ii 
What services do local educational workers 
want from the state department? W. M. 
Ale-xander. Curric J 13:17-20 Ja '42 
See alao 
Boards of education — State colleees and 
State universities — Ad- 

Departments of ministration « 

education, State 

Student participation 
Democracy at work — policy mailing v. policy 
execution. W. C Keusser. Nation's Sch 30: 
33-4 Ag '42 
Education in responsibility. J. G. Althouse. 

Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32:3-6 S '43 
Freedom in liigti school. W. C. McGinnis. Am 

Sch Bd J 106:24-5 My '43 
How teachers, pupils, and administrators can 
cooperate in solving scliool problems. W. 
C. Keavis. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Education in a nation 
at war. pSl-fi): Same, Sch K .'iO:629-35 N '42 
Ijaboratory school of the Indiana .stale teach- 
ers college: the student advi^tjry council. 
M. E. Clark, il Teach Col J 12:83 Mr '41 
Pupil committees assist with school manage- 
ment. W. C. Painter. Nat El Prin 22:474-5 
Jl '43 
Pupil participation in school life [mimeo- 
graphed] C. E. Erickson and others, blb- 
liog $1.40 '42 Missouri store co, 909 Lowry 
St, Columbia, Mo. 
Pupil participation in school management. 
N. H. Jensen. Nat El Prin 22:476-9 Jl '43 
Rise and decline of school democracy. J. J. 

Koiiioda. Am Scli lid J 104:45+ F '42 
School system goes democratic. C. L. Strong. 

Clearing House 18:14-13 S '43 
Student participation in school control. E. C. 
Shortt. Va J Ed 35:96-7 N '41 
iS'ee ulso 
Curriculum making — 
Student participa- 
tion 

Teacher participation 
Administrative activities in which teachers 
participate democratically. O. S. Williams. 
Am Sch Bd J 105:40-1 S '42 
Administrative dilemmas. W. McClure. bib- 

liog f Am Sch Bd J 103:17-18 N '41 
Administrative rise of the teacher. Am Sch 

Bd J 103:52 Jl '41 
Application of democracy in school admin- 
istration. H. C. Burrell. Ohio Sch 20:106-7-|- 
Mr '42 
Clearing house for scliooi problems. M. E. 

Wiles. Sch Executive 62:38 Ap '43 
Cooperative planning and evaluation of pro- 
fessional activities. C. L. Byerly. Nat El 
Prin 21:270-4 Jl '42 
Cooperative planning of professional activi- 
ties. D. L. Harding. Nat El Prin 21:266-9 
Jl '42 
Cooperative relationships in school adminis- 
tration. G. H. Gatje. Am Sch Bd J 103: 
17-18-f S '41 
Cooperative solution of administrative prob- 
lems. R. E. Learned. Nat El Prin 21:436-9 
Jl '42 
Coordinating junior high and high school. 
R. E. Ford. Calif J Sec Ed 17:424-5 N '42 
Democracy at work in a school administra- 
tion. J. B. Stone and others. (In California 
elementary school principals' eissociation. 
Guiding children in democratic living; 
fourteenth yearbook. p95-8) 
Democracy at work — policy making v. policy 
execution. W. C. Reusser. Nation's Sch 30: 
33-4 Ag '42 
Democracy in school administration. T. C. 
Barham, Jr. bibliog f Am Sch Bd J 104: 
15-17-4- .Te '42 
Democracy in school administration. R. B. 
Dean. Calif J El Ed 9:208-12 My '41 



IJuveloping teacher leaders. A. Mlel. Ed Di- 
gest S:51-G Ap '43 
Faculty- board plaiming in Galva community 
high school. C. A. Weber. Am Sch Bd J 
, 108:42-3 F '44 

/ How teachers, pupils, and administrators can 
cooperate in solving school problems. W. 
C. Iteavis. (In Pennsylvania. University, 
School of education. Education In a nation 
at war. p81-8); Same. Sch K 50:629-35 N '42 
Humanizing educational administration. Am 

Sch lid J 103:20-1 Jl '41 
If you want a democratic set-up. W. C. 

Reusser. Nation's Sch 32:18-19 S '43 
Instructional leadership in the junior and 
senior high schools of Denver. G. S. Willey. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 20:61-5 My '42 
Liet them have a voice in planning. W. C. 

Reusser. Nation's Sch 32:29-30 N '43 
Mental health and teacher growth. P. J. 
Misner. il Nat Ed Assn J 31:15-16 Ja '42 
Mr ,Sims and ills stall organize to promote 
growth in service. C. A. Weber. North 
Cen Assn Q 17:376-9 Ap '43 
Opportunities for teacher participation In 
school administration. H. Spears. (In 
Pennsvlvania. University. School of educa- 
tion. Roads to the future. p375-85) 
Plan lor teacher participation in the selec- 
tion of textbooks. C. Iv. Sterk and B. 
Purdy. El Sch J 41:ao.'>-64 My '41 
Running a school is like running an army; 
Principal Cody and Captain O'Grady are 
brothers under liie .skin. L.. it. Dykes. Sch 
Executive 61:34 Jl '42 
School system goes democratic. C. L.. Strong. 

Clearing House 18:14-18 S '43 
Self-starting program of professional growth. 
H. Davis and M. Nesbitt. Childh Ed 19: 
18-21 S '42 
Teacher and educational administration. W. 
C. Reavis and C. H. Judd. bibliog $3 '42 
Houghton 
Teacher councils contribute to administra- 
tion. C. E. Greene. Ed Rec 23:670-8 O '42 
Teacher participation in salary scheduling. 

A. B. Lewis. Nat El Prin 21:473-7 Jl '42 
Teacher participation in school administra- 
tion as a means of developing a salary 
schedule. R. L. Keed. Sierra Ed News 39: 
12-13 Mr '43 
Teacher participation in scliool administra- 
tion; report of an interview survey. A. K. 
Liclitenberger and others. Neb Ed J 22: 
207-8 O '42 
Teachers and democratic administration. O. 
S. Williams. Clearing House 18:515-18 My 
■44 
Teacher's demand. C. Nesbitt. Spectator 

170:142 F 12 '43 
Teachers need responsibility; when they get 
it they grow*: C. E. Greene. Nation's Sch 
28:49-50 Ag '41 
Teachers should teach, not play at admin- 
istration. M. W. Tate. Nation's Sch 31:42-3 
Je '43 
When we work together. W. E. Goslin. Ed 
Leadership 1:221-5 Ja '44 
See also 
Committees, Educa- Curriculimi making— 
tional Teacher participa- 

tion 

Teaching 

College offering in school administration. C. 
C. Moore. Ed Adm & Sup 27:617-22 N '41 

Current events class in public school govern- 
ment. H. B. Mulford. Am Sch Bd J 104:38-9 
Je '42 

Functional courses in school administration. 
H. B. Wood, il Sch Executive 60:24-6 Je 
•41 

Railroads force Illinois school boards and 
administrators to study laws of budgets 
and taxation. Am Sch Bd J 106:43-4-F F 
'43 

Training for activities administration. E. A. 
Thomas. Sch Activities 14:51 O '42 

Training of administrative personnel. J. G. 
Fowlkes. (In Chicago. University. Depart- 
ment of education. Proceedings of the tenth 
annual Conference of administrative officers 
of public and private schools, p 170-9) 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



19 



ADMINISTRATION of schools — Continued 
Church schools 
See Church schools — Administration 

Colleges and universities 
See Colleges and universities — Admin- 
istration; Negro colleges — ^Administration; 
State colleges and universities — Administra- 
tion 

Elementary schools 

Administrative plan for improving social 
living experiences. A. E. Prince. Un Cali- 
fornia elementary school principals' associa- 
tion. Elementary school environment and 
the modern curriculum; thirteenth year- 
book, p 120-4) 

Administrative relationships of the elemen- 
tary-school principal. L. E. Leipold. Ed 
Adm A: Sup 2ll:l!7-34 Ja '43: Same cond. 
Nation's Soli 2S;21-2 X '-U 

Cooperative attack on a serious school prob- 
lem. M. J. Gilliam. Nat El Prin 21:322-6 
J1 '42 

Improving pupil -teadier and parent-teacher 
relationships. J. A. Walecka. El Sch J 43: 
23-S S '42 

Organization and administration of the local 
school system; the internal organization 
of school system. H. J. Otto and A. Peter- 
son, bibliog U Ed Res 13:341-50 O '43 

Pupil progress in the elementary school. W. 
S. Eisbree. bibliog f pa 60c Teachers col. 

Some implications of population trends for 
the administration of elementary schools. 
A. H. Horrall. bibliog f Calif J El Ed 10: 
104-17 N '41 

Trends in types of elementary school organ- 
ization. T. C. Prince. Am Sch Bd J 106:37-8 
Je '43 

Vancouver meets a war situation. S. A. Mar- 
tin and G. A. Gardner, il Sch Executive 
63:41-2 D '43 

Whose the failure? K. H. Mateer. Sch Exec- 
utive 61:32-3 Jl '42 
jSee also 

Continuing teacher 
plan 

High schools 

Biggest high school in the world. S. Lubell. 
il Saturday Evening Post 214:18-19-1- D 20 
■41 

Current trends in the organization of sec- 
ondary schools. D. T. Blose. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. Co- 
ordination of school and community. p46- 
53) 

Extension of creative high school control. 
E. R. Gabler. bibliog f Sch Activities 15: 
115-17 D '43; Excerpts. Sch Manag 13:233 
Mr '44 

Forward steps in Evansville. S. Royster. 
J Ed 124:227-8 O '41 

High-school staff: who should do what? A. 
Gould. Sch Executive 60:27-1- Je '41 

Induction of secondary-school teachers. M. 
W. Tate. Sch R 51:150-7 Mr '43 

Leadership in secondary education. O. 
Granger. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 27: 
17-30 N '43 

Manual of administration for the high schools 
of Virginia. Virginia. State board of edu- 
cation. (Bui. v25 no2) 296p bibliog $1; to 
ed institutions & pub libs gratis '42 The 
bd. Richmond 16 

More effective use of teaching personnel In 
the secondary school. R. F. Evans. North 
Cen Assn Q 17:372-5 Ap '43 

Organization and administration of the local 
school system; the secondary school. W. C. 
Reusser. bibliog R Ed Res 13:350-5 O '43 

Principal and his school; a guiding philos- 
ophy for the administration of the second- 
ary school. W. A. Wetzel, il Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin B 26:29-48 Ja '42 

School within a school. H. W. Gribben. 
H Points 25:54-8 My '43 

Shall the vocationals be kept apart? W. H. 
Magill. il Am Sch Bd J 107:10 Ag '43 

Trouble with teachers; faults in adminis- 
trative organization. C. E. Greene. Na- 
tion's Sch 28:21-2 Jl '41 



Ways to better high schools in Illinois. Illi^ 
nois high school principals' association. 
Committee on supen'ision. pa gratis '41 
Univ. of m. 
See also 

House system 

Bibliography 

Selected references on the administration of 
secondary education. G. N. Kefauver and 
D. McNaughton, comps. Sch K 50:661-3 N 
•42 

Selected references on the administration ol 
secondary education. G. N. Kefauver and 
R. R. Palm, comps. Sch R 49:704-8 N '41 

Selected references on the administration of 
secondary education. G. N. Mackenzie and 
O. T. Richardson, comps. Sch R 51:562-4 
N '43 

Selected references on the organization of 
secondary education. G. N. Kefauver and 
R. R. Palm, comps. Sch R 49:622-8 O '41 

Selected references on the organization of 
secondary education. G. N. .Mackenzie and 
O. T. Richardson, comps. Sch R 51:496-9 
O 43 

Junior colleges 

.See Junior colleges — Administration 

Junior high schools 

Administrative techniques used for pupil ad- 
justment in a junior high school. L. N. 
Drake, il Am Sch Bd J 106:21-2 My '43 

Practical reorganization of a junior high 
school to meet student needs. A. H. Otto- 
sen and J. W. M. Rothney. Ed 63:29-39 
S '42 

School within a school. H Sch J 25:206-8 My 
•42 
Normal schools and teachers colleges 

Facilities for teacher placement in colleges 
and universities of the United States. C. P. 
Archer. Ed Adm & Sup 29:193-8 Ap '43 

Phases of the problem of cooperation and 
coordination involving state teachers col- 
leges. D. S. Sanford, jr. (In American as- 
sociation of teachers colleges. Twenty-flrst 
yearbook, 3942. p68-76) 

State departments of education: teacher 
preparation. B. W. Frazier. Sch Life 26: 
259-62 Je '41 

Tenure policies and procedures in teachers 
colleges. National education association. 
Committee on tenure, pa 25c '43 N.E.A. 

What is democracy in administration? F. W. 
Thomas. (In American association of teach- 
ers colleges. Twenty-first yearbook, 1942. 
p5-13) 

Private schools 
See Private schools — Administration 
Public schools 
Adequate public school program. H. R. W. 
Benjamin. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Coordination of school 
and community. p40-6) 
Still another step toward federal control. 
A. E. Joyal. Nation's Sch 29:22-4 Ap; 52-4 
My '42 

Rural schools 

Challenge to rural communities. J. Ten 
Brink. Mich Ed J 20:15 S '42 

How to manage a rural school. V. H. Gulp. 
$1.50 '42 Burgess 

New attack on rural school problems. J. E. 
Butterworth. Nations Sch 33:29-30 Ja '44 

Next steps in rural education. I. A. Booker. 
Tex Outl 27:16 Ag '43 

Plan now — for tomorrow's rural schools. M. 
L. Cushman. bibUog f 11 Sch Executive 62: 
10-11 S '42 

Rural education in Alberta. K. Collins. Pro- 
gres Ed 19:217-18 Ap '42 

Should there be a reorganization of schools 
in the rural areas? J. E. Butterworth. (In 
American association of school admin- 
istrators. Official report, 1943. p 127-8) 
•See also 

Administration of Administration of 

schools — County schools — District 

Secondary schools 
See Administration of schools — High 
schools 



20 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ADMINISTRATION of schools— Con/iniicd 
Alabama 
Democracy in MontBomcry. C. M. Dannelly. 
Sch Executive CU:S-3 Ak '41 

Australia 
Grouping of schools. Int Uur Ed B 16 2d 
<luarter:42-3 '42 

California 

Proposal for a state educational council. Cali- 
fornia. Ucpartinent of education. (Hul. v 12 
no4) 14p pa '43 The dept. Sacramento 

Reduction in number of elementary .school 
districts effective 1941-42. W. E. Morgan. 
Calif Sch 12:190-200 O '41 

Summary of 1941 leBislalion affecting school 
finance and business administration [mime- 
ographed] California. Department of educa- 
tion. Division of research and statistics. 
20p pa '41 The dept. Sacramento 

Colorado 
Colorado's open-door policy. C. Grleder. 11 
Sch Executive 61:21-2 Ag '42 

Florida 
School attendance seri'ice in Florida; a hand- 
book. Florida. Department of education. 
(Fla. program for improvement of schools. 
Bui. no32) 152p '42 The dept, Tallahassee 

Germany 
Social and educational background of the 
Nazi school system. H. LiebeschUtz. Brit 
J Ed Psychol 11:197-204 N '41 

Great Britain 

Administrative areas; local or regional? Times 
Ed Sup 1422:377 Ag 1 '42 

Administrative areas; role of Part III author- 
ities. Times Ed Sup 1460:195 Ap 24 "43 

After the war — regional councils of education. 
F. H. C. Butler. J Ed London 74:103-5 Mr 
■42 

Ages of transference; a report on a meet- 
ing. H. G. Stead. New Era 22:190-1-1- S 
■41 

Amendments to the education bill; proposed 
units of administration. Times ISd Sup 
1501:63 F 5 '44 

Authority and the schools; a study in har- 
monious relationship. F. C. Happold. Times 
Ed Sup 1504:99 F 26 '44 

Britain looks ahead. H. G. Stead, il Sch 
Executive 61:8-10 Ag '42 

Central or modern school. H. C. Barnard. 
J Ed London 73:417-19 O '41 

Council of education? G. D. H. Cole. J Ed 
London 76:8-9 Ja '44 

Debate on the estimates; the president's 
new moves. Times Ed Sup 1416:300 Je 20 
'42 

District education committees: local admin- 
istration in the white paper. Times Ed Sup 
1475:375 Ag 7 '43 

Dual control. Times Ed Sup 1493:595 D 11 '43 

Dual control of schools. Times Ed Sup 1492; 
580; 1493:591 D 4-11 '43 

Education bill in committee; two financial 
concessions announced. Times Ed Sup 1510: 
174 Ap S '44 

Educational administration. J Ed London 
74:389-91 S '42 

Educational administration. M. Michael and 
I. Michael. New Era 23:166-8 N '42 

Eklucational administration; diversities in the 
areas. Times Ed Sup 1398:75 F 14 '42 

Educational implications of the age group 
proposals. F. J. Schonell. New Era 22:194- 
5-1- S ^41 

Forward steps. Times Ed Sup 1416:301 Je 20 
'42 

Functions of the Board of education. R. R. 
Dale. J Ed London 75:166-|- Ap '43 

Inequality of opportunity; arbitrary admin- 
istration. Times Ed Sup 1410:221 My 9 "42 

Ministry of education; interpretation of na- 
tional needs. K. Lindsay. Times Ed Sup 
1473:352 Jl 24 '43 

Post-war reforms; recruiting administrators. 
Times Ed Sup 1397:65 F 7 '42 

Powers of proposed district committees. 
Times Ed Sup 1476:380 Ag 7 ^43 

Rural school; a plan for the Juniors and 
infants. Times Ed Sup 1392:3 Ja 3 '42 



School governance. Times Ed Sup 1605:116 
Air 4 ^4 

Summary of 51st annual meeting of the In- 
corporated association of headmasters. Lon- 
don, Jan. 5-6: preservation of freedom and 
independence. Times Ed Sup 1445:18 Ja S 
'43 

Teacher's demand. C. Nesbltt. Spectator 170: 
142 F 12 '43 

This freedom. Times Ed Sup 1445:19 Ja 9 
'43 

Units of administration; suggested lines of 
reform. Times Ed Sup 1375:421 S 6 '41 

Whitbread to Uutler. Times Ed Sup 1494: 
602; 1495:615 D 18-25 '43 

Illinois 
Democratic organization of the Glencoe 

schools. P. D. Brogan. Curric J 12:297-300 

N '41; Same cond. Ed Digest 7:30-2 D '41 
Illinois changes its views on reorganizing 

12.0U0 school districts. Am Sch Bd J 1U5: 

46 D '4J 
Illinois working to reorganize 12,000 school 

districts. Am Sch Bd J 103:44 O '41 
Planning school district reorganization In 

Illinois. I. F. Pearson. Ill Ed 31:69-70 N '42 
Reorganization surveys In Illinois. Nation'a 

Sch 28:30 N '41 
Ways to better high schools in Illinois. Illi- 
nois high school principals' association. 

Committee on supervision, pa gratis '41 

Univ. of 111. 

Indiana 

Evaluation of the centralizing tendencies 
in school administration in Indiana since 
1900. P. Lemraon. bibliog i Teach Col J 13: 
55-6-h Ja '42 

Iowa 
Reorganization of school districts in Iowa. 
C. F. Martin. Mid Sch 58:222-f- Ap '44 

Kansas 

Comparative study of the status of public 

school administrators in Kansas. C. W. 

O'Bryant. pa 20c '41 Kan. state teachers 

col, Emporia 
Unit plan of administrative organization In 

Topeka, Kansas. G. Archer. Am Sch Bd J 

107:23-6-(- O '43 

Kentucky 

Securing trained administrators for the pub- 
lic schools of Kentucky. W. C. Lappin. 
bibliog f pa ^43 Ky. Dept. of ed, Frank- 
fort 

Massachusetts 

Educational provisions of city charters in 
Massachusetts and New Jersey cities ex- 
ceeding 100,000 population [thesis] R. H. 
McCobb. bibliog to libs and schs gratis 
'42 Temple univ. 

Local organization for more effective educa- 
tion in Massachusetts. E. E. Fuller, bib- 
liog f Harvard Ed R 13:25-39 Ja '43 

Minnesota 
That Minneapolis survey. G. A. Works; A. V. 
Overn. Nation's Sch 32:16-18 Jl '43 

Missouri 
Improvement of the learning environment 
through organizing school units. W. W. 
Carpenter. Sch & Com 28:96-7 F ^42 

Nebraska 

Plan for the reorganization of administrative 
units for the schools of Nebraska. M. D. 
Bell, bibliog $1.85 '41 Teachers col. 

New Jersey 
Educational provisions of city charters in 
Massachusetts and New Jersey cities ex- 
ceeding 100,000 population [thesis] R. H. 
McCobb. bibliog to libs and schs gratis 
'42 Temple univ. 

New Zealand 
Report of a year's work in education in New 
Zealand. H. C. McQueen. J Ed Xx>ndon 74: 
118-)- Mr '42 

North Carolina 
How fare teachers in a state supported 
school system? W. E. Rosenstengel. Am 
Sch Bd J 107:20 D '43 



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ADMINISTRATION of schools— North Carolina 
— Continued 
Pupil progress in a twelve-year school sys- 
tem. North Carolina. Department of public 
instruction. H Sch J 25:163-9 Ap '42 . 
Some problems relating to the organization 
and administration of the twelve-year plan. 
North Carolina. Department of public in- 
struction. H Sch J 25:121-7 Mr '42 

Ohio 

Changes in administrative positions in Ohio 
public schools. E. W. Anderson. Ed Res B 
22:96-8-1- Ap '43 

Pennsylvania 

County board as a coordinating agent. R. W. 
Robinson. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Education in a na- 
tion at war. p31-8) , , . 

Summan- of the issues involved in unitary 
vs. dual control. J. W. Lewis. (In Penn- 
sylvania. University. School of education. 
Roads to the future. p63-8) 

Rhode Island 
Schools for our children: report of a survey 
of the structure and operation of the Rhode 
Island school system. 2v 16S;20Sp pa ■41-'42 
Rhode Island state lib. State house. Provi- 
dence 

Scotland 
Scottish teachers' proposals; first reactions. 
Times Ed Sup 1460:202 Ap 24 '43 

Southern states 

Administration of state curriculum programs. 
See Southern states work-conference on 
school administrative problems. Improving 
education in the southern states, bul. no5. 
1941 

Improving education in the southern states; 
building a better South through education. 
Southern states work-conference on school 
administrative problems, pa 25c '43 The 
conf. E. L. Slorphet. sec. Tallahassee, Fla; 
Summary. Va J Ed 37:146-7 D '43; Ex- 
cerpts. Sch E.xecutive 63:52-3 P '44 

Improving education in the southern states; 
local responsibility for the organization 
and administration of education. Southern 
states work-conference on school admin- 
istrative problems, pa 25c '43 The conf, 
E. L. Morphet. sec, Tallahassee. Fla. 

Improving education in the southern states; 
relationships between elementary and 
secondary- schools and colleges and univer- 
sities. Southern states work-conference on 
school administrative problems, pa 25c '43 
The conf. E. L. Morphet. sec. Tallahassee, 
na. 

State responsibility for education. See South- 
ern states work-conference on school ad- 
ministrative problems. Improving education 
in the southern states, 1 

Texas 

Curriculum revision and teacher training in 

Laredo school program. W. P. Golligan. 

Tex Outl 25:61-2 Ag '41 
Do Texas school people have the initiative? 

N. J. Heliums. Tex Outl 27:13-14 Ap '43 
How rapidly should the number of school 

administrative units be decreased? M. L. 

Tanner. Tex Outl 25:23-5 Jl '41 
Local administrative unit. W. L. Hughes. 

Tex Outl 27:25 Ap '43 

Vermont 
Development of state school administration 
in Vermont. J. C. Huden. bibliog $4.50 '43 
Vt. historical soe, Montpelier 

Virginia 
Manual of administration for the high schools 
of Virginia. Virginia. State board of edu- 
cation. (Bui. v25 no2) 296p bibliog $1; to 
ed institutions & pub libs gratis '42 The 
bd. Richmond 16 

Vt/ales 

Areas of administration in Wales. Times Ed 

Sup 1420:352 Jl 18 '42 
Discussions in Eisteddfod week; demand for 

autonomy in education. Times Ed Sup 

1476:389 Ag 14 '43 



Washington (state) 
Old districts into new. E. L. Breckner. maps 
Nation's Sch 32:22-4 Ag '43 , . . 

Washington reorganizes its school districts 
for better education. E. L. Breckner. map 
Am Sch Bd J 103:17-19 D '41 
Washington state school district reorganiza- 
tion declared constitutional. E. L. Breck- 
ner. Am Sch Bd J 107:28-9 S '43 
ADMINISTRATION offices 

Layout and equipment of a university busi- 
ness office enlarged to meet new needs. R. 
C. Magrath. (In American school and uni- 
versity. 1942. P298-303) 
Planning the school office — a symposium. (In 
American school and university. 1943. p 188- 
92) 
ADMINISTRATIVE officers of public and 
private schools, Conference of. See Chicago. 
University — Department of education 
ADMINISTRATORS. See Business managers; 
College presidents; Deans; Executives; 
Principals; Superintendents 
ADMISSIONS tax. See Taxation— United 

States 
ADOLESCENCE „ , ,„ 

Adolescence. H. E. Jones. Nations Sch 33: 

29-30 Mr '44 
Adolescence and some problems or youth 
training. C. W. Valentine, bibliog t Brit 
J Ed Psychol 13:57-68 Je '43 
Adolescence ... its stimulations and pat- 
terns. P. A. Bios. Childh Ed 18:79-83 O '41 
Adolescent motivation: sex differences. F. H. 

Lund. Pedagog Sem 64:99-103 Mr '44 
Adolescent singing range. J. C. Wilcox. Ea 
Mus M 22:17+ Ja '43; Same cond. Ed Digest 
8:54-5 Mr '43 
Adolescent status demands and the student 
experiences of twenty schizophrenics. N. J. 
Demerath. bibliog f American Sociological 
Review 8:513-18 O '43 
Adolescents in war time. M. Cowin and A. 
Paulsen. Mental Hygiene 26:418-24 Jl '42 
Adolescents in wartime. M. Krugman. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Sixteentii yearbook, p 105-11) 
Analysis of adolescent adjustment problems. 
E. " M. Howard. Mental Hygiene 25:363-91 
Jl '41 
Back of adolescence lies early childhood. M. 
Mead. Childh Ed 18:58-61 O '41; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 7:17-20 Ja '42 
Bov-girl question. W. V. Richmond, il Par- 
ents Mag 18:18-19-1- N '43 
Broader ends to be attained through reading 
in high schools and junior colleges. P. B. 
Diederich. (In Conference on reading. Co- 
operative effort in schools to improve read- 
ing. p32-8) 
Changing the behavior of adolescent girls. 
V. AV. Lewis, pa $1.25 '43 Archives of 
psychology 
Characteristics, interests, and needs of pu- 
pils that aid in defining the nature and 
scope of the reading program; with special 
reference to high schools and colleges. R. J. 
Havighurst. (In Conference on reading. Ad- 
Justing reading programs to individuals. 
p53-9) „ 

Children's opinions of their classmates. R. 

Bell, bibliog Progres Ed 19:278-83 My '42 
Community schools for adolescents. E. M. 

Blott. New Era 23:128-9 Jl '42 
Decay of educational attainments among 
adolescents after leaving school: a research 
based on the testing of adolescents in two 
army centres. W. D. Wall. Brit J Ed Psy- 
chol 14:19-34 F '44 
Developing competency in America's retard- 
ed adolescents. B. G. Schmidt. Soc Ed 6: 
119-22. 1(;S-71 Mr-Ap '42 
Development in adolescence. H. E. Jones. 

bibliog f $2 '43 Appleton-Century 
Do adolescents need parents? K. W. Taylor. 

il Nat Par-Teach 3G:S-10 S '41 
Effects of early institutional care on adoles- 
cent personality. W. Goldfarb. bibliog 
J Exp Ed 12:106-29 D '43 
Evaluation of adolescent personality by ado- 
lescents. C. M. Trj-on. SI '39 Nat. res. 
council 
Evaluation of personal and social adjustment 
[mimeographed] G. V. Sheviakov and J. 
Friedberg. 2v in 1 pa J2 '39 Progressive ed. 
assn. 



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ADOLESCENCE— Oonemued 

Forty- third yearbook: pi. 1, adolescence. Na- 
tional society tor the study of education, 
bibliog il iJ; pa $2.25 '44 Univ. of Chicago, 
Dept. of cd. 

Functional approach to tlie study of adoles- 
cence. S. S. Marzolf. biljtios f I'eabody J 
Ed 19:343-0 My '42 

Girls of (Iftcen and what they appear to 
value. A. P. Jephcott. J Kd I>ondon 70:113- 
14-f Mr '44 

Give them a chance to grow up. M. M. 
Hagen. il Parents Mag 19:23-t- F '44 

Health for the adolescent. W. W. Bauer, 
il Nat Par-Teach 30:8-10 Ja '42 

Helping adolescents solve their problems. S. 
K. Laycoclt. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 31: 
17-22 S '42; Same cond. Kd Digest 8:32-5 
N '42 

Helping youth to grow. J. G. Kempt. $2 '41 
Bruce pub. 

Necessity of understanding the adolescent as 
a basis for curriculum and guidance. G. V. 
Shevialiov. bibliog f Nat Assn Deans 
Women J 5:7-12 O '41; Same cond. Ed Di- 
gest 7:42-5 D '41 

Normal child and adolescent. H. Y. Mc- 
Clusky. bibliog K Ed Res 13:443-7 D '43 

Personality characteristics and social ac- 
ceptability in adolescence. R. G. Kuhlen 
and B. J. l^ee. bibliog J Ed Psychol 34: 
321-40 S '43 

Personality patterns in adolescence as por- 
trayed by the Rorschacli ink-blot method. 
M. R. Hertz, bibliog Journal of General 
Psychology 28:225-76; 29:3-45 Ap-Jl '43 

Personality patterns in adolescence as por- 
trayed by tlie Rorschach ink-blot method. 
M. R. Hertz and K. Baker, bibliog Journal 
of General Psychology 27:119-88; 28:3-61 
Jl '42. Ja '43 

Project study of mental hygiene. American 
association for health, physical education, 
and recreation. Project committee. .J 
Health & Phys Ed 13:76-7+ F '42 

Psychologj- of adolescence. L,. W. Cole, rev ed 
bibliog $3.25 '42 Farrar 

Readjustments in the school program for the 
adolescent. N. L. Bossing. Sch R 49:42,S-35 
Je '41; Summary. Ed Digest 7:48-9 O '41 

Reflections on the education of the 14-to-18- 
year-olds. M. E. Reeves. New Era 24:1-5 
Ja '43 

Service man and the adolescent girl. J. H. 
S. Bossard. Nat Par-Teach 37:10-12 Ap '43 

Service of youth. O. A. Wheeler, bibliog f 
Brit J Ed Psychol 13:69-73 Je '43 

Sex guidance in wartime. D. McLean and 
W. A. Helfrich. il Nat Parent Teach 38: 
4-6 O -43 

Social implications of modern adolescent 
problems. E. C. Cline. Sch R 49:511-14 S '41 

Some problems of adolescence. J. S. Plant, il 
Nat Par-Teach 36:11-13 D '41 

Some problems of adolescents. L. L. I>a 
Brant and M. Willis. (In National educa- 
tion association. Department of supervisors 
and directors of instruction. Mental health 
in the classroom; thirteenth yearbook, 
p 174-S7) 

Spontaneous drawings of adolescents. E. B. 
Hurlock. bibliog Pedagog Sem 63:141-56 
S '43 

Survey of recent studies in the nieasurement 
of personality, attitudes, and interests, of 
adolescents. W. U. Snyder, bibliog Journal 
of General Psychology 25:403-20 O '41 

Teaching the teens. H. Betelle. il Etude 59: 
366-1- Je '41 

Teen-age problems. See monthly numbers of 
Parents' magazine 

Teens need confidence. D. Soler. il Par M 
17:31+ N '42 

They call them crushes, P. B. Popenoe. il 
Par M 17:36-H Ap '42 

Underlying principles of the changing boy 
voice. A. H. Mollmann. diags Ed 5lus Mag 
23:20-2+ S '43 

Understanding the adolescent. W. A, 
Brownell. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Coordination of school 
and community. p242-5) 

University high school studv of adolescents; 
an investigation sponsored by the General 
education board and directed in the in- 
terest of guidance service and curriculum 
development; characteristics of high school 
students. Univ H Sch J 19:177-219 Je "41 



What about petting? D. M. Anderson, Par M 

18:26-7+ Ag '43 
What lies boliind good pupil morale? K. W. 

Taylor, bibliog f Ed 63:368-78 F '43 
Wlicn fifteen and fifty disagree. A. W. M. 

Wolf. 11 Nat Parent Teach 38:4-6 Ja '44 
When little girls grow up. E. E. Mellon. 

il Parents Mag 18:30-1+ S "43 
See also 
Boys ' High school students 

Girls Youth 

ADOPTION 

Current trends in foster-parent education. L, 

Wildy, Social Service Review 10:462-76 S 

'42 

See also 

Foster children 
ADRIANCE, Robert I. 

What economics in high school? Sec Ed 11: 
1-3 N '43 
ADSORPTION 

Demonstration of adsorption. G. W. Smith, 
diag J Chem Ed 18:432 S '41 
ADULT education 

Adult education. J. V. Bieler. Sierra Ed N 
40:22-3 Jlr '44 

Adult education, W, C, Hallenbeck. bibliog 
50c "41 Bellman pub. co, inc. 6 Park st. 
Boston 

Adult education. H. M, Hamlin, bibllos HI 
Ed 32:103-4 D '43 

Adult education, R. S. Lambert, Sch (El ed 
and Sec ed) 29:883 Je '41 

Adult education, American association of 
Junior colleges. Committee on junior col- 
lege adult education. Jun Col J 13:447-8 
My '43 

Adult education and the aged J. T. Landis. 
Adult Ed B 6:106-8 Ap '42 

Adult education and the American Negro, 
S. A. Madden. Adult Ed B 5:136-9 Je '41 

Adult education and the United nations. F. 
Borinski. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 34: 
16-20 Ag '43 

Adult education during the sixty years' war. 
H. R. W. Benjamin. J Adult Ed 13:359-64 
O '41 

Adult education in a democracy. J, O, Gross, 
Peabody J Ed 20:351-8 My '43 

Adult education in action. Adult Ed B 6:146- 
50 Je '42 

Adult education in crisis; panel discussion. 
J Adult Ed 13:270-6 Je '41 

Adult education in review. L,. L. Bryson, II 
Nation's Sch 28:34-5 Ag '41 

Adult education in the evening junior col- 
lege. C. O. Houle. Sch R 49:595-602 O '41 

Adult education in the postwar world. L. P. 
Bradford and K. D. Benne. Adult Ed B 6: 
131-4 Je '42 

Adult education project of the W.P.A. 
I. J. Solemnick. H Points 23:74-5 D Ml 

Adult education — whose responsibility? C. A. 
Thornton. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Coordination of school 
and community. p214-19) 

Adult education — whv? T. A. Van Sant. bib- 
liog f Baltimore B Ed 19:1-8 S '41 

Adult in classes in literature. C. E. Avery. 
Col Engl 3:271-9 D '41 

American co-operatives and adult education. 
C. M. Wieting. World Assn Adult Ed B 
2d s 26:6-10 Ag '41 

Army venture into adult education; report 
on the army orientation courses given at 
the Command and general staff school. Fort 
Leavenworth. Kan, K. Young. Sch & Soc 
57:546-8 My 8 '43 

Business education must meet the' challenge 
of the war and postwar eras in adult edu- 
cation. A. S. Massell. (In Eastern com- 
mercial teachers' association. Sixteenth 
yearbook. p53-8) 

Call for national leadership. L. P. Bradford. 
Adult Ed B 6:35-6 D '41 

Chronicle of progress in adult education. Sch 
& Soc 56:261-2 S 26 '42 

Church's potertial in adult education. P. 
L. Vogt. Int J Relig Ed 18:11+ F '42 

Coming vear. L. P. Bradford. Adult Ed Bui 
8:10-17 O '43 

Common problems; general purpose in adult 
education. D. L. MacKaye. Adult Ed B 
6:186-7 Ag '42 



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ADULT education — Continued 

Community organization and adult education. 
E. de S. Brunner and others. $3 '42 Univ. 
of N.C. press 

Communitv programs of adult education. 
Adult Ed Bui 8:70-82 F '44 

Community resources; the public school. G. 
C. Mann. Adult Ed B 6:151-2 Ag '42 

Dime book reviews. World Assn Adult Ed B 
2d s 32:12-13 F '43 

Djinn in the bottle. D. F. C. Fisher. J Adult 
Ed 13:349-52 O '41 

Education ends at IS. P. H. Sheats. Ed 
Leadership 1:404-6 Ap '44 

Education of the adult. Times Ed Sup 1414; 
271 Je 6 '42 

Educational consumer appraisfe.? the evening 
school. Connecticut. Department of educa- 
tion. Division of research and planning. 
(Bui. no8 1941) 50p '41 The dept. Hartford 

Educational measures before Congress. Ed 
Vic 2:27-8 Mr 3 '44 

Educationtil rehabilitation classes for illit- 
erate registrants. F. K. Wetmore. Adult 
Ed Bui S:37-S D '43; Same. Ed Diggst 
9:57-9 Ap '44 

Educational role of libraries. American li- 
brarv association. Adult education board. 
Am Lib Assn Kul 37:340-52 O 15 '43 

Elementary education of adults. R. Kotinsky. 
'41 Am. assn. for adult ed. 

End of an epoch. J. A. Northcutt. (In Na- 
tional university extension association. 
Proceedings, 1942. p 136-9) 

Factors which contribute toward regular at- 
tendance in the comprehensive adult 
schools. R. L. Amsberry. Ag Ed M 15:131 
Ja '43 

Finding and meeting family needs; an effec- 
tive plan of adult education. J. P. Schmidt. 
Int J Relig Ed 18:12-13 S '41 

Findings of the first — fourth annual Con- 
ferences, 1939-1942. Conference on adult 
education and the Negro. 4v ea 25c '39-'42 
The conf, W. M. Cooper, sec. Hampton inst, 
Hampton, Va. 

Flexibility is essential. B. K. Farnsworth. 
Nation's Sch 28:48 Ag "41 

For international citizenship. A. Meiklejohn. 
Adult Ed J 2:44-7 Ja '43 

Frontiers of American culture. J. T. Adams, 
bibliog $2.50 '44 Scribner 

George P. Hambrecht; leader in adult educa- 
tion. C. L.. Greiber. Adult Ed BtU 8:83-4 F 
'44 

Home economics for loyal evacuees. A. B. 
Marsh. J Plome Econ 35:567-8 N '43 

How a survey in adult education was used. 
A. M. Krost. J Home Econ 34:365-6 Je '42 

I'm still learning. M. I. Point, il Independent 
Woman 20:299-f O '41 

Indians on the peace path. L. "W. Adams. 
J Adult Ed 13:243-8 Je '41 

Isotype institute and adult education. O. 
Neurath. il World Assn Adult Ed Bui 2d s 
31:12-17 N '42 

Japanese become Americans; adult education 
at the Gila River relocation project. M. 
Kehoe. Adult Ed J 3:55-9 Ap '44 

Junior college and the adult student. T. 
Hillway. J Adult Ed 13:388-91 O '41 

Library for adult educators. Wilson Lib B 
16:842 Je '42 

Library orients tlie citizen. E. M. Danton. 
Am Lib Assn B 36:598-606 O 1 '42 

Literacy training for r'egistrants. Ed Vic 2:15 
N 1 '43 

Local and regional adult education meetings. 
Adult Ed J 2:72-6 Ap '43 

Look into the future. L. R. Alderman. Adult 
Ed B 7:35-8 D '42 

Marks' of readable style. R. F. Flesch. bib- 
liog $1.85 '43 Teachers col; Summary. 
Teach Col Rec 45:422-3 Mr '44 

New needs for adult education. E. C. Linde- 
man. Annals of the American Academy of 
Political and Social Science 231:115-22 Ja 
•44 

Notable conference on adult education. New 
York city. May 19-20. Sch & Soc 57:533-4 
My S '43 

On adult education for democracy. H. A. 
Overstreet. Sch & Soc 59:231 Ap 1 '44 



Organization and administration of the local 
sctiool system; need for cooperation be- 
tween the school and other community 
agencies. S. Cooper, bibliog K Ed lies 13: 
355-8 O '43 

Place of the museum in adult education. M. 

A. Cartwright. (In National .society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P683-5) 

Plea for a peoples university on the radio 
and screen. M. ilonrad. Social Studies 35: 
51-7 F '44 

Postwar professional continuation education. 
J. M. Nolle, bibliog f Annals of the Amer- 
ican Academy of Political and Social Sci- 
ence 231:105-14 Ja '44 

Presidential address. H. W. Chase. Adult 
Ed J 1:111-13 Jl '42 

Privilege of leadership. B. W. Overstreet. 
J Adult Ed 13:249-52 Je '41 

Problems and issues with reference to teach- 
ing procedures in distributive education; 
adult distributive subjects. J. Milligan. 
(In National business teachers association. 
Problems and issues in business education; 
seventh yearbook. p260-5) 

Professional attitude toward adult education. 
C. O. Houle. Adult Ed Bui 8:11-12 O '43 

Program for out-of-school youth. G. C. Mann. 
Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:189 

Program for sports. C. B. Park. Nation's 
Sch 28:40 Ag '41 

Providing educational opportunity for adults. 
P. H. Sheats. (In National education as- 
sociation. Department of supervision and 
curriculum development. Toward a new 
curriculum; 1944 yearbook, p 123-38) 

Psychology' of adult learning. G. E. Hill. 
Phi Delta Kappan 24:314-15-t- Ap '42 

Public library and adult education. L. E. 
Brown. Am Lib Assn B 35:372-6 Je '41 

PMablic library discussion meetings. J. M. 
Chancellor, bibliog Am Lib Assn B 36: 
24-33 Ja '42 

Public schools and postwar adult education. 
H. J. Ponitz. Adult Ed Bui 8:46-50 D '43 

Readers' advisers at work. J. M. Flexner and 

B. C. Hopkins, bibliog 75c '41 Am. assn. 
for adult ed. 

Regional conference on adult education. May 
19-20. Sch & Soc 57:690-2 Je 19 '43 

Results tell the story. F. S. DeGalan. il 
Nation's Sch 28:38-9 Ag '41 

Role of the school in community education. H. 
W. Nisonger. pa 10c '40 Ohio state univ. 

School for Americans. World Assn Adult Ed 
B 2d s 32:17-20 F '43 

School for Americans: an essay in adult ed- 
ucation [mimeographed] J. W. Powell. 75c 
'42 Am. assn. for adult ed. 

School for groWn-ups, too. C. A. Lee. Sch 
Executive 60:30 Ag '41 

Schooling for groT\'Ti-ups. Newsweek 18:73 O 
20 '41 

Some psychological observations on adult 
education. J. C. McElhannon. Tex Outl 26: 
29-30 Ag '42 

Suggested studies in adult education. M. A. 
Cartwright. Teach Col Rec 43:618-24 My '42 

Suggested studies in adult education. Teach- 
ers college, Columbia university. Institute 
of adult education, gratis '42 Teachers col. 

Technics in adult speech instruction. E. 
Palzer. Adult Ed B 6:44-5 D '41 

Toward an enlightened citizenry; the six- 
teenth annual report for the year ending 
July 31, 1941. American library association. 

■ Adult education board, bibliog f Am Lib 
Assn B 35:559-65 O 15 '41 

Universal need of adult education. T. G. 
Masarvk. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 26: 
1-5 Ag '41 

University extension in adult education. C. O. 
■Thompson. $2 '43 Nat. univ. ext. assn, 
Bloomington. Ind. 

War and peace adult education program. C. 
H. Woodruff, il Am Sch Bd J 108:21-2 P '44 

What every schoolboy doesn't know. M. J. 
Adler. Sec Ed 11:14 F '44 

What plan is your community making today 
for adult education tomorrow? G. H. Fern. 
Sch Manag 13:130 Ja '44 

When X day comes for the Negro. W. M. 
Cooper. Adult Ed J 3:60-1 Ap '44 

Workshop for democracy. P. G. Stensland. 
Adult Ed J 1:26-9 Ja '42 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ADULT education — Continurd 

World adult educational venture. E. F. 

Chnmpncss. World Assn Adult Kd B 2d s 26: 

n-14 As '41 
See also 

Adult education. Moving pictures In 

Kural adult education 

Adult education National education 

councils association — De- 

Agricultural evening partment of adult 

schools education 

Alumni education Parent education 

American association Prison schools 

for adult education Radio in adult cdu- 

British institute of cation 

adult education Readinc — Remedial 

Canadian association teachlnc — Adults 

for adult education Relisrious education — 

Civilian conservation Adult 

corps Shorewood, Wiscon- 

Community school for sin — Opportunity 

adults, Springfield, school 

Illinois Teachers college. 

Farmers — Education Columbia university 

Forums — Institute of adult 

Illiteracy education 

Immigrants In the United .States — Army 

United States — — Education 

Education Workers' education 

Lyceums World association for 
adult education 

Administration 

Administration of adult education. F. A. 
Cavenagh. J Ed London 75:499-501 N '43 

Coordinated community group action Is func- 
tional adult education. B. L. Smith. Adult 
Ed B 7:113-16 Ap '43 

School responsibilities for adult education 
during the war and after. R. L*. Pounds. 
Ohio Sch 21:202-3-1- My '43 

Survey of purposes and personnel administra- 
tion of adult education in California. W. 
C. Crawford. (Bui. v 11 no4) 18p pa '42 
Calif. Dept. of ed, Sacramento 

Aims and objectives 
Adult education — its aims. E. A. Corbett. Ed 
Digest 7:40-1 D '41 

Bibliography 
Good references, adult education. United 

States. Offlce of education. (Hibliog. no64) 

ISp pa '41 U.S. Office of ed. 
Literature of adult education. R. A. Beals 

and L. Brody. $2 '41 Am. assn. for adult 

ed. 
Readings in adult education. W. C. Hallen- 

beck and W. J. Pitt. Nation's Sch 27:C2-f- 

Je '41 
Selected references on the organization of 

secondary education: adult education. G. 

N. Kefauver and D. McNaughton, comps. 

Sch R 50:599 O '42 
Selected references on the organization of 

secondary education: adult education. G. 

N. Kefauver and R. R. Palm, comps. Sch 

R 49:627-8 O '41 
Selected references on the organization of 

secondary education; adult education. G. 

N. Mackenzie and O. T. Richardson, comps. 

Sch R 51:498-9 O '43 

Curriculum 
Chaftey philosophy: education for all. C. J. 

Booth. Jun Col J 14:99-102 N '43 
Experiment in adult education. D. L. Mac- 

Kaye. Calif J Sec Ed 18:100-2 F '43 
Greenville's adult education program serves 

public needs and demands. L. W. Ross and 

L. Boozer, Jr. 11 Am Sch Bd J 103:20-1 

D '41 
History; the key subject in adult education. 

E. A. Lyle. Adult Ed 16:7-15 S '43 
Learning for ladies. S. A. M. Dorsey. Ed 

Forum 7:197-200 Mr '43 
Meeting adult needs in Radnor. H. C. Cruetz- 

berg. (In Pennsylvania. University. School 

of education. Coordination of school and 

community. p225-7) 
New courses in adult education at Hunter 

college. Sch & Soc 58:301 O 16 '43 
One-third of Modesto's adults go to college. 

W. M. Pugh. Jun Col J 14:197-9 Ja '44 



Philadelphia — physically flt; program for adulta 
and out-of-school youth. G. W. Mueller 
and M. A. Gable. 11 Sch Executive 62:31-2 
Ja '43 

Plans for course of study revision. C. E. 
Frelmann. Baltimore B Ed 19:44-6 S "41 

Science and art of thought; a proposal for 
adult classes. D. Crowther. World Assn 
Adult Ed B 2d s 33:9-14 My '43 

Social Illiteracy; public enemy number one. 
M. Starr. Adult Ed Bui 7:135-6 Je '43 

Study .'^panish this year. Mrs E. T. Dean. 
Hlspanla 26:78-80 F '43 

That men may be free. O. L. Plunder. 
J Adult Ed 13:353-8 O '41 

War-time adult schools in small communi- 
ties. C. C. Cope. Calif J Sec Ed 18:79-82 
F '43 

Finance 

Federal aid for the education of adult Il- 
literates. G. L. Maxwell. Nat Ed Assn Proc 
1942:92 

Meeting adult needs. J. H. Frazler. (In 
Pennsylvania. University. School of educa- 
tion. Coordination of school and community. 
p221-4) 

History 
Scottish-American pioneer (Thomas David- 
son, 1840-1900) W. E. Styler. World Assn 
Adult Ed B 2d s 32:7-11 F '43 

Subject matter 
Broader basis for adult education: some fields 
for exploration. A. C. Ford. Times Ed Sup 
1438:564 .M 21 '42 

Supervision 
Supervision of education for out-of-school 
youth and adults as a function of state de- 
partments of education. United States. 
Office of education. (Bui. 1940 no6. Mono- 
graph no 12) 85p pa 15c '41 Supt. of doc. 

Teacher training 
Common problems: training teachers of 

adults. H. M. Hamlin. Adult Ed B 6:190-1 

Ag 42 
Opportunities for the professional study of 

adult education — 1942. C. O Houle. Adult 

Ed B 6:99-103 Ap '42 
Opportunities for the professional study of 

adult education — 1943. C. O. Houle. Adult 

Ed B 7:104-9 Ap '43 
Opportunities for the professional study of 

adult education — 1944. C. O. Houle. Adult 

Ed Bui 8:106-10 Ap '44 
Training of teachers for adult education. M. 

Starr. Teach Ed J 5:87-93 D '43 
Training volunteers for adult education. R. 

Sillars. Adult Ed J 1:106-8 Jl '42 

Teachers 

Adult teachers: masters of many trades. F. 
M. Yockey. Sch Executive 63:31-2+ N '43 

Certification of teachers and leaders in public 
adult education. A. W. Castle. Adult Ed B 
6:46-9 D '41 

What teachers of adults learn. E. O. Purtee. 
J Adult Ed 13:417-20 O '41 

Where do we get teachers for adult classes? 
F. M. Tockey. Calif J Sec Ed 18:69-70 
F '43 

Teacher's manuals 

Homemaking education for adults and out- 
of-school youth: a handbook for teachers 
of a continuing education program. Florida. 
Department of education. (Bui. no43) 88p 
bibliog 11 diags pa '43 The dept. Tallahassee 

Teaching aids and devices 
Brains trust technique; an educational pat- 
tern. Times Ed Sup 1476:393 Ag 14 '43 
Visual and auditory aids to adult education. 
Adult Ed Bui 8:61-2 D '43 

Teaching methods 
Written work in adult education. D. 
Crowther. Adult Ed 15:189-94 Je '43 

Textbooks 
Elementary education for adults. A. A. Owens 
and W. Sharlip. pa $1 '43 Winston 

Value 

Why adult education? Adult Ed B 6:164-80 
Ag '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



25 



ADULT education — Continued 
War aspects 
Adjusting programs to war. W. Fisher. Adult 

Ed J 2:114-17 Jl '43 
Adult education and civilian defense: lour 
conimunity programs. Adult Ed B 7:74-7 

Adult education and community defense. H. 

O. Eiken. Adult Ed Bui 7:186 Ag '43 
Adult education and defense. Sch & Soc 54: 

389-92 N 1 '41 
Adult education and defense. E. Minderman. 

Ed 62:624-7 Je '42 
Adult education and the war on the home 

front. W. D. Cocking and J. B. Berry. 

Adult Ed Bui 7:147-9 Je '43 
Adult education for civilian defense. A. J. 

Wilson, bibliog f J Ed Soc 15:339-47 F "42 
Adult education for civilian defense and 

war problems. D. J. Heathcote. Adult Ed 

Bui 7:184-5 Ag '43 „ ,, 

Adult education for victory and peace. P. H. 

Sheats. J Ed Sociol 17:28-35 S '43; Same 

cond. Ed Digest 9:54-6 O '43 
Adult education goes to war. D. Hewitt. 

AdiUt Ed J 2:48-52 Ja '43 
Adult education in wartime. Adult Ed J 2:2- 

43 Ja '43 
Adult education in wartime. H. Derrickson. 

Sch & Soc 57:403-4 Ap 10 '43 
Adult education in wartime Britain. C. S. 

AVilliams. Adult Ed B 7:67-70 F '43 
Adult ^education programs and facilities for 

the armed forces. F. J. Brown. Am Assn 

Col Reg J 17:444-54 JI '42; Same cond. 

Ed Digest 8:14-16 S '42 
Changed emphasis in adult education. G. C. 

Mann. Calif J Sec Ed 18:72-5 F '43 
Colorado colleges co-operate. C. G. Houston. 

J Higher Ed 14:153-4 Mr '43 
Community programs of adult education for 

war and defense. Adult Ed Bui 7:180-6 

Ag '43 
Cost of illiteracy: 15 army divisions. J. Deiss. 

il Christian Science Monitor Weekly Maga- 
zine Section p6-f Ag 15 '42 
End of an epoch. W. G. Bowling. (In Nation- 
al university extension association. Pro- 
ceedings. 1942. p 132-6) 
New challenge to adult civic education. P. H. 

Sheats. Sch & Soc 55:660-1 Je 13 '42 
Opportunities for adult education during the 

current school vear. H. Kempfer. Am Sch 

Bd J 105:15-16 D '42 
Organization adapted to war-time needs. E. 

C. Jones. Calif J Sec Ed 18:76-8 F '43 
People's war and a people's future. R. G. 

Sproul. Adult Ed Bui 7:174-7 Ag '43 
Problem of training the volunteer in com- 

munitv war work. M. Mead. Sch & Soc 5C: 

520-2 N 28 '42 
Retooling and rearming for peace. J. Mar- 
shall. Sch & Soc 55:681-3 Je 20 '42 
Social-civic education in war time. L. Jones. 

Calif J Sec Ed 18:37-9 F '43 
War situation and adult education. E. de S. 

Brunner and others. Teach Col Rec 44:267- 

74 Ja *43 
W^artime adult education. W. H. C. Laves. 

Adult Ed Bui 7:150-2 Je '43 
War-time adult schools in small communi- 
ties. C. C. Cope. Calif J Sec Ed 18:79-82 

F '43 

Africa 
Christian adult education in rural Asia and 

Africa. T. H. P. Sailer, bibliog $1.25; pa 

75c '43 Friendship press, 156 5th av, N.Y. 

Argentina 
People's universities in the Argentine. J. 
Castillejo y Duarte. World Assn Adult Ed 
B 2d s 27:15-18 N '41 

Asia 
Christian adult education in rural Asia and 
Africa. T. H. P. Sailer, bibliog J1.25; pa 
75c '43 Friendship press. 156 5th av. N.T. 

British Columbia 
Preliminary study of adult education in Brit- 
ish Columbia. 1941. British Columbia. Pub- 
lic library commission, pa '42 The comm. 
Parliament bidgs. Victoria, B.C. 

California 
Adult education at San Bernardino. N. P. 
Coy. Jun Col J 14:260-4 F '44 



Adult education at Sacramento. J. E. Car- 
penter. Jun Col J 14:12-16 S '43 

Changed emphasis in adult education. G. C. 
Mann. Calif J Sec Ed 18:72-5 F '43 

Modesto goes to school. I. B. De Pencier. 
Bl Sch J 44:385-6 Mr '44 

People's college at San Mateo. C. S. Morris. 
Jun Col J 14:148-52 D '43 

R6le of the junior college in adult education. 
J. E. Carpenter. Calif J Sec Ed 18:83-5 
F '43 

Survey of purposes and personnel administra- 
tion of adult education in California. W. C. 
Crawford. (Bui. v 11 no4) 18p pa '42 Calif. 
Dept. of ed, Sacramento 

Canada 

Adult education in the Canadian armed 
forces. R. A. Browne. Ed Forum 7:167-8 
Ja '43 

Canada's citizens' forum. Adult Ed J 3:15 
Ja '44 

Education and propaganda. W. Thompson. 
Canadian Forum 21:328-31 F '42 

University of Saskatchewan and adult edu- 
cation. S. M. Eastman. World Assn Adult 
Ed B 2d s 34:10-13 Ag '43 
See also 

Canadian legion — 
Educational serv- 
ices 

Ceylon 

Adult education in Ceylon. K. S. Arulnandhy. 
World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 28:5-7 F '42 

Connecticut 
Connecticut's citizens' councils. R. C. 

Deming. Adult Ed J 3:62 Ap '44 
Public learns of education. A. G. Grace. 11 

Nation's Sch 28:45-6 Ag '41 

Czechoslovakia 
Adult education in Czechoslovakia. V. Pat- 
zak. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 25:22-7 
My '41 

Denmark 

People's college, its contributions and its 
application to American education and 
conditions. P. H. Holm-Jensen. Jl '39 
Danish Lutheran pub. house, 200 6th st, 
Blair, Neb. 
See also 

Folk high schools — 
Denmark 

Far East 

Problem of adult education in the Far East. 
G. W. Keeton. J Ed London 75:564-J- D '43 

Georgia 
Descent from Olympus. Sch & Soc 57:494-5 
My 1 '43 

Germany 

German volksbildungsbewegung; adult educa- 
tion under the Weimar republic. F. Borin- 
ski. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 30:1-10 
Ag '42 

Great Britain 
Administration of adult education. F. A. 

Cavenagh. J Ed London 75:499-501 N '43 
Adult education. Times Ed Sup 1450:79 F 13 

'43 
Adult education. Times Ed Sup 1479:427 S 

4 '43 
Adult education. R. Livingstone. J Ed Lon- 
don 75:449 O '43 
Adult education. M. Michael and I. Michael. 

New Era 23:164-5 N '42 
Adult education and the people's peace. W. 

E. Styler. Adult Ed 16:27-31 S '43 
Adult education as a social activity. Nature 

149:391-3 Ap 11 '42 
Adult education at firm of Peter Jones. L. 

Nadhar. Adult Ed 15:95-7 D '42 
Adult education in H.M. forces; the Central 

advisory council and regional committees. 

B. A. Teaxlee. Adult Ed 13:199-204 Je '41 
Adult education in London. T. G. Williams. 

J Ed London 75:451-3 O '43 
Adult education in Norfolk villages. L. M. 

Springall. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 28: 

1-5 F '42 
Adult education in war and after. J. H. 

Nicholson. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 25: 

6-17 My '41 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ADULT education— Ort-al Hiltain — Continued 
Adult education in wartime Jirltaln. !•". A. 
Cavenanh. Soh .V: Soi; 08:4D-52 Jl 21 '43 

Keialion of the labor unions to adult educa- 
tion In liritaiii; reply to i\ A. Cavcnagh. 
M. Starr. Soh ^: Soc 58:109 Ag 14 '43 
Adult education in wartime Britain. C. S. 

Williams. Adult Kd U 7:67-70 F '43 
Adult education: its place in post-war so- 
ciety. Adult Kd 10:35-91 D '43 
Adult eduiulion now; planninc the new order. 

Times Kil Sup 1404:149 Mr 28 '42 
Amenities in air-raid shelters. M. h,. King. 

Adult Kd 13:222-3 Je '41 
Association of tutors In adult education. F. 
J. -McCulloch. World Assn Adult Ed li 2d 8 
34:1-9 As '43 , . . . ,. 

Ueveridge plan for adult education.' Adult 

Ed 16:104-12 Mr '44 (t6 be conl) 
Britain educates tor peace. Newsweek 22: 
73-4 D 20 '43 
• Britain looks ahead: the white paper's pro- 
posals for adult education. M. A. Cart- 
wrieht and G. liurch. Adult Ed J 3:16-17 
Ja '44 

British residential colleges; education for 
the adult wage-earner. M. K. Ashby. Times 
Ed Sup 1450:75 F 13 '43 ^^ 

Citizen centres for adult education. Educa- 
tional settlements association. 6d '43 The 
assn. 8 Endsleigh gardens, London WC 1 
Citizenship and CD. S. Spender. Specta- 
tor 169:571 D 18 '42 

Co-operation and adult education after the 
war. J. Thomas, pa 4d '43 Co-operative 
union ltd. Holyoake liouse, Hanover st, 
Manchester 4, England 

Development of adult education. Times Ed 
Sup 1381:497 O 18 '41 „ . „ 

Developments in adult education. B. A. Yeax- 
lee. Nature 149:504-6 My 2 '42 

Di.-^cussion on adult education. Impmgton 
village college. July 12th, 1941. H. C. 
Wiltshire. Adult Ed 14:50-5 S '41 

Disinterestedness of war workers. S. Spender. 
New Statesman and Nation 23:382 Je 13 42 

Educational policy is social policy: community 
service in Durham. Times Ed Sup 13o8:220 
My 10 '41 , , , 

Educational reconstruction; adult education. 
Nature 152:483-6 O 30 '43 

Educational settlements. W. Hazelton. Adult 
Ed 13:212-17 Je '41 „ ^ ^ _ ,^ _,. 

Front-line university. P. Cadzow. Adult Ed 
J 2:118-19 Jl '43 

Future in education. R. W. Livmgstone. 3s 
6d '41 Cambridge univ. press 

Future of adult education; inadequate provi- 
sion In the white paper. Times Ed Sup 
1479:429 S 4 '43 . ^^ 

Learning at leisure; adult education in the 
Y.W.C.A. of Great Britain. G. Liddle. 
World Assn Adult Ed Bui 2d s 36:12-19 F 
'44 

Letchworth settlement in wartime. J. Short. 
World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 25:2-5 My '41 

Libraries and adult education. Times Ed Sup 
1477;404 Ag 21 '43 

National council of social service; demand 
and supply in informal education. G. A. 
Stevens. Adult Ed 13:209-11 Je '41 

New forms of adult education. Times Ed 
Sup 1392:9 Ja 3 '42 

Note on adult education in rural areas. H. 
Morris-Jones. Adult Ed 16:120-6 Mr '44 

Opportunity for local education authorities. 
W. E. Styler. Adult Ed 15:11-15 S '42 

People's colleges. E. Handasyde. Times Ed 
Sup 1469:307 Je 20 '43 

People's colleges for residential adult educa- 
tion. Educational settlements association. 
Cd '43 The assn, 8 Endsleigh gardens, Lon- 
don W^C 1 

People's colleges; plan for residential adult 
education. Times Ed Sup 1453:112 Mr 6 '43 

Post-war adult education. Adult Ed 15:10-11 
S '42 

Post-war adult education. J Ed London 75: 
453-4 O '43 

Purpose of residential settlements. Times Ed 
Sup 1471:332 Jl 10 '43 

Reconstruction through adult education. J. 
H. Hlgginson. Adult Ed 14:13-22 S '41 

Re-educating the educated. R. B. McCal- 
lum. Quarterly Review 280:87-101 Ja '43 

Residential adult education in Britain. J. 
Dudley. Adult Ed 14:70-6 D '41 



Social aspects of adult education. Times Ed 

Sup 1398:77 F 14 42 
Some lessons of army education. T. Kelly. 

Adult Kd 13:107-73 Je '41 
Townswonicn's guilds in the second year 

of war. G. Horion. Adult Ed 13:218-20 

Je '41 
Universities and adult education. G. W. 

Keeton. J Ed London 75:449-51. 501-4 O-N 

'43 
War and adult education. F. A. Cavenagh. 

Nation's Sch 30:25 N "42 
W.E.A. annual and special conference. Times 

Kd Sup 1420:350 Jl 18 42 
W.K.A. experimental work with the A.T.S. 

Adult Ed 14:48-50 S '41 
Y.M.C.A. and adult education, E. Barker. 

World Assn Adult Kd B 2d s 32:1-7 F "43 
Youth service and adult education. P. F. R. 

Venables. Times Ed Sup 1471:329 Jl 10 '43 
See also 
Hillcroft college for 

working women, 

Surbiton, England 

Illinois 
Discussion clinics for Illinois leaders. Lw B. 

Brown and others. Adult Ed Bui 8:39-41 D 

■43 
In Illinois. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d B 

31:17-20 N '42 

India 
Work in Bombay. World Assn Adult Ed B 
2d s 34:13-15 Ag '43 

Iowa 

Comprehensive program of adult education as 
a responsibility of the teacher of agri- 
culture. R. W. Gruenwald. Ag Ed M 14:150 
F '42 

Sac City community adult education. M. R. 
Clark. 11 Am Sch Bd J 107:21-2 S '43; 
Same cond. Mid Sch 57:227-1- Ap '43 

Where grownups go to school. G. M. Ellis. 
11 Hotarian 60:40-3 Mr '42 

Louisiana 
Spanish for adults in Louisiana. W. C. Zel- 
lars. Hispania 27:51 F '44 

Maryland 
Adult education in the Douglass evening 

high school. S. L. Taylor and H. L. 

Hucles. 11 Baltimore B Ed 19:12-16 S '41 
Consumer education for adults. Ed Vic 1:12 

Je 1 '43 
Learning for fun at Forest Park evening 

school. S. M. Becker and H. R. Manakee. 

11 Baltimore B Ed 19:38-42 S '41 
St John's college adult education plan. World 

Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 28:11-16 F '42 

Massachusetts 

Adult civic education — a state program. M. 
L. Guyton. J Ed Sociol 17:42-6 S '43 

Educational opportunities of Greater Boston. 
Prospect union educational exchange, Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts. 2v ea 50c '42-'43 
The exchange 

Mexico 
Mexican scheme of adult education. World 
Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 28:16-19 F '42 

Michigan 
Michigan passes adult education bill. Adult 
Ed Bui 8:115 Ap '44 

Minnesota 

Adult education's graduate school. J. M. 

Nolte. J Higher Ed 13:117-23 Mr '42 

Missouri 
Washington university adult study center; 
with discussion. W. G. Bowling. (In Na- 
tional university extension association. Pro- 
ceedings. 1941. p 167-75) 

New York (state) 

Civic defense in New York state. J. W. 
Herring. Adult Ed B 6:3-5 O '41 

Education: a never-ending process; with spe- 
cial reference to the facilities and condi- 
tions of adult education in New York city. 
M. Starr. Free World 6:65-9 Jl '43 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



27 



ADULT education — New York (state) — Cont. 

Post-war adult education in New York city: 
toward a tax-supported plan; report 
[mimeographed] New York adult education 
council. '44 The council. 254 4th av. N.Y. 10 

Reports, for the school years ending- June 
30. 1939, 1940. New York (state) Education 
department. Division of adult education and 
library extension. (Bui. nos 1213, 1245) 2nos 
157-169, 405-439:173-439p •41-'43 Univ. of 
the state of N.Y. 

Newfoundland 

News from Newfoundland. Mrs E. JI. Far- 
well. World .A.ssn .\dult Ed B 2d s 33:1-2 
My '43 

Thou beside me in the wilderness. F. M. 
O'Neill. Adult Ed J 2:130-8 Jl "43 
North Caroiina 

Adult education in North Carolina. North 
Carolina. Department of public instruction. 
(Pub. no242) 43p 10c '42 The dept. Raleigh 

Norway 
Adult education in Norway. O. M. Devik. 
J Ed London 75:514-f- N '43 

Ontario 

Laborer-teacher at work. H. C. McWilliam. 

J Adult Ed 13:42S-9 O '41 
New school for rural Ontario. R. H. Mack- 

lem. Sch (EI ed and Sec ed) 29:780-2 

Mv '41 ^ 

Rural teacher and the Farm radio forum. C. 

P. Matthews. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32: 

676-7 Ap '44 

Pennsylvania 

Adult education in Philadelphia; a coopera- 
tive enterprise. A. A. Owens. Adult Ed 
Bui 8:42-5 D '43 

Joining the Junto; problem in library co- 
operation. A. T. Hamlin, il Wilson Lib 
B 16:360-3 Ja '42 

Philadelphia junto. World Assn Adult Ed B 
2d s 33:14-18 My '43 

Quebec (province) 
Pattern for adult education. A. Ross. Cana- 
dian Forum 22:50-3 My '42 

Scandinavia 
Colleges for the people. R. W. Livingstone. 
Spectator 170:71 Ja 22 '43 

Scotland 

Adult education. Times Ed Sup 1415:279 Je 

13 '42 
Adult education in Scotland. Times Ed Sup 

1381:497 O 18 '41 
Adult education in Scotland. J. L. Hardie. 

J Ed London 75:554-5 D '43 
Mansion houses for adult education; a Scot- 
tish experiment. Times Ed Sup 1450:77 F 13 

'43 
New tillage amid the granite. S. S. Mackay. 

World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 25:18-21 

My '41 
Reflections froin a military hospital. C. Kemp. 

Adult Ed 14:176-85 Je '42 
See also 
Newbattle college, 

Dalkeith 

South Africa 
Adult education in the South African army. 

World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 26:19-22 Ag 

•41 
South African army education at the front. 

F. S. Cilli«. Adult Ed J 2:90-2 Ap '43 

South Carolina 

Educational classes for Fort Jackson soldiers. 
J. A. Mulcahy. Sch & Soc 54:13-'14 Jl 5 '41 

South Carolina's opportunity school — an ad- 
venture in adult education. W. L. Gray. 
Adult Ed B 6:139-41 Je '42 

Sweden 
Swedish people'.s colleges. F. M. F. Evans. 
J Ed London 75:468-f O '43 

Tennessee 
Public adult education in Knoxville. H. J. 
Betts. Adult Ed B 6:13-14 O '41 



United States 

Adult education and the future of democ- 
racy. I. L. Kandel. Adult Ed J 3:23-6 Ja 
'44 

Adult education in the United States. E. 
Green. Times Ed Sup 1489:544; 1490:556 
N 13-20 '43 

Adult education programs of the federal 
war agencies: preliniinary draft, comp. for 
the Federal education war council [mimeo- 
graphed] United States. Office of war In- 
formation. Educational services division, pa 
N.E.A, Dept. of adult ed. 

Free learning for free men. A. E. Moehlman. 
Mich Ed J 19:408-9 Mr '42 

Old brains and new ideas in a democracy. 
C. B. Moore, il Am Sch Bd J 103:17-19 
Ag '41 

Schools for new citizens. V. Paradise, il 
Survey Graphic 30:469-73 S '41 

War measure for adult education. H. R. W. 
Benjamin. Adult Ed B 6:67 F '42 

Virginia 
Adult education through public schools. C. 

H. Spain. Va J Ed 34:350-2 Je '41 
Schools serve the adult community, il Va J 

Ed 34:356-63 Je '41 

Wales 

Adult education in North Wales; progress 
and a plea for more. Times Ed Sup 1368:334 
Jl 19 '41 

Wisconsin 
City that goes to school. G. Kent. Common- 
weal 35:291-3 Ja 9 "42: Same cond. Reader's 
Digest 40:109-11 F '42; Ohio Sch 20:108-9 
Mr '42 
Wisconsin laws rel.ating to vocational and 
adult education. Wisconsin. Laws, statutes. 
etc. (Bui. nos25. 27) 2 nos 30;29p •39-'41 
Wis. Bd. of vocational and adult ed. Mad- 
ison 
ADULT education. Rural 

Adult education iti Norfolk villages. L. M. 
Springall. World Assn Adult Ed B s 28: 
1-5 F '42 
Adult education in rural areas; a symposium. 

Adult Ed B 5:121-35 Je '41 
Leisure-time courses for adults. H. R. Dan- 

forth. il Sch Executive 61:28-9 Mr '42 
New school for rural Ontario. R. H. Mack- 
lem. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 29:780-2 My 
'41 
Simcoe county organizes for studv and ac- 
tion. D. Smith. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 
30:372-6 Ja '42 
ADULT education bulletin 
Editor's report. P. H. Sheats. Nat Ed Assn 
Proc 1941:187 
ADULT education council of Denver 
Adult education council at war D. H. McCoy. 
Adult PM B 6:104-6 Ap '42 
ADULT education council of Greater St Louis 
Adult education council of Greater St Louis. 
World As-=!n Adult Ed B 2d s 25:23-5 Ag "41 ■ 
ADULT education councils 

Survey of adult education councils. F. 
Jagiello. Adult Ed B 5:147-8 Je '41 
ADULT education students. See Students 
ADULT education teachers conference. See 

Conference of adult education teachers 
ADULT schools. See Adult education 
ADVANCED study, Institute for. See Institute 

for advanced study 
ADVENTURE and adventurers 
Of daft tales. C. F. Arrowood. Ed Fopum 
S:I69-74 Ja '44 

ADVENTURES in reading: fourteenth-eight- 
eenth series. (Lib. ext. pubs. v7 no6; v8 
no3; v9 nos2. 5: v 10 no 1) 5v pa ea 50c; 
25c N.C. only '41-'44 Univ. of N.C. press 
ADVERTISING 
Advertising is an educational kev to the new 
world. J. R. Hutchinson. Nation's Sch SI: 
52-}- Mr '43 
Advertising man evaluates a school script on 
reading. A. E. Meyerhoff. Assn Ed Radio 
J 2:7-f Ja '43 
Make a merchandising calendar. L. R. Camp- 
bell. Sch Activities 15:191 F '44 
Plan a consumer survey. L. R. Campbell. 
Sch Activities 15:152 Ja '44 



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ADVERTISING— Continued 

Sellinc advertlsins In a school newspaper. 
J. T. Walter. Bus Ed World 23:7-9 S "42 

Summary of research on the use of adver- 
tisements In the classroom. D. E. Moser. 
(In Commercial education association of 
New York city and vicinity. Business and 
business education; eleventh yearbook, 
p 110-16) 
See also 

Publicity 

Radio advertising 

Sales letters 

Teaching 

Advertising class in war time. E. Reich. J 
Bus Ed 18:23 DM2 , ^ 

Better buying through the teaching of ad- 
vertising. P. F. Coogan. (In Eastern com- 
mercial teachers' association. Fourteenth 
yearbook, p 135-9) 

Problems concerning the teaching of dis- 
tributive education, including salesmanship 
and advertising. (In Eastern commercial 
teachers' association. Sixteenth yearbook. 
P264-91) 

Problems of advertising. H. W. Thomas. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Thirteenth yearbook. p257-62) 

Teacher's kit for Advertising procedure (third 
edition) O. Kleppner. pa '41 Prentlce-Hall 

Unit planning for the teaching of retail store 
advertising in a one-year retailing course. 
A. A. Sessa. (In Eastern commercial teach- 
ers' association. Fifteenth yearbook. p292-6) 

Want ads 
Want ads give students leads. D. R. Collins. 
Occupations 20:435-7 Mr '42 
ADVERTISING. School. See Publicity 
ADVERTISING art. See Art. Commercial 
ADVISERS. See Student advisers and coun- 
selors 
ADVISORY committee on education by radio. 
See National committee on education by 
radio 
ADVISORY committee on school records and 
reports. See National advisory committee on 
school records and reports 
ADVISORY committee on the adjustment of 
foreign students in the United States 
Advisory committee on the adjustment of 
foreign students in the United States. E. 
J. Fisher. Inst Int Ed News B 17:7-9 N '41 
Meeting of committee on foreign student ad- 
justment. E. J. Fisher. Inst Int Ed News 
Bui 19:6-74- Mr '44 
Meeting of the Advisory committee on the 
adjustment of foreign students. E. J. Fish- 
er. Inst Int Ed News B 18:16-18 Ja '43 
ADVISORY committees 

Citizens' advisory committees — have they a 
rightful place? C. Grieder. Nation's Sch 
28:29-30 S '41 
Importance of organizing and guiding agri- 
cultural advisory committees for rural war 
production training program. P. M. Hodg- 
son. Ag Ed Mag 16:32 Ag '43 

ADVISORY periods. See Home rooms 

AENEID. See Virgil 

AERIAL navigation. See Navigation, Aerial 

AERIAL photography. See Photography, Aerial 

AERIAL transportation. See Air transportation 

AERODYNAMICS 
Effective aerodynamics demonstration. A. A. 

Dick, diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:33 Ja 

'43 
Physics and rapid airplane development. E. 

C. Lundquist. Am J Physics 11:192-9 Ag 

•43 
See also 
Flight 
AERONAUTIC clubs 

.•\irworld club organization. W. W. Patty. 

bibliOK Sch Activities 15:301-4-f My '44 
Give them wings! C. F. Lxjomis. Progres Ed 

21:24-5+ Ja '44 
Need for airworld clubs. W. W. Pattv. Sch 

Activities 15:259-60 Ap '44 
Our glider club. D. F. Stone. Clearing House 

17:143-4 N '42 



AERONAUTIC education 
Adapting wood and metal shop facilities to 
air-age education. G. O. Wilber. (In Amer- 
ican school and university, 1943. p321-6) 
Aeronautics as applied science. A. S. Otis. 

Sec Ed 11:7-S F '43 
Air conditioning American youth. R. H. 

Hinckley. 11 Mid Sch 57:8 S '42 
Air conditioning American youth. D. Orton. 

North Cen Assn Q 18:246-53 Ja '44 
Air-conditioning education. N. L>. EngelhardL 
(In American association of school admin- 
istrators. OfHcial report. 1943. p36-43); 
Same. Tex Outl 27:11-14 Jl "43; Excerpta. 
Am Sch Bd J 106:46-7 Ap '43 
Air-conditioning young America. United 
States. Civil aeronautics authority. 32p bib- 
liog 11 pa '42 U.S. Office of ed. 
Air-mindedness programs in schools. G. T. 

Renner. Teach Col Rec 44:247-9 Ja '43 
Aviation A B C's. A. Bellerue. bibllog 11 

diag Sch Executive 62:22-3+ O '42 
Aviation and school physical education. O. 
M. Gloss, blbllog t 11 Am Sch Bd J 105:23-6 
Jl '42 
Aviation education. See bi-weekly numbers 
of Education for victory June 1, 1941- 
January 1, 1942 
Aviation-education fundamentals. R. W. 
Hanibrook. bibliog Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln 
Bui 27:25-35 My '43: Same cond. Ed Digest 
9:27-9 O '43 
Aviation education in American schools. N. 
L. Engelhardt. Am Sch Bd J 104:17+ My 
■42 
Aviation education to win the war. J. W. 

Studebaker. -1 Mid Sch 57:9 S 42 
Campus and the air age. G. R. Wilson. (In 
American association of school admin- 
istrators. Ofllcial report, 1943. p44-5) 
Changes in science education for the air age. 
R. E. Horton. N Y State Ed 30:178-80 + 
D '42 
Cincinnati adjusts to the air age. C. V. 
Courter. il Sch Executive 61:20-1 Jl '42; 
Same cond. Ed Digest 8:32-3 S '42 
Development of aviation education: federal 
relations. E. E. Fuller. Calif J Sec Ed 
18:13-15 Ja '43 
Education and research in aeronautics. Na- 
ture 152:429-31 O 16 '43 
Education for the air age. Calif Sch 13: 

161-5 Jl '42 
Education for the air age. N. L. Engel- 
hardt. jr. pa 24c '42 Macmillan 
Education for the air age; a brief survey of 
aviation education today. L.. W. Ashby. il 
map Nat Ed Assn J 32:73-6 Mr '43 
Education for the air age; a preliminary 
statement for teachers and school admin- 
istrators. Aviation education research proj- 
ect. 2d ed bibliog pa '42 The project, 525 
W 120th St. N.Y. 
Education for the air age; report of study 
conference, held at New York state col- 
lege for teachers, Albany, June 22-27, 1942. 
New York (state) Education department. 
192p '42 Univ. of the state of N.Y. 
Educational needs of aviation cadets. O. 

Studebaker. H Points 24:5-8 O '42 
English teacher takes up pre-flight. E. J. 

Rutan. Sch R 51:619-21 D '43 
Facts for future fivers. D. H. Grimm. See 

numbers of Instructor January 1943- 
Fly America. E. Newland. bibliog il Progres 

Ed 20:166-71 Ap '43 
Fly for your lives. R. H. Hinckley, il Col- 
lier's 100:14-15+ Ap 25 '42 
Mathematics in aeronautical teaching and re- 
search. A. Klemin. J Eng Ed 33:388-91 Ja 
'43 
New air age; developments in the American 
school. L.. Aigner. il Times Ed Sup 1453: 
113 Mr 6 '43 
Pittsburgh conference on aviation education. 
S. P. Franklin. Sch & Soc 59:333 My 6 '44 
Prefiight courses? Yes! B. P. Lewis. 11 Na- 
tion's Sch 31:30 Ja '43 
Pre-flight training. Sch R 50:486-7 S '42 
Prefiight training. H. R. Wilson, bibliog il 
diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:106-10 Mr '43 
Pre-induction needs from experience in pre- 
llight training. W, A. Buckner. (In Amer- 
ican council of science teachers. Pre-induc- 
tion training; yearbook. 1943. p 16-19) 
Social education in the air age. W. Habberton. 
bibliog Soc Studies 33:317-18 N "42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



29 



AERONAUTIC education — Continued 

Speakini: of wings. M. E. McNally. Assn Ed 

Radio J 3:5 N '43 
These air-conditioned youngsters. P. R. 

Hanna. Ed Leadership 1:110 N '43 
They're in the army now. J. R. Sala. Jun 

Col J 13:228-30 Ja '43; Same cond. Ed Di- 
gest 8:15-16 Ap '43 
To look ahead is to look up. G. M. Gloss. 

il Sch Executive 61:14-16 Je '42 
Why does an aeroplane fly? J. Savage, dlags 

Sch (Sec ed) 31:528-30 F '43 
See also 
Air training corps of Aviation schools 

America Aviators — Training 

Bibliography 
Special study references in preflight aero- 
nautics. Calif Sch 14:113 My '43 

Correlation with other subjects 
Aeronautics and geography. M. H. Shearer. 

J Geog 41:228-33 S '42 
Air-conditioning a small high school. L. W. 

Richards. Calif J Sec Ed 18:22-4 Ja '43 
Approaching the air age through English. 

R. N. Cohen. Ed 63:101-4 O '42 
Orientation in aviation through industrial 

arts. G. O. Wilber. bibliog Ed 63:111-16 

O '42 
Small school's part in preflight education. E. 

O. Talbott. Calif J Sec Ed 18:25-6 Ja '43 
Social studies teacher and the air age. H. 

Bartlett. Ed 63:105-10 O '42 

Courses of study 

Aerial navigation. L. Moore. Math Teach 
35:99-101 Mr '42 

Aviation for high schools. Nebraska. Depart- 
ment of public instruction. '41 The dept, 
Lincoln 

Curriculum 
Aircraft riveting and assembling course. F. 

L. Novascone. plan Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

31:102-4 Mr '42 
Aviation education in Wisconsin schools. 

Wisconsin committee on aviation education. 

bibliog Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 28:13- 

41 Ap '44 
Humanizing pre-flight aeronautics in sec- 
ondary schools. J. D. Teller, bibliog Sci Ed 

28:95-101 Mr '44 
Mathematics and science in aeronautics. A. 

S. Otis, diags Math Teach 35:102-11 Mr '42 

Outlines, syllabi, etc. 
Course outline for training aircraft-engine 
assemblers and testers. R. F. Kuns. diags 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:97-101 Mr '42 

Projects 
Give them wings! C. F. Loomis. Progres Ed 

21:24-5-J- Ja '44 
Junior high school aviation project. C. G. 

Cristiano. H Points 25:65-8 N '43 

Teacher training 

Preliminary suggestions for colleges offering 
teacher education program for pre-flight 
aeronautics and aviation education (mimeo- 
graphed] Aviation education research proj- 
ect. '42 The project. 525 W 120th st, N.Y. 

Teacher education for the air age. N. L. 
Engelhardt. jr. Teach Ed J 5:155-60 Mr '44 

Teachers' manuals 
Aeronautics in the industrial arts program. 
G. O. Wilber and E. E. Neuthardt. 92c '42 
Macmillan 

Teaching aids and devices 
All eyes on aviation. L. S. Metcalfe, il Sch 

Executive 62:58 My '43 
Bibliography of aviation education materials. 

Teachers college, Columbia university. 

Aviation education research group. 88c '42 

Macmillan 
Correlation of films in pre-flight training. 

L. S. Metcalfe. J Higher Ed 14:379-81 O '43 
Films for students of aviation. Sch Sci & 

Math 42:549 Je '42 
Filmslides speed aviation training. L. S. 

Metcalfe. Ed Screen 21:326 O '42 
Pre-induction training with audio-visual 

aids. J. L. Senechal. il Ed Screen 22:202- 

3-1- Je '43 



Use of strip films In pre-induction aeronau- 
tics. R. C. Runkle. Sci Ed 28:54 F '44 

Visual aids in aviation training. J. Lam- 
bert, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:291-2 S 
■43 

Tests and scales 

Aircraft sheet-meted test. H. L. Stiles. Ind 

Arts & Voc Ed 32:22-1- Ja '43 
CAA examinations on aeronautical knowledge 

for high school students. Calif Sch 14:8-11 

Ja '43; Excerpts. Ed Vic 1:13-14 Mr 1 '43 
Preflight aviation entrance examination. S. 

S. Hay. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:398-|- N '43 
Preflight test. W. G. Hjertstedt. diags Ind 

Arts & Voc Ed 33:58-63 F '44 
Test for preflight aviation course. H. T. 

Glenn. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:27-8, 644-, 

168. 206 Ja-F, Ap-My '43 
Test in airplane construction and mainte- 
nance. W. H. Bowers. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

32:28-9 Ja '43 
Testing program for pre-flight training 

courses. H Points 24:17-30 N '42 

Units of work 
Resource units for teachers in pre-flight 
aeronautics. Minnesota. University. Work- 
shop in pre-flight aeronautics, bibliog pa 
'42 Burgess 

Workbooks 

Aeronautics workbook [with Aeronautical 

study chart] C. H. Siemens, bibliog pa ?1; 

chart separately 4Uc '42 Ginn 
Pre-tlight aeronautics workbook. H. A. 

Bauer, pa $1 '43 Winston 
Workbook in pre-flight aeronautics. R. H. 

Drake, pa 4Sc '43 Macmillan 

Colleges and universities 

Aeronautics at the University of Illinois. Sci- 
ence 96:266 S 18 '42 

Course for aviation instructors at Kent state 
university. Sch & Soc 54:137 Ag 30 '41 

Nun to conduct aviation course at Catholic 
university. Cath Ed R 41:368-9 Je '43 

130 complete aviation course directed by nun. 
Cath Ed R 41:425 S '43 

Place of Civilian pilot training in aviation 
education. T. S. Taber, jr. Calif J Sec Ed 
18:16-18 Ja '43 

We must air-condition America. R. H. Hinck- 
ley. (In National conference of college and 
university presidents. Higher education and 
the war. p 124-8) 

Elementary schools 

Air-age education starts in the elementary 

school. R. Haefner. il Am Sch Bd J 105: 

26-8 D '42 
Air-minded program in the elementary 

schools. F. E. Corwin. Sierra Ed News 39: 

23-4 Ap '43 
Air world laboratory. N. L. Engelhardt. jr. il 

Sch Executive 63:34-6 Ap '44 
Airworld club organization. W. W. Pattv. 

bibliog Sch Activities 15:301-4-]- My '44" 
Aviation experience; airplane activities at 

the Horace Mann school, pictures by L. L. 

Aigner. il Grade Teach 60:16-17 Mr '43 
Aviation in the elementary school science 

program. C. K. Arey. Ed 63:95-100 O '42 
Educating for the air age in the elementary 

school. E. C. Blom. bibliog f il N Y State 

Ed 30:170-2-f D '42 
Elementary science program for the air age. 

E. P. Powers. Sch Sci & Math 44:315-19 

Ap '44 
Our airplane activity, the story of the 

Horace Mann activity. I. C. Sartorius. 

Grade Teach 60:28+ Mr '43 
Our aviation activities. I. C. Sartorius. il 

Grade Teach 60:18 Mr '43 

High schools 
Aeronautics course for a technical high 

school. F. E. Bohata. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

31:290 S '42 
Aeronautics prerequisites; should algebra 

and geometry be prerequisite to enrollment 

in aeronautics in the secondary school? W. 

L. Wrinkle and H. F. Glidden. Nat Assn 

Sec Sch Prin BuJ 28:35-43 F "44 
Air-conditioned generation. J. W. Studebaker. 

Flying 31:41+ Ag '42 
Air-conditioning a small high school. L. W. 

Richards. Calif J Sec Ed 18:22-4 Ja '43 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AERONAUTIC education— HlRh schools — Cont. 
Air-coiulitioniiiB our hich schools. P. T. 

Liljedahl. Ill Kd 31:12+ S '42 
Air education lor future ii'iers and Krouiid 
asfociales. If. N'ordahl. N Y State Ed 30: 
191-2+ II 'l:; 
AppUcation.s of hiprh school science and 
mathematics in aeronautics. Florida. De- 
partment of education. (Kiementary tech- 
nology bk.1) 60p II '42 The dept, Tallahas- 
see 
Aviation and the curriculum. G. L. Ander- 
son. Minn J Ed 23:68 O '42 
Aviation education; courses which may be 

used in the Victory corps air service 

division. Kd Vic 1:6-8 Ja 15 "43 
Aviation in the secondary school. D. D. Burr. 

Sch & Com 29:154 Ap '43 
Aviation mathematics. L. Moore. Sch Sci & 

Math 42:753-7 N '42 
Aviation program for secondary schools. 

Sch .>i Soc 55:522 My 9 '42 
Conditioning today's youth for tl>e age of 

rtiBhi. H. C. ChristofCerson. Ohio Sch 21: 

56-7+ F '43 
CorrelatinfT physics with pre-aviation. H. H. 

Kohl and R. O. Molkenbur. bibliog Minn J 

Ed 23:1!7 D '42 
Defense of the high schools against charges 

of war hysteria. C. H. Siemens. Sch & 

Soc 57:412-13 Ap 10 '43 
Education for the air ape. United States. 

Civil aeronautics administration, bibliog 

Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 27:11-21 D '43 
Education in tlie three-dimensional world. 

N. L. Engelhardt. jr. il N Y State Ed 30: 

166-9+ D '42 
Elements of pre-flight aeronautics for high 

schools. Nebraska. University. Teachers 

college. Aviation education research group. 

See main entry 
Elements of pre-flight aeronautics for small- 
er high schools. A. R. Hatter. Ky Sch J 

22:24-5 N '43 
Fitting preflight courses into the curriculum. 

S. Hannah. Calif J Sec Ed 18:27-9 Ja '43; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 8:45-7 Ap '43 
General aviation training in secondary 

schools. .1. Rogers. (In Pennsylvania. Uni- 
versity. School of education. Education in 

a nation at war. p272-7) 
Guiding future airmen. W. D. McAdams. 

Occupations 21:126-8 O '42: Same cond. 

Ed Digest 8:36-7 N '42 
High school aviation program, il Baltimore 

B Ed 20:4 S '42 
High-school training for the AAF. Ed Vic 

1:19-20 O 1 '42 
High school's part in educating for the air 

age. E. E. Fuller. Sch & Soc 56:51-2 Jl 

11 '42 
Humanizing pre-flight aeronautics in sec- 
ondary schools. J. D. Teller, bibliog Sci Ed 

28:95-101 Mr "44 
Junior aviation program of New York state 

high schools. O. P\]rney. il N Y State Ed 

30:182-5+ D '42 
Junior aviation training in secondary schools: 

New York state makes appropriation. Ed 

Vic 1:23 O 15 '42 
Los Angeles organizes a preflight program. 

M. G. Blair. Calif J Sec Ed 18:19-21 Ja '43 
Mathematics of aeronautics. A. H. House- 

knecht. Pa Sch J 91:265-7 Ap '43 
Mathematics of preflight aeronautics. C. H. 

Siemens, bibliog Calif J Sec Ed 18:270-4 

My '43 
Our pre-flight activities. B. F. Nesmith. 

Clearing House 18:198-202 D '43 
Outlines of pre-aviation short courses for 

basic training, bibliog Nat Assn Sec Sch 

Prin B 26:56-68 O '42 
Pre-aviation training in secondary schools; 

based on two pamphlets issued by U.S. 

Office of education, bibliog f Nat Assn 

Sec Sch Prin B 26:51-5 O '42 
Pre-flight aeronautics. F. E. Soren.son. Clear- 
ing House 17:31-3 S '42 
Preflight aeronautics for the high school. E. 

E. Fuller, bibliog il Am Sch Bd J 105:21-2+ 
S '42 

Preflight aeronautics in California schools. 

F. B. Lindsay. CaUf J Sec Ed 18:9-12 Ja 
'43 

Pre-flight aeronautics in secondary schools. 
United States. Office of education, bibliog 
pa '42 Supt. of doc. 



Pre-flight aeronautics in the secondary 

schools. F. D. Curtis. Ed Digest 8:21-3 D 

'42: .Same. Sch R 51:5-7 Ja '43 
Pre-flight training. A. H. Anderson. Wis J 

Ed 76:153-4 N '42 
Preriidlit training in New Uoclielle. H. C. 

Cll.sh. 11 Sch E.voculive 02:16-18 F '43 
Pre-llight training in secondary schools. E. 

H. Brownell. il N V State Ed 30:189-90+ 

D '42 
Preparation for aviation cadet training. P. 

M. Ferguson. Calif J Sec Ed 17:409-71 D 

'42 
Providing equipment for the preflight course. 

G. Howden. Calif J Sec Ed 18:30-3 Ja '43 
Science of aeronautics in the secondary 

schools. United States. Civil aeronautics 

administration. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 

27:3-10 D '43 
Science of pre-flight aeronautics for high 

schools. Teachers college. Columbia uni- 
versity. Aviation education research group. 

See main entry 
Small school's part in preflight education. E. 

O. Talbott. Calif J Sec Ed 18:25-6 Ja '43 
Social studies for the air age. H. Eartlett. 

bibliog 60c '42 Macmillan 
Some obser\'ations on the aviation program. 

H. Ruchlis. H Points 25:28-32 Ja '43 
Streamlining general science for an air- 
minded generation. S. Deake. Sch Sci & 

Math 43:567-71 Je '43 
Supply of teachers for aviation education. E. 

E, Fuller. Ed 03:31-4 O '42 
Teacher and tiie aeronautics curriculum. Q. 

P. Stover, bibliog Pa Sch J 91:11-12 S '42; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 8:40-3 O '42 
Teachers take flving lessons — then teach pre- 
flight courses. Ed Vic 2:13-14 Jl 1 '43 
Teaching aeronautics in the high school. C. 

H. Siemens, bibliog Calif J Sec Ed 18:34-40 

Ja '43 
Teaching of aeronautics. V. A. Hines and 

M. C. Hartley, bibliog il HI Ed 31:79-80+. 

105-6 N-D '42 
200 high-school students take flight lessons. 

Ed Vic 1:10 Ap 1 '43 
Weequahic air conditions its students. R. 

Herzberg. il Am Sch Bd J 104:18-19 Je '42 
When it comes to pre-flight instruction a 

little learning is a dangerous thing. C. C. 

Trubey. Nation's Sch 30:23-4 S '42 
Wings for America's youth. J. Komblatt. II 

Baltimore Bui Ed 21:7-12 S '43 

Junior colleges 
Terminal education in the Pasadena program. 
E. D. Cornelison. (In Institute for admin- 
istrative officers of higher Institutions. 
Proceedings. 1942. p 109-14) 

Junior high schools 
Junior high school aviation project. C. O. 
Cristiano. H Points 25:65-8 N '43 

Normal schools and teachers colleges 
Air age and teacher education. L. R. Gregory. 
Ed 63:86-90 O '42 

Great Britain 
Age for pre-service training; why the Air 
training corps enrols at 15V4- W^. W. Wake- 
field. Times Ed Sup 1437:552 N 14 '42 

AERONAUTIC engineering 

Educational requirements for airline trans- 
portation engineering. G. H. Tweney. 
J Eng Ed 33:676-80 My '43 

Engineering Job and training opportunities 
in the aircraft industry. C. T. Reid. J Eng 
Ed 33:691-5 My '43 

ESMW'T — an experiment in engineering edu- 
cation. F. W. Ocvirk. J Eng Ed 33:463-9 
Ja '43 

Curriculum 

Aviation medicine in the education of 
aeronautical engineers. J. D. Akerman. J 
Eng Ed 33:392-5+ Ja '43 

Course content in aircraft structures. N. J. 
Hoff. J Eng Ed 32:833-40 Je '42 

Es'olution of aeronauti<'al engineering edu- 
cation. M. J. Thompson. J Eng Ed 32:313- 
17 n '41 

Revision of the aeronautical engineering cur- 
riculum in the light of modern aircraft en- 
gineering requirements. C. T. Reld. J Eng 
Ed 34:486-91 Mr '44 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



31 



AERONAUTIC engineering — Curriculum — Oont. 
What is education in aeronautical engineer- 
ing' A. Klemin. J Eng Ed 32:457-62 Ja 
■42 

Teaching 
Aeronautical education in light of experience 
at Naval aircraft factory. L. E. Parliinson. 
J Eng Ed 34:395-7 Ja '44 
Aeronautical engineering courses for under- 
graduate and graduate curricula. H. Reiss- 
ner. J Eng Ed 33:526-30 Mr '43 „ ^ „ ^ 

Aeronautical relationship.? with the E.C.P.D. 

H. W. Earlo-sv. J Eng Ed 34:392-4 Ja '44 
Educational requirements tor the analysis of 
modern aircraft structures. R. O. Wicker- 
.sham and J. E. Younger. J Eng Ed 33:S53- 
62 Je '43 ^ . „ „ 

Training aircraft engme mechanics, ti. K. 
Wilson, bibliog il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33; 
39-45 F '44 . . , 

Training for national defense: trammg col- 
lege graduates for the aeronautics mdustry. 
U R Irwin and J. Kadu-shin. Mechanical 
Engineering 63:190-2 Mr '41 
Training for women in aeronautical engi- 
neering at the University of Cincinnati. 
Science 97:54S Je 18 '43 
AERONAUTIC instruments 

In«;trument instruction at M.I.T. C. S. 
Draper, il Instruments 14:278 O '41 
AERONAUTIC laboratories 

Wenner-Gren aeronautical laboratories, il plan 

Automotive Industries 84:516-17-|- My 15 '41 

AERONAUTIC meteorology. See Meteorology. 

Aeronautic 
AERONAUTIC research 

Education and research in aeronautics. Na- 
ture 152:429-31 O 16 '43 
AERONAUTIC schools 
See also 
Aviation schools 
AERONAUTICAL engineers 

F\iture prospects for employinent of aero- 
nautical engineers. J. D. Akernian. J Eng 
Ed 32:591-5 Mr '42 
AERONAUTICS 
See also 
Aviation 
Navigation. Aerial 

Bibliography 
Ace aviation information: a bibliography. M. 

K. Pidgeon, corap. H Points 24:60-7 O '42 
Aeronautics. M. I. Rufsvold, comp. Ind Univ 

Sch Ed B 19:88-101 Ja '43 
BilDliographv of aeronautical books and films. 

Minn J Ed 22:384 My '42 
Books and other material suitable for the 

air-age. Ed Vic 1:23-1- D 15 '42 
Prc-flight aeronautics in the secondary school 

— selected references. F. J. Drobka, comp. 

Cath Ed R 40:478-88 O '42 
Recent aviation books for school use. Ed 

Vic 1:27 D 1 '42 

Study and teaching 
See Aeronautic education: Aviation 

schools 

Textbooks 
Air-age achievement in textbook preparation 
and publication. Sch & Soc 56:142 Ag 22 '42 

BiWiography 
Pre-flight aeronautics in the secondary 
school — selected references. F. J. Drobka. 
comp. Cath Ed R 40:478-88 O '42 
AERONAUTICS, Commercial 
Airline passenger agents — their trainin.cr and 
duties. P. A. Smith, il Bus Ed World 23: 
265-8 Ja '43 
Merchant fleet in the air. J. Frye. Ed 63: 

80-5 O '42 
They sell air space. F. A. Smith, il Bus Ed 
World 23:210-14 D '42 
.See also 
Air transportation 
AERONAUTICS, Military 
Mathematics helps our aerial offen.se. L,. 
Dawson. Sch Sci & Math 42:722-3 N '42 

AERONAUTICS administration. Civil. See 
United States — Civil aeronautics admin- 
istration 



AERONAUTICS aptitude test. See Victory corps 
aeronautics aptitude test 

AEROPLANES. See Airplanes 

AERY, William Anthony „ ,_ „ 

Henrv AV. Lawrence: master teacher. Sch & 
Soc 55:474 Ap 25 '42 
AESTHETICS. See Esthetics 

AFFECTIVE states. See Pleasantness and un- 
pleasantness 
AFFLECK, George Baird 

(comp) Selected bibliography for 1940. Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 12:785- 
809 '41 
AFRICA 
Readv-to-use tests for middle and upper 
grades: a test on Africa. A. Zwicker. Instr 
52:31-1- F '43 , , 

Study of Africa's deserts. B. Wadsworth. il 
map Instr 52:29 F '43 
See also 
Education — Africa 
Geography — Africa 
Negroes in Africa 

Description and travel 
In darkest Africa. Royal Ontario museum. 
Division of public instruction, il Sch (El 
ed) 30:537-9 F '42 

Exploration 
Over the ocean to the south; social studies, 
grade V. Royal Ontario museum. Division 
of public instruction, il Sch (El ed) 30: 
117-20 O '41 

History 

Biillogra'phy 
Bibliography for the study of African history 
in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 
L.. J. Ragatz. comp. pa $1.10 '43 Paul Pearl- 
man, 1711 G St. NW, Washington, D.C. 

Native races 
Schemes for native Africans. World Assn 
Adult Ed B 2d s 29:11-16 My '42 
See also 
Negroes in Africa 

Units of work 
Africa. Quarrie corporation, bibliog pa 10c 
'42 The Corp. 
AFRICA, North 

Bibliography 
Annotated list of inexpensive publications 
on North Africa and the Middle and Near 
East. United States. Office of education. 
9p pa '43 U.S. Office of ed. 

Climate 
Notes on the climate of the coastal fringe 
of North Africa. A. G. Ballert and M. C. 
George, map J Geog 43:97-107 Mr '44 
AFRICA, South. See South Africa 
AFRICA, West 

Native races 
West African bush school. M. H. Watkina. 
bibliog f American Journal of Sociology 48: 
666-75 My '43 

AFRIKAANS language 
Ijanguage teaching in South Africa; single 
or dual medium education. Times Ed Sup 
1505:112 Mr 4 '44 

AFTER school guidance 

Guidance for the ex-high school student. R. G. 
Hein. il Wis J Ed 74:142-3 N '41 

Occupational adjustment — a new responsibility 
for the school. L. B. Peterson and C. E. 
Hays. Sch & Soc 55:214-15 F 21 '42 

Placement and follow-up, a responsibiUty of 
the public school. A. S. Galper. Ed 62:164-71 
N '41 
AGAR, Herbert 

Explain to your children what we're light- 
ing for. Par M 17:21-f Jl '42 

AGARD, Walter Raymond 
Democratic education during the war. Sch & 

Soc 56:393-7 O 31 '42 
Fresliman forum at Wisconsin. Sch & Soc 

68:477-8 D 18 '43 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AQASSIZ, Louis Jean Rodolphe 

Agassiz s school on Tenikese; seventy years 
after. L,. C. Cornish, bibllog f por Sclen- 
tiflc Monthly 57:316-21 O '43 

Lioula Agassiz, philosopher. W. E. Byles. 
bihiloe f Harvard Ed K 12:181-93 Mr '42 

They made our country great. M. B. HIM. 
Instr 62:27 My '43 
AGASSIZ Village. See Burroughs newsboy's 

foundation 
AGE 
— Acceleration and age of productivity. S. L. 
Pressey and A. Combs. Kd Kes Bui 22:191-6 
O '43 

Age. sex, method, and Interval as variables 
In time estimation. A. R. Gilliland and 
D. W. Humphreys. Pedagog Sem 63:123- 
30 S '43 

Consistency of response to personality tests 
at different age levels. R. Pintner and G. 
Forlano. bibliog Pedagog Sem 62:77-83 Mr 
•43 

Effect of chronological age on revised Stan- 
ford-Binet vocabulary score at the moron 
and imbecile levels. T. Carlton, bibliog 
Pedagog Sem 61:321-6 D '42 

Effect of reproof in relation to age in school 
children. E. H. Potter, bibliog Pedagog 
Sem 63:247-58 D '43 

Intercorrelations among learning abilities; 
effects of age and spread of intelligence 
upon relationships. R. W. Husband. Peda- 
gog Sem 58:431-4 Je '41 

Significance of the IQ variability in relation 
to age on the revised Stanford-Blnet scale. 
F. Brown. Pedagog Sem 63:177-81 S '43 

Study of human aversions and satisfactions, 
and their relation to age, sex, and tem- 
perament. H. .1. Eysenck. bibliog Pedagog 
Sem 62:289-99 Je '43 
See also 

College students — Old age 

Age Youth 

Longevity 
AGE, Psychology of 

Behavioral characteristics of monotony In 
two age groups. A. Burton, bibliog Jour- 
nal of Experimental Psychology 33:323-9 O 
'43 
See also 

Age differences 
AGE, School, See School age 
AGE and ability 

Age and intelligence of university freshmen. 
O. C. Held. Am Assn Col Reg J 17:233-4 
Ja '42 

Comparison of the reasoning ability of two 
age groups. L. Welch and L. Long, diags 
Pedagog Sem 62:63-76 Mr '43 

Development of the ability to discriminate 
and match numbers. L. Long and L. Welch. 
Pedagog Sem 59:377-87 D '41 

Intellectual changes during maturity and old 
age. I. Lorge. bibliog R Ed Res 11:553-61 
D '41 

Note on the relation between age and per- 
formance of adult subjects on four familiar 
psychometric tests. J. C. Heston and C. F. 
Cannell. Journal of Applied Psychology 25: 
415-19 Ag '41 

Old brains and new ideas in a democracy. 
C. B. Moore, il Am Sch Bd J 103:17-19 
Ag '41 

Relationship between age and test perform- 
ance of applicants to a technical-indus- 
trial high school. A. J. Mitrano. J Ap 
Psychol 26:482-6 Ag '42 
AGE and grade of students leaving school 

Educational level attained by minors leaving 
large Pennsylvania schools for employment. 
C. D. Morneweck. Am Sch Bd J 108:21-3 
My '44 
AGE differences 

Developmental changes as reflected In Ror- 
schach test responses. M. Hertzman and 
H. iMargulies. bibliog Pedagog Sem 62:189- 
215 Je '43 

AGE-grade progress. See Progress in school 
AGE-height-weight tables. See Weight 
AGED. See Old ase 
AGENCIES, Employment. See Employment 

agencies 
AGENCIES, Social. See Social agencies 



AGG, Thomas Radford 
Advanced degree vs. successful professional 
experience a-s requirement In the selection 
of engineering teachers; abstract. (In As- 
sociation of land-grant colleges and uni- 
versities. Proceedings, 1940. p 174-7) 
AGGRESSIVENESS 

Aggressive behavior In young children; dls- 
cu.sslon of the research findings of M. D. 
Fite. L. B. Murphy. Progres Ed 19:343-8 
O '42 
Aggressive behavior of nursery school chil- 
dren and adult procedures In dealing with 
such behavior. M. H. Appel. bibliog J 
Exper Ed 11:185-99 D '42 
Roots of war in human nature: aggression 
and hate in childhood and family life; 
symposium. Child Study 20:72-7-t- Ap '43 
War begins In the nursery. A. W. M. Wolf. 
Child Study 20:35-8 F '43 
See alio 
Ascendancy 
AGNEW, Mona Walter 

High cost of not hearing. Volta R 44:573-4 
O '42 
AGNEW, Peter Lawrence 
Offlce machines course: full keyboard adding 
listing machine, ten-key adding listing ma- 
chine, crank-driven calculator, key-driven 
calculator. 124p il diags pa '42 South-west- 
ern pub. 
— See Goodfellow, R. C. Jt. auth. 
AGNITA, Sister 
Commercial department finds ways to serve. 

J Ed 126:56 F '43 
Lo. the little freshmen! J Ed 126:186 S '43 
Tests for middle and upper grades: a test 
on homonyms. Instr 52:25 N '42 
AGRAFIOTIS, Viola 
Exhibit project; a plan for the Individual 
room exhibit. Grade Teach 59:47+ Ja '42 
AGREN, Raymond, and Massey, E. L. 

Training in fundamentals of electricity, ma- 
chines, radio, shop work, and automotive 
mechanics. Teach Col Rec 45:176-82 D '43 
AGRICULTURAL administration 
Dawn of the return of unlimited opportuni- 
ties in agricultural education. V. G. Mar- 
tin. Ag Ed Mag 16:63 O '43 
AGRICULTURAL chemistry 
Bibliography 
Periodical publications and agricultural anal- 
ysis; a bibliographical study. K. Croft. 
J Chem Ed 18:315 Jl '41 
Teaching 
High schools 
Relative efficacy of two methods of teaching 
agricultural chemistry at the high school 
level. B. F. Swan. Sci Ed 27:126-9 D "43 

Teaching methods 
Relative efficacy of two methods of teaching 
agricultural chemistr.v at the high school 
level. B. F. Swan. Sci Ed 27:126-9 D '43 
AGRICULTURAL chemists 

Bernhard Tollens (1841-1918) and some Amer- 
ican students of his school of agricultural 
chemistry. C. A. Browne, bibliog il J Chem 
Ed 19:253-9 Je '42 
AGRICULTURAL clubs. See Clubs; 4-H clubs; 
Future farmers of America 

AGRICULTURAL colleges 

Agricultural college. Rehovot. il plan -\rchl- 
tectural Review 90:77-8 S '41 
See also 
Land-grant colleges 

Curriculum 
See Curriculum — Agricultural colleges 
Directories 
Schools of agriculture. (In Patterson, H. L. 
ed. American educational directory, 1943. 
P705-8) 
Workers in subjects pertaining to agriculture 
in land-grant colleges and experiment sta- 
tions, 1940-41. United States. Department 
of agriculture. (Misc. pub. no420) 174p pa 
20c '41 Supt. of doc. 

Canada 
See also 
Ontario agricultural 
college, Guelph 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



33 



AGRICULTURAL colleges — Continued 
Latin America 
Kscuela agricola pananiericana. W. Popenoe. 
Science 98:275-6 S 24 "43 

New York (state) 

Comparative study o£ the New York state 
schools of agrnculture at Alfred, Canton, 
and Morrisville [thesis] [mimeographed] 
G. A. Gilger, jr. bibliog pa '41 The auth, 
12 Judson St. Canton, N.Y; Summary. Oc- 
cupations 20:276-9 Ja '42 

New types ot" junior colleges in New York. 
G. A. Gilger, jr. bibliog f Jun Col J 12:244-7 
Ja '42 

Philippine Islands 
See aJso 
Philippines. Univer- 
sity of the — Col- 
lege of agriculture 
AGRICULTURAL cooperation. See Agriculture. 
Cooperative 

AGRICULTURAL credit 
Teachers as evening class members. V. Vine. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:112 D '43 

AGRICULTURAL economics 

Problems of graduate students in the rural 
social sciences. Journal of Farm Economics 
24:340-2 F '42 
See also 
Agriculture — Eco- 
nomic aspects 

Research 
Maryland F.F.A. members aid in war re- 
search. A. M. Ahalt. Ag Ed Mag 16:178 
Mr '44 

AGRICULTURAL education 

Agricultural education. Nature 148:573-5 N 
15 41 

Agricultural education in the world; v. 4. 
International institute of agriculture. 25 1 
'40 The inst. Villa Umberto 1, Rome 

Agricultural scholarships for freshmen; ab- 
stract. V. C. Freeman. (In Association of 
land-grant colleges and universities. Pro- 
ceedings. 1940. p 132-3) 

Agricultural science to serve youth. W. P. 
Everote. bibliog il.So '43 Teachers col; 
Summary, reach Col Rec 45:347-8 F '44 

Antecedents of Brook Farm. J. B. Wilson, 
bibliog f New England Quarterly 15:320-31 
Je 42 

Challenge to agricultural education. Ag Ed 
M 14::;u3-h My '42 

Dawn of the return of unlimited opportuni- 
ties in agricultural education. V. G. Mar- 
tin. Ag Ed Mag 16:63 O '43 

Demonstration work; Seaman A. Knapp's 
contribution to civilization. O. B. Martin. 
3d ed ?2 '41 Naylor co, 918 N St Marys st, 
San Antonio, Tex. 

Eight-year study and its implications for 
agricultural education. H. B. Alberty. Ag 
Ed M 15:214 My '43 

Forty years of helping the farmer with 
knowledge. W. H. Chandler. Science 95:563- 
7 Je 5 '42 

Modern vocational agriculture; reply to W. 
H. Chandler. H. M. Hamhn. Science 96:270-1 
S IS '42 

L. L. Polk: a great agrarian leader in a 
fifty-year perspective. C. Poe. South Atlantic 
Quarterly 41:405-15 O "42 

Our program — past and present. A. W. Nolan. 
Ag Ed .Mag 16:83-1- N '43 

Science and the average farmer. C. B. Bledi- 
sloe. Quarterly Review 279:101-17 Jl '42 

Today's agriculture. C. Hammonds and R. H. 
Woods, rev & enl ed $1.40 '43 Lippincott 
See also 

Agriculture. Voca- War and education^ 

tional Subject fields — 

Farm schools Agriculture 

North central re- 
gional conference of 
state supervisors 
and teacher train- 
ers for agricultural 
education 

Curriculum 

Agricultural education at the crossroads. R. 
W. Gregory. ..Vg Ed M 15:44-5-1- S '42 



Agricultural education; need for technical 

training. Times Ed Sup 1416:298 Je 20 '42 
Course in inorganic chemistry for students 

of agriculture. E. Z. Friedenberg. J Chem 

Ed 21:41-4 Ja '44 
Revised curriculum for agriculture; abstract. 

S. B. Shirky. (In Association of land-grant 

colleges and universities. Proceedings, 1940. 

p 129-32) 
Teaching boys to beautify farm homes. M. 

C. Gaar. bibliog Ag Ed M 14:68-9-[- O "41 

^'ee also 
Curriculum — Agri- 
cultural colleges 

Exhibits 
Agricultural displays. W. R. Robinson. Sch 

(El ed) 30:418-20 Ja '42 
Agricultural displays in high schools. W. R. 

Robinson, bibliog il Sch (Sec ed) 30:437-40 

Ja '42 

History 
Agricultural career education in the United 

States at dirt-farmer levels — 1621-1942. R. 

W. Stimson. bibliog Ag Ed M 15:204-5-1- 

My '43 
History of agricultural education in the 

United States. F. W. Lathrop. Ag Ed M 

15:184-5-h Ap '43 

Projects 
Electric hotbeds. W. J. Brundage. Sch (El 
ed) 32:431-3 Ja '44 

Research 

Availability of research. R. A. Murray. Ag 
Ed M 15:154-5 F '43 

Current activities in disseminating informa- 
tion concerning research. R. M. Stewart. 
Ag Ed M 14:194 Ap '42 

One year of program-planning and evaluat- 
ing. H. M. Hamlin. Ag Ed Mag 16:54-5 
S '43 

Supervised practice in vocational agriculture 
in Iowa; summary. H. P. Sweany and J. 
A. Starrak. Ag Ed M 14:15 Jl '41 
Supervision 

Readjustments in Virginia's supervisory pro- 
gram to meet the war situation. D. J. 
Howard. Ag Ed M 15:224-5 Je '43 

Supervision for special teachers. W. P. 
Smith. Ag Ed Mag 16:53 S '43 

Teacher training 
See Agricultural teachers — Training 

Teaching aids and devices 
School on wheels. V. Kersey, il Sch Execu- 
tive 63:18-19 D '43 

War training programs 

California plan for the training of emergency 
farm labor. J. A. McPhee. Ag Ed M 15: 
186-7 Ap '43 

Can we evaluate our war production pro- 
grams? D. M. Hall. Ag Ed Mag 16:106-|- 
D '43 

Conference procedure in teaching war- produc- 
tion courses. G. A. Schmidt. Ag Ed M 15: 
149-1- F '43 

Co-ordinating the rural war production train- 
ing program to secure the greatest war- 
time service. A. G. Rinn. il Ag Ed M 16: 
11 Jl '43 

Crop harvesting program for high school 
volunteers. Calif Sch 13:245-6 N '42 

Defense training: agricultural education. D. 
J. Howard, il Va J Ed 35:304-5 Ap '42 

Education grooms the city-bred youth for 
the farm. Sch & Soc 57:348-9 Mr 27 '43 

Expanding adult program. R. H. Young, il 
Ag Ed M 15:231-17 Je '43 

Farm victory service; aji outline for teaching 
the importance of student farm labor in the 
national food program. California. Depart- 
ment ot education. (Bui. v 11 no7) llOp 
bibliog il pa '42 The dept, Sacramento 

Fanner takes a course. G. F. Ekstrom. il 
Sch Executive 62:35-6 Ap '43 

Getting farmers to adopt improved practices. 
J. B. Kirkland. Ag Ed M 16:10-}- Jl '43 

Getting students ready for harvest work. J. 
A. McPhee. Calif J Sec Ed 18:247-9 Ap "43 

High-school vocational teachers and the war 
effort in agriculture. R. H. Thomas. H Sch 
J 26:16-17 Ja '43 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— lune 1944 



AGRICULTURAL education— War training pro- 
j^ranis — Cintttnuttt 
Importance of organizing and guiding agri- 
cultural advisory committees lor rural war 
production training program. P. M. Hodg- 
son. Ag Ed Mag 16:32 Ag '43 ,, ^ , , 

In.strmtion lor victory. T. M. Oakley, il 
Ag I'M M 15:89-f- N '•12 

Job in.slruction training in agriculture. W. 
P. Smith. Ag Ed Mag 10:107 D '43 

Maine trains potato roguers. Ed Vic 2:27 O 
If. ■■(:( 

Meeting the farm labor shortage through 
U.S. crop corps. M. L. Wilson. Occupations 
21:027-30 My '43 

Methods of correlating wartime instruction 
with farm labor needs. H. C. Potter. Ag 
Ed Mag 16:26-7 Ag '43 

Minneapolis program for training non-farm 
youth for farm work. A. V. Storm. Ag Ed 
Mag 16:186-7-1- Ap '44 

New Orleans pre-tarm employment training 
school. D. C. I^avergne. Ag Ed Mag 10: 
67-F O '43 

Non-farm youth in wartime food production. 
F. W. Lathrop. Ag Ed M 15:196-7 Ap '43 

Place of urban youth in the national defense 
program. R. H. Hoberg. Ag Ed M 14:226-7 
Je '42 

Procedures in organizing rural war-produc- 
tion training courses. I... J. Phipp.s. Ag Ed 
Mag 16:93 N '43 

Program to increase food production. B. R. 
Denbigh. Ag Ed Mag 16:38 Ag '43 

Public school program to train farm workers. 
J. A. McPhee. Calif Sch 14:107-10 My '43 

Readjustments in Virginia's supervisory pro- 
gram to meet the war situation. D. J. 
Howard. Ag Ed M 15:224-5 Je '43 

Recommendations for farm-labor training 
program in 1944. J. N. Weiss, il Ag Ed Mag 
16:166-7-f- Mr '44 

Responsibility of California public schools in 
the food production program. J. A. Mc- 
Phee. Calif Sch 14:67-74 Ap '43 

Rural war production trainmg. G. F. Bk- 
strom and H. M. Hamlin. Adult Ed Bui 
8:13-16 O '43 

Rural war production training. H. T. Hail. 
il Mid Sch 57:178-94- F '43 

Rural war production training and the war 
effort. G. C. Cook. Ag Ed M 15:132-3 Ja 
'43 

Teaching vocational agriculture a critical 
occupation; personnel losses and outlook 
for coming year. Ed Vic 1:1-2-1- Mr 1 "43 

Training city youth for farm work. D. S. 
Levine. H Points 25:13-20 Mr '43 

Urban youth help in food production. Na- 
tional education association. Research divi- 
sion, il Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 27:13-18 
Mr '43 

Victory farm volunteers. P. W. Schulze. il 
Mich Ed J 20:465-8 My '43 

A^ocational agriculture. J. H. Pearson. Ed 

64:98-100 O '43 
Vocational agriculture courses help solve 
war food production problem. Ed Vic 1:15 
Ap 15 '43 
War production training program for agri- 
cultural workers. J. A. McPhee. Calif Sch 
13:243-4 N '42 
"Wartime adjustments in agricultural educa- 
tion. M. J. Nicol. Ag Ed M 16:8 Jl '43 
Whither teacher education in the rural war 
production worker program? H. M. Byram. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:123-1- Ja '44 

Colleges and universities 
Creighton rural life institute. Commonweal 
35:446 F 20 '42 

High schools 
Little red school house grows up. C. W. 

Robinson, il Guernsey Breeders' Journal 

61:257-9-f . 354-7 F 15-Mr 1 '42 
Place of agriculture in the secondary-school 

program. H. M. Hamlin and C. W. San- 
ford, pa '43 Univ. of 111. 
Spring activitie.s In agriculture. A. Dixon. 

Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 31:578-82 Mr '43 
What's wrong with agriculture in high 

school? R. J. Havighurst. Sch R 52:75-6 

F '44 

Canada 
Essential needs in agricultural Instruction. 

N. Davles. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32: 

23-6 S '43 



France 
Back to the land. Int Bur Ed B 15 4th 
quarter:12g-9 '41 

Great Britain 
Agricultural education. R. Gardiner. Times 

Ed Sup 1462:223 My 8 '43 
Agricultural education after the war; ma- 
jority and minority reports. Times Ed Sup 
1459:180 Ap 17 '43 
Agricultural education; county councils' rec- 
ommendations. Times Ed Sup 1400:99 P 
28 '42 

Agricultural education in Great Britain. Na- 
ture 151:143-4 Ja 30 '43 

Agricultural education; memorandum of the 
Association of directors and secretaries for 
education. Times Ed Sup 1421:362 Jl 25 '« 

Agricultural education; National fanners' 
union memorandum. Times Ed Sup 1436: 
541 N 7 '42 

Agricultural education; N.U.T. statement. 
Times Ed Sup 1507:138 Mr 18 '44 

Agricultural education; need for technical 
training. Times Ed Sup 1410:298 Je 20 '42 

Agricultural education; progress In East Sus- 
se.\. Times Ed Sup 1421:361 Jl 25 '42 

Agricultural education; viewpoint of the 
schools. Times Ed Sup 1373:395 Ag 23 '41 

Farm training colony; training the unemploy- 
able. Times Ed Sup 1430:407 S 26 '42 

Farmers draw up proposals. Times Ed Sup 
1394:27 Ja 17 '42 

Future agricultural education. Times Ed Sup 
1449:68 F 6 '43 

Luxmoore report. W. E. C. J. Northbourne: 
L. R. Missen. J Ed London 75:412-f- S 
•43 

Post-war agricultural education. Nature 151: 
639-41 My 15 '43 

Post-war agricultural education. Times EM 
Sup 1393:22 Ja 10 '42 

Quis custodiel? Times Ed Sup 1459:187 Ap 
17 '43 

Rural youth. W. J. Deacon. New Era 23: 
39-43 Mr '42 

Town schools and rural activities; work In 
a Yorkshire County borough. Times Ed Sup 
1477:401 Ag 21 '43 
See also 

Farm institutes, 
England 

Haiti 

Community improvement. Ed Vic 1:6 My 15 
•43 

Illinois 

Annual program and directory of agricultural . 
education. 1940-1941. Illinois. Board for vo- 
cational education. (Bui. no7S) 55p il '40 
The bd, Springfield 

History of agricultural education of less than 
college grade in Illinois. Illinois. Board for 
vocational education. (Bui. noSO) 30p il 
■40 The bd, Springfield 

Mississippi 
Grange and farmer education in Mississippi. 
J. S. Ferguson. biblioK f Journal of South- 
ern History 8:497-512 N '42 

Nebraska 
Good Nebraska earth grows a plan for rural 
life. J. LaFarge. America 68:122-4 N 7 
'42 

Palestine 
School of agriculture. Int Bur Ed Bu! 16 
4th quarter:135-6 '42 

Russia 
Agricultural education in the U.S.S.U. B. 
L. King, il Times Ed Sup 1424:396; 1425:408 
Ag 15-22 '42 

Sweden 
Agricultural education in Sweden; advantages 
of a national system. Times Ed Sup 11S9: 
544 N 13 '43 

Wales 
Agricultural education in Wales. Times Ed 

Sup 1472:341 Jl 17 '43 
Agricultural education; the problem in 

Wales. Times Ed Sup 1376:431 S 13 '41 
Fifty years of rural science; a Welsh .'ec- 

ondar.v school. Times Ed Sup 1367:325 Jl 

12 '41 



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35 



AGRICULTURAL education association 

Annual meetine. l'J13, Midland agricultural 
college. Nature 151:114-15 Ja 23 '43 

Summer conference. University of Reading, 
July S-Ci. Nature 152:165-0 Ag 7 '43 

AGRICULTURAL engineering 

Another agricultural engineering mile-stone. 
W. B. Jone.«. il Agricultural Engineering 
22:441-2 D '41 

AGRICULTURAL engineering education 

Farm shop demonstration.s. A. C. Kennedy. 
75c The Interstate. 19 N Jackson st. Dan- 
ville. 111. 
Problems in training agricultural engineers. 
E. E. Brackett. Agricultural Engineering 
22:245-6-1- Jl '41 
Unit-operations principle applied to agricul- 
tural engineering laboratory instruction. L. 
M. K. Boelter and H. B. Walker. Agricul- 
tural Engineering 22:289-91 Ag '41 

AGRICULTURAL evening schools 

Adult education in agriculture, 1942-43. H. 
M. Hamlin. Ag Ed JI 15:170-1 Mr '43 

Adult evening-school program. S. Dobervich. 
Ag Ed M 14:230 Je '42 

Assisting teachers of adult classes in the 
Northwest. J. W. Jarvis. Ag Ed M 14:32-3 
Ag -41 

Before and after. C. J. Cunningham. Ag Ed 
M 14:190 Ap '42 

Building evening classes on farm and home 
problems. F. D. Morris. Ag Ed M 15:111 
D '42 

Can an adult school succeed in my com- 
munity? K. McGuire. Ag Ed M 15:91-)- N 
•42 

Continuous evening-class program. S. F. Sim- 
mons. Ag Ed M 15:53 S '42 

Co-ordinating the rural "war production train- 
ing program to secure the greatest war- 
time service. A. G. Rinn. il Ag Ed M 16: 
11 Jl '43 

Courses conducted the way fanners want 
them. C. A. Cazaly. Ag Ed M 14:169 Mr '42 

Developing an evening-class program. T. E. 
Ellis. Ag Ed M 14:21H- Mv '42 

Development of community services thru 
evening-school programs. E. R. Alexander. 
Ag Ed M 15:110-11 D '42 

Evening school builds an industry. L. R. 
Humpherys. il Ag Ed Mag 16:170-1 Mr '44 

Evening school in farm shop. A. Gamble. 
Ag Ed M 15:52 S '42 

Evening-school program. E M. Christenson. 
Ag Ed M 14:2134- My '42 

Evening schools result in adoption of one- 
variety cotton growing program. G. A. 
Luno. Ag Ed M 14:31 Ag '41 

Farm-machinery repair program for evening 
schools. D. P. Brown, il Ag Ed M 15:32 
Ag '42 

Farmer's evening school is fun. E. W. Row- 
ley. Ag Ed M 15:10-11 Jl '42 

For all the members of all the families. M. 
Seab. Ag Ed M 14:111 D '41 

Good news from an evening class. R. Zinn. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:211 My '44 

Influence of adult classes in agriculture on 
farming practices. R. V. Diggins. Ag Ed 
M 13:232 Je '41 

Just monkeying around. M. Nichols, il Ag Ed 
M 14:210-11 My '42 

Obtaining and holding attendance at evening 
classes. J. B. Mclnnis. Ag Ed M 15:127 
Ja '43 

Organizing an evening school to meet war- 
time needs. J. R. Stierwalt. Ag Ed M 15: 
151-1- F '43 

Part-time and evening classes in vocational 
agriculture in Illinois. Illinois. Board for 
vocational education. (Bui. no79) 62p '41 
The bd. Springfield 

Procedures that work in promotion and or- 
ganization. F. M. Frank. Ag Ed M 14:150-1 
F '42 

Results of evening class instruction. A. H. 
Bushong. Ag Ed Mag 16:112 D '43 

Self-analysis of several years of adult-class 
teaching. F. E. Van Pelt. Ag Ed M 13:233 
Je '41 

Some things I've learned. W. P. Smith Ag 

Ed M 15:11 Jl '42 
Utilizing home and community resources in 

adult classes. B. L. Bible, il Ag Ed M 14- 

30-1 Ag '41 



Wliy concern ourselves with part-time and 
evening classes? H. M. Hamlin. Ag Ed M 

14:48-9 S '41 

AGRICULTURAL extension work 

Agricultural extension in an industrial so- 
ciety. M. L. Wilson. Adult Ed J 2:85-9 
Ap '43 

Agricultural extension services among Ne- 
groes in the South. D. A. Wilkerson. bib- 
liog t pa '42 Conf. of Negro land grant 
cols. K. B. Atwood. sec, Ky. state col. 
Frankfort 

Education for sustained regional productivity. 
W. M. Baker and W. M. Landes.?. bibliog II 
J Ed Soc 15:160-74 N '41 

Extension service for youth. M. L. Wilson. 
Phi Delta Kappan 25:156-7 Ap '43 

Guinea-pig hoine economist. V. Beam. 
J Home Econ 36:197-9 Ap '44 

Increased load in extension without increased 
personnel; abstract. C E. Brehm. (In As- 
sociation of land-grant colleges and uni- 
versities. Proceedings. 1940. p 155-7) 

Needed — unity in agriculture: the U.S. De- 
partment of agriciilture and the state land 
grant colleges must cooperate. H. C. Byrd. 
State Government 17:280-3 F '43 

Opportunities for the professional study of 
adult education — 1943. C. O. Houle. Adult 
Ed B 7:104-9 Ap '43 

Rural extension worlf. Adult Ed J 2:32-4 Ja 
'43 

Standards of measurement in extension 
work: abstract. B. H. Crocheron. (In As- 
.sociation of land-grant colleges and uni- 
versities. Proceedings. 1940. p 151-5) 

Unified command and democracy in agricul- 
ture. J. D. Hoskins. Science 96:567-71 D 
25 '42 

Why adult education? for vocational efficien- 
cy — -rural areas. M. L,. Wilson. Adult Ed 
B 6:164-5 Ag '42 

Laws and legislation 
Laws relating to vocational education and 
agricultural extension work. United States. 
Laws, statutes, etc. 96p 10c '41 Supt. of 
doc. 

AGRICULTURAL fairs. See Fairs 

AGRICULTURAL machinery. See Farm ma- 
chinery 

AGRICULTURAL part-time education 

Co-operative activities for young-farmer 
classes. J. G. Canterbury, ir. Ag Ed M 14: 
191 Ap '42 

Course for young farmers includes unique 
features. L. S. Hess. Ag Ed M 14:151-(- 
F '42 

P.F.A. chapter solves a part-time farming 
problem. R. M. Kirkbride. Ag Ed M 15:37 
Ag '42 

Industrial school offers a part-time course 
in agriculture. E. Hall. Ag Ed M 14:10 
Jl '41 

National defen.se and part-time education in 
agriculture in Pennsylvania. R. B. Dicker- 
son, il Ag Ed M 14:33-1- Ag '41 

Part-time and evening classes in vocational 
agriculture in Illinois. Illinois. Board for 
vocational education. (Bui. no79) 62p '41 
The bd. Springfield 

Part-time students in homemaking and agri- 
culture have bi -county programs. S. C. 
Hulslander and L M. Titus. Ag Ed M 14:32 
Ag '41 

Some characteristics of young farmers and 
their significance for teachers. J. B Mc- 
Clelland, bibliog Ag Ed M 13:234-5-^ Je 
'41; Same cond. Ed Digest 7:40-2 S '41 

Trainees teach part-time class. C. G. Howard. 
Ag Ed M 13:232 Je '41 

War conditions require changes in program. 
G. R. Brown. Ag Ed M 15:197 Ap '43 

WTiy concern ourselves with part-time and 
evening classes? H. M. Hamlin. Ag Ed M 
14:48-9 S '41 

AGRICULTURAL products 
.'•'ee also 
Surplus products 

Latin America 
War crops from our neighbor's garden. S. 
Zemurray. Tex Outl 27:20-2 D '43 



36 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AGRICULTURAL products — Continued 

Tropics 
Tropical aerlcultural production „for con- 
sumption in the United States. E. Mather. 
J Geog 43:76-8 F '44 
AGRICULTURAL research , , ,,. 

Forty years of helping the farmer with 
kiiowledBe. W. H. Chandler. Science 96: 
5C3-7 Je 5 '42 
AGRICULTURAL rooms 
Furniture for the agriculture room. D. J. 
Hayes. II Ag Ed M 16:12 Jl '43 

See also 
Farm shops 
AGRICULTURAL schools 

See also , „ ^ , 

Chilocco Indian agrl- Farm schools 
cultural school. School of Pan 

Chilocco. Oklahoma American agrlcul- 
Fairbridge farm ture 

schools 

Great Britain 
Junior technical school for asriculture; pio- 
neer work in Denbighshire. Times Ed faup 
1402:123 Mr 14 '42 

Iceland 
Agricultural, handicraft and art schools of 
Iceland. G. T. Trial. Peabody J Ed 21:243-8 
Ja '44 

Latin America 
Directory of schools of agriculture in Latin 
American republics. United States Office 
of education. 28p '41 U.S. Office of ed. 
Palestine 

See also 
Hebrew university, 
Jerusalem — School 
of agriculture 
AGRICULTURAL societies 

See also „ , <■ 

Association of land- Future farmers of 
grant colleges and America 

universities Grange 

Farmers' associations 
AGRICULTURAL students 

See also „ , , , ^. 

Agriculture, Voca- Student selection — 

tional — Students Agricultural 

schools 
AGRICULTURAL teachers , -a-^ t^ 

Chapter tours. L. R. Humpherys. Ag Ed M 
13"237 Je '41 

Comprehensive program of adult education as 
a responsibility of the teacher of agri- 
culture. R. W. Gruenwald. Ag Ed M 14:150 
F '42 

Effect of war on vocational agriculture teach- 
ers. Ed Vic 1:31 Jl 15 '42 

How's your conscience? AV. G. Twombly. Ag 
Ed Mag 16:133 Ja '44 

More effective use of local leadership. L. M. 
Quin. jr. Ag Ed Mag 16:70 O '43 

Pennsylvania agricultural teacher cycles to 
work. Ag Ed M 15:178 Mr '43 

Study of the proficiency of beginning teach- 
ers in technical agriculture. C. E. Rhoad. 
por Ag Ed Mag 16:174 Mr '44 

Teacher losses and .supply in vocational agri- 
culture in relation to war effort. Ed Vic 
1:19 N 2 '42 

Teacher losses and supply in vocational agri- 
culture in relation to the war effort, 1942- 
43 [mimeographed] United States. Office 
of education. Vocational division. (Misc. 
3008) 25p "42 U.S. Office of ed. 

Teacher of agriculture as a guidance worker. 
L. R. Humpherys. 11 Ag Ed M 14:86-1- N '41 

Teaching vocational agriculture a critical 
occupation; personnel losses and outlook 
for coming vear. Ed Vic l:l-2-f Mr 1 '43 

Training teachers for adult programs after 
the war. H. W. Sanders, por Ag Ed Mag 
16:171-1- Mr '44 

Vocational agriculture teacher losses. Ed vie 
2:27 .11 1 '43 

What becomes of graduates in agricultural 
education? O. A. Salem. Ag Ed M 14:214-15 
My "42 

Where shall we serve? Ag Ed Mag 16:209 My 
•44 



Young men In teaching. E. K. Hosklns. pa 
'42 The auth, 107 RIdgedale rd, Ithaca, 
N.Y. 

Prognosis of success 

Development of criteria for the selection of 
prospective teachers of vocational agricul- 
ture. G. L,. O'Kellcy. Jr. Ag Ed Mag 16: 
94-5-1- N '43 

Qualifications 

Clinical technique for the selection and guid- 
ance of agricultural education trainees. L,. 
H. Harden, bibllog Ag Ed M 15:106-7-f D '42 

Training 
Apprenticeship experiences for prospective 
teachers of vocational agriculture [mimeo- 
graphed] Michigan. Hoard of control for 
vocational education. (Bui. no283) 13p II 
'42 The bd. Lansing 
Evaluation of the participating experiences 
in the pre-service professional training 
program of teachers of vocational agricul- 
ture at Ohio state university. R. E. Bender. 
Ag Ed M 15:134-54-. Ja '43 
Farm mechanics training courses for Idaho 
Instructors. H. A. Winner. Ag Ed M 15: 
73 O '42 
Improving teachers of vocational agriculture 
In service. O. J. Seymour. Ag Ed M 14:95 
N '41 
Long legs and a short bed; a call to men In 
teacher education to accept responsibilities 
comparable to the needs of the hour. R. 
M. Stewart. Ag Ed Mag 16:164-5 Mr 44 
Readjustments in supervisory programs to 
meet the war situation. J. A. McPhee. Ag 
Ed M 15:164-5-1- Mr "43 
Readjustments in teacher-training programs 
necessitated by the rural war production 
training program. L. F. Hall. Ag Ed M 
15:225-f Je '43 
Readjustments in the teacher education pro- 
grams to meet the war situation. O. C. 
Aderhold, Ag Ed M 15:206-7+ ilY '43 
Relationships between teachers of vocational 
agriculture and organizations interested in 
farm equipment. D. C. Sprague. Ag Ed M 
15:172-3 Mr '43 
Selecting and training teachers and super- 
visors in vocational education. G. y. 
Weaver. (In National society for the study 
of education. Forty-second yearbook, pt 1. 
P 148-62) 
Selecting and training teachers under the 
flfth-vear plan on a wartime basis. S. S. 
Sutherland. Ag Ed M 15:146 F '43 
Selection and guidance of college students 
in agricultural education. G. F. Ekstrora 
and L. H. Harden. Ed Adm & Sup 28:139- 
43 F '42 
Some changes and developments In the teach- 
er-training program in agricultural educa- 
tion. A. W. Nolan. Ag Ed M 15:26 Ag 42 
Some problems in training teachers of vo- 
cational agriculture in farm machinery re- 
pair. S. H. Foote, Jr. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
33:143-4 Ap '44 
Student workroom as a teacher-training de- 
vice. R. W. Montgomer>-. Ag Ed M 15:47-1- 
S '4'' 
Trainees teach part-time class. C. G. Howard. 

Ag Ed M 13:232 Je '41 . , . v 

Training and supervising special teachers. 

W. H. Martin. Ag Ed Mag 16:90-1 N '43 
Training of vocational agricultural teachers. 

Ed Vic 1:27 Ap 15 '42 , . ,^ 

Training teachers of vocational agriculture 
to meet the war emergency. Ed Vic 1: 
17-19 My 15 '42 
WTiither teacher education in the rural war 
production worker program? H. M. Byram. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:123-f Ja '44 

California 
Vocational agriculture teacher situation In 

California. B. J. McMahon. Ag Ed Mag 

16:175+ Mr '44 
AGRICULTURE . 

Friendlv cooperation between agriculture and 

educa'tion. Wis J Ed 76:336-9 Mr '44 
Influence of adult classes In agriculture on 

farming practices. R. V. Dlggins. Ag Ed M 

13"232 Je '41 
Review of nftv-five years of agriculture at 

the Training school. H. E. Renne. Train 

Sch Bui 41:1-11, 30-6 Mr-Ap '44 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



37 



AGRICULTURE^ConSinued 
Underconsumption of knowledfre and skills. 

M. C. Gaar. Ag Ed M H:207 Mv '42 
Wanted — citizens on the farm. W. M. Robm- 
son. il Nat Par-Teach 37;11-13 Mr '43 
See also 
Farm labor Farms 

Farm labor — Stu- Poultry 

dents Soil fertility 

Economic aspects 
Must farmers counterattack labor? H. E. 

Babcock. Ag Ed M 14:104 D '41 
Teaching cooperation among low-income 
farmers of the Pacific Northwest. J. J. 
King. Soc Ed 6:366-7 D "42 
See also 
Agricultural econom- Land utihzation 
ics Migration from farms 

International aspects 
We turn to the Americas. E. N. Bressman. 
Ag Ed M 14:84-5 N '41 

Laboratory manuals 
Laboratory studies in modern agriculture. 
R. M. Karns. pa $1.08 "41 Ginn 

Projects 
See also 
Agriculture, Voca- 
tional — Projects 

Research 

See Agricultural research 
Soilless culture 
See Plants — Soilless culture 

Teaching 
See also 
Agricultural educa- 
tion 

Teaching methods 
Demonstration an aid to teaching. W. C. 
Fish, il Purdue Agriculturist 35:14 Ja '41 

Textbooks 
Cull your library. I. G. Fay. Ag Ed Mag 16: 
127 Ja '44 

Units of work 
Agriculture. L. M. Bousa. bibliog il Grade 
Teach 59:46-7-1- Ap '42 

Canada 
Agricultural surpluses in relation to trade 
between the United States and Canada. 
L. L. Stephan. J Geog 41:95-100 Mr '42 

Great Britain 
Agricultural education. Nature 148:573-5 N 

15 '41 
Salute to countrymen. World Assn Adult Ed 

B 2d s 33:14-16 F '43 

Kentucky 

P.F.A. brings new crop to Kentucky. I. Jett. 
Ag Ed M 15:17 Jl '42 

Michigan 
History of 4-H club work in Michigan. A. G. 
Kettunen. Michigan History Magazine 26 
no3:297-318 '42 

Palestine 
School of agriculture of the Hebrew univer- 
sity of Jerusalem. Science 99:31 Ja 14 '44 

United States 
Agricultural surpluses in relation to trade 

between the United States and Canada. L. 

L. Stephan. J Geog 41:95-100 Mr '42 
Communitv service center. L. D. Kiemmed- 

son. Ag Ed Mag 16:84-5 N '43 
Effect of multiple tract farms on farming 

opportunities. O. R. LeBeau. map Ag Ed 

Mag 16:30-1 Ag "43 
Farm women help write the peace. E. B. 

Herring. J Ed Soc 15:272-8 Ja '42 
Fewer, bigger farms. Ag Ed M 14:187 Ap '42 
Liatifundia in America. E. G. Berry. Class J 

39:156-8 D '43 
Planning postwar programs for young farm- 
ers. R. W. Gregory, il Ag Ed Mag 16:190-1 

Ap '44 



Why we play up postwar planning. C. Wor- 
cester. CIn Institute for education by radio. 
Education on the air; fourteenth yearbook, 
1943. P227-30) 
See also 

Farm tenancy 

Migration from farms 

History 
Agricultural point of view in the study of 
American history. L. B. Schmidt. Ed 63: 

407-17 Mr '43 

Postwar problems 
Wliat are farmers thinking? B. Y. Landis. 
Front Democ 9:176-7 Mr '43 

AGRICULTURE, Cooperative 

Builds its program on co-operation. N. J. 

Wardle. Ag Ed M 14:177 Mr '42 
Co-operative activities for young- farmer 

classes. J. G. Canterbury, jr. Ag Ed M 14: 

191 Ad '42 
Co-operative activity in the North East FFA. 

R. A. Fordyce. il Ag Ed M 14:97 N '41 
Co-operative marketing program developed 

thru adult classes. L. V. Halbrooks. Ag 

Ed Mag 16:151 F '44 
F.F.A. does co-operative buying. Ag Ed Mag 

16:177 Mr '44 
Future farmers co-operate. M. T. Seitz. Ag 

Ed M 14:232 Je '42 
Starting F.F.A. co-operatives. L,. E. Cross, il 

Ag Ed M 14:114 D '41 
Toung farmers co-operate. H. B. Franklin. 

il Ag Ed M 14:231 Je '42 
See also 
Marketing, Coopera- 
tive 
AGRICULTURE, Soilless. See Plants — Soilless 

culture 

AGRICULTURE, Vocational 

Adjust or adjourn. H. W. Sanders. Ag Ed M 
15:3 Jl '42 

Agricultural education. R. H. Woods, bib- 
liog (In National society for the study of 
education. Forty-second yearbook, pt 1. 
p 199-213) 

Agricultural education for Negroes. A. M. 
Myster. Ag Ed Mag 16:45-1- S '43 

Agricultural education forges ahead. G. J. 
Dippold. Ag Ed Mag 16:63-|- O '43 

Aids and procedures in agricultural educa- 
tion. R. H. Woods. (In National society 
for the study of education. Forty-second 
yearbook, pt 1. p 106-11) 

Eight-year study and some of its implica- 
tions for vocational agriculture. G. P. 
Deyoe. Ag Ed M 15:234-5 Je '43 

Essentials of a good newspaper article. R. 
K. Warr. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Roads to the future, 
p 163-6) 

Evaluation from the point of view of a 
teacher. L. J. Hayden. Ag Ed M 14:124-5 
Ja '42 

Experiment in apprenticeship farming. Ed 
Vic 2:29 Mr 20 '44 

Farm-family living; contributing to satisfying 
farm-family living through cooperative edu- 
cational programs in vocational agriculture 
and home economics. United States. Office 
of education. Vocational division. (Mono- 
graph no22) lip pa 5c '41 Supt. of doc. 

Farm research narratives; the survey method 
of conducting research. C. L. Angerer and 
S. W. Warren. Ag Ed M 14:4-6 Jl '41 

How public relations are established through 
the school activities. W. E. Thoraen. (In 
Pennsylvania. University. School of edu- 
cation. Roads to the future, p 153-6) 

How teachers assist young farmers to in- 
crease their net worth. W. H. Wolf. Ag Ed 
Mag 16:214-15 My '44 

Importance of organizing and guiding agri- 
cultural advisory committees for rural war 
production training program. P. M. Hodg- 
son. Ag Ed Mag 16:32 Ag '43 

In defense of keeping on the job. E. M. 
Juergenson. Ag Ed Mag 16:71 O '43 

Indigenous community school program. R. W. 
Roberts. Ag Ed M 15:3-1- Jl '42 

Making vocational agriculture more educa- 
tional. C. Hammonds. Ag Ed Mag 16:24- 
5-1- Ag '43 

National evaluation project. F. W. Lathrop. 
Ag Ed M 14:73 O '41 



38 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AGRICULTURE. Vocational— Continued 

New conception of Ihe responsibility of a 
teacher of vocational nericulture to his 
school and coinniunity. S. M. Jackson. Ae 
Ed Mac 1G:201+ My '<* „ „ _, 

New highway demanded. W. H. Martin. Ag 
Ed M 1-1:223 Je 42 „ , . c. i. 

Our pronram— Bood or poor? J. A. Starrak. 
Ak Ed M U!:3+ Jl '43 , , , j 

Planning and evaluating In agricultural edu- 
cation. H. M. Hamlin. Ag Ed M 13:204-7 
My Ml; Ui.scussion. 14:6-7. 274-. 67. 95. 105 
Jl-Ag. O-n Ml , ^ , 

Policies and needs In agricultural education. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:183 + . 203 Ap-.My M4 

Po.-itwar plannlnp for vocational aKnculturc. 
I.. M. .Sasnian. Ak Kd Mag 16:205+ My M4 

Present agricultural situation and the part 
of vocational agriculture. C. P. Streeter. 
(In Pennsvlvania. University. School ot 
education. Education in a nation at war. 
D277-81) 

Problems in vocational education in agricul- 
ture. L. M. Sasman. Ag Ed M 14:224-5 Je 
M2 

Progress of vocational education program. C. 
M. Arthur. Ed Vic 1:23-6 Je 15 M3 

Public relations. R. G. Struble. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. 
Roads to the future, p 157-63) 

Public relations: contacts with the editors. 
R. M. Goodier. (In Pennsylvania. Univer- 
sity. School of education. Roads to the 
future, p 147-9) , , ,. „ 

Public relations, or informing the public, i. 
D. Trammell. As Ed M 15:157 P M3 

Report of the Pacific regional conference. 
D. L. MacDonald. Ag Ed M 15:45 SM2 

Sears Roebuck foundation makes J25.000 
grant to vocational agriculture. M. Xichols. 
Ag Ed M 16:1 Jl M3 

Some changes and developments in the teach- 
er-training program in agricultural educa- 
tion. A. W. Nolan. Ag Ed M 15:26 Ag M2 

Training for farming: establishing and con- 
ducting a department of vocational agri- 
cultural education. Michigan. Board of con- 
trol for vocational education. (Bui. no272) 
53p bibliog il plans Ml The bd, Lansing 

Training, placing and financing young men 
returning from military service and war 
production industries after the war. G. A. 
Schmidt. Ag Ed Mag 16:31+ Ag M3 

Training teachers for adult programs after 
the war. H. W. Sanders, por Ag Ed Mag 
16:171+ Mr M4 

Vocational agriculture and general educa- 
tion. L.. E. Cook. Ag Ed Mag 16:143 F M4 

We are on the spot. Ag Ed Mag 16:163+ Mr 
M4 

Wliat can we do to help win the war? H. 
Ross. Ag Ed M 15:55 S M2 

With the CCC: an experiment in agricul- 
tural training in the CCC. G. J. Finley. 
il Sch Life 27:52-4 N '41 
See also 

Farm meciianics 

Future farmers of 
America 

Aims and objectives 
Changes in the emphasis on certain objectives 
of vocational education in agriculture to 
meet the present situation. C. Hammonds. 
Ag Ed M 15:4+ Jl M2 

Working toward sound objectives in farming 
programs. E. L. Raines. Ag Ed M 14:47 
S Ml 

Bibliography 

Selected references on secondary-school in- 
struction; agriculture (cont) T. E. Sexauer. 
comp. Sch R 50:215-16; 51:175-6; 52:174-5 
Mr M2. Mr M3, Mr M4 

Correlation with other subjects 
Program for belter farm family living. G. 
Farber and M. C. Grover. Ag Ed M 14:227 
.le M2 

Curriculum 
Adult education in agriculture, 1942-43. H. 

M. Hamlin. Ag Ed M 15:170-1 Mr M3 
Agriculture courses increasing. Ed Vic 1:22 

Ag 15 M2 
Are vocational students equipped? W. B. 

Duryee. (In Pennsylvania. University. 

School of education. Coordination of school 

and community, p 180-2) 



Farm electrltlcatlon and the curriculum. A- 
A. Walters. Currlc J 14:09-72 F '43 

Mobilizing vocational agriculture. S. C. Hula- 
lander. Ag Ed Mag 10:44 S M3 

Planning the work in vocational guidance. 
J. N. Cardwell. Tex Outl 20:33 Ag 42 

Skills course offered at Montana state col- 
lege. D. L. MacDonald. Ag Ed M 15:86-7 
N M2 , ^ 

Teaching of rural law by vocational teachers 
in Pennsylvania. S. F. Simmons. Ag Ed M 
16:194-5+ Ap '43 

Exhibits 
Farm-shop exhibit. A. T. Sowder. Ag Ed M 
14:212 My '42 

Follow up 

Evaluating education programs in agricul- 
ture by surveys. D. M. Hall. Ag Ed M 15: 
147 F '43 ... ,. 

Follow-up program in vocational agriculture. 
J. G. Glavin. Ag Ed M 15:48-9 S 42 

Occupational distribution, entrance Into 
farming and opportunities for farming, of 
former students ot vocational agriculture. 
C. E. Wright. Ag Ed Mag 16:14-15-f Jl; 
34-5 Ag '43 , , . 

Occupational status of former students or 
vocational agriculture in Virginia. O. A. 
Salem. Ag Ed Mag 16:154-5 F "44 

Study of .State farmers in Ohio. W. G. 
Wciler. Ag Ed M 14:234-5 Je '42 _ 

What becomes of graduates in agriculturaJ 
education? O. A. Salem. Ag Ed M 14:214-15 
My '42 . , . 

What becomes of vocational agriculture stu- 
dents? J. M. Hill, il Tex OuU 27:39-40 F 
'43; Same cond. jS« Ed M 15:175 Mr '43 

History 
See Agricultural education — History 

Projects 

Analysis of swine project records. R. E. 
Bender. Ag Ed M 15:66-7+ O '42 

Balanced feeding pays. B. C. Davis, il Ag Ed 
Mag 16:117 D '43 

Boys grow seed corn in Texas, il Ag Ed Mag 
16:37 Ag '43 

Bovs make cotton dusters in vocational agri- 
culture shop. R. L. Barron, il Ag Ed M 
15:113 D M2 ^,. ^ ^ ■ , 

Can voung men become established in farm- 
ing and secure a college education at the 
same time? G. S. Dowell. Ag Ed M 14: 
105+ D '41; Same cond. Tex Outl 25:39-40 

D Ml . ^ . 

Characteristics and practices of students 
with superior farm practice. D. R. Clark. 
Ag Ed -Mag 16:08 O '43 

Common spelling and grammatical errors 
found in project record books. C. S. Ander- 
son. Af,- Ed M 15:li!5+ .\p '43 

Communitv hatchery prosperous. M. Farrow. 
11 Ag Ed Mag 16:49 S '43 

Contest in agricultural skills. R. A. Power. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:188 Ap 44 

County wide pig club. E. Thue. il Ag Ed Mag 
16:168 Mr '44 

Credit for the supervised practice program. 
J. B. Mclnnis. Ag Ed M 15:29 Ag M2 

Developing a supervised farm-practice pro- 
gram, E. M. Ott. il Ag Ed M 15:9 Jl '42 

Developing leadership through cooperative 
activities. R. C. Mitchell, il Tex Outl 27:27 
Jl '43; Same. Ag Ed Mag 16:36 Ag '43 

Establishment in farming. J. L. Robinson. 
Ag Ed M 14:46 S '41 

Evaluating outcomes of supervised farming 
programs. G. P. Deyoe. Ag Ed M 14:146-8 
F ■\2 

Evening school builds an industry-. L. R. 
Humpherys. il Ag Ed Mag 16:170-1 Mr '44 

Fatlier and son partnerships. S. Hawthorne. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:109 D '43 

Footprints in his fields. W. C. Pryor. il Ag 
Ed M 14:108-9 D '41 

Future farmer activities in vocational agri- 
culture. Kentucky. Department of education. 
(Ed. bul. v9 no 11) 945-lOl.Sp il pa '42 The 
dept, Frankfort 

F.F.A. makes money on seed. J. W. Irwin, 
il Ag Ed Mag 16:57 S '43 

Hogs are important in the .'■■outhwest. W. Q. 
Butterfleld. Ag Ed .Mag 16:98 N '43 

Home farming programs. W. E. Thomen. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:128-9 Ja '44 



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39 



AGRICULTURE, Vocational — Projects — Cont. 
Home project. R. W. Lloyd. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. Co- 
ordination of school and community, p 198- 
200) 
Home project. R. P. Winters. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. Co- 
ordination of school and community, p 195- 

8) 
Home projects in agricullure. E. R. Mc- 

Clellan. Sch (Sec ed) 30:216-18 N '41 
How to get students into supervised prac- 
tice programs. W. R. Bryant. Ag Ed M 15: 

20S-9 Jly '43 
Improving practices thru farmer classes. S. 

S. Sutherland, il Ag Ed Mag 16:50-1-1- S 

•43 
Is long-time farm practice planning prac- 
tical? H. M. Hamlin. Ag Ed M 15:208 My 

•43 
Kentucky sheep program. W. R. Tabb. il 

Ag Ed M 15:148-94- F '43 
Law west of the Pecos. C. G. Howard. Ag 

Ed Mag 16:S9-t- N '43 
Learning b.v doing pays. JI. C. Gaar. Ag Ed 

Mag 16:131 Ja '44 
Let's work together. S. C. Hulslander. Ag 

Ed M 15:236 Je '43 
liong-time farming programs. W. T. Reese. 

Ag Ed M 15:108 D '42 
Long-time program for all-day and out-of- 

school youth. H. A. Winner. Ag Ed M 14: 

111 D '41 
Making a start in farming. J. L. Robinson. 

Ag Ed Mag 16:49 S '43 
Marengo 400 club. M. J. Nicol. il Ag Ed M 

14:14S-9-f F '42 
Measuring efficiency in conducting farm- 
practice programs. R. O. Robinson. Ag Ed 

M 14:72-3 O '41 
Methods and measurements in farm planning 

and swine production. J. I. Thompson. Ag 

Ed M 16:6-7 Jl '43 
Methods of securing community co-operation. 

R. A. Dixon, il Ag EM M 14:187 Ap '42 
Methods of setting up projects. C. R. Rabb. 

Ag Ed M 15:69-1- O '42 
Place of goals and standards of production in 

developing programs of supervi.«ed farming. 

G. P. Deyoe. il Ag Ed M 15:lS8-9-|- Ap '43 
Planning supervised farming activities. J. G. 

Dippold. Ag Ed M 14:208-9 My ^42 
Plans for individual supervision. A. Duncan. 

Ag Ed M 14:229-f- Je '42 
Poultry production program. L. G. Maloy. 

il Ag Ed Mag 16:28 Ag '43 
Program of Tracy Himsecker — star farmer 

for southern region. Ag Ed M 15:187 Ap '43 
Project selection and planning. H. B. Han- 
son. Ag Ed M 15:211 My '43 
Project visits in wartime. N. M. Cook. Ag 

Ed M 15:109 p '42 
Projects and supervised practice on a farm. 

D. M. Orr. Ag Ed Mag 16:208-|- My '44 
Rural school studies agricultural production. 

G. H. Dobrindt. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 

31:478-81 P '43 
Securing good results in producing pork. 

R. E. Bender, il Ag Ed Mag 16:46-7 S '43 
Securing satisfactory supervised farming 

programs. H. Boucher, il Ag Ed Mag 16: 

108-9 D '43 
Setting up sound farming programs. W. E. 

Stuckey. il Ag Ed M 15:SS-9 N ^42 
Setting up supervised practice programs in 

Alabama. C. C. Scarborough. Ag Ed M 14: 

228-9 Je '42 
Some instructional techniques for conduct- 
ing dairy-herd improvement projects. S. C. 

Mosier. il Ag Ed Mag 16:146-7 F '44 
Some methods for motivating and evaluating 

improvement projects in poultry. G. Blank. 

Ag Ed Mag 16:48 S '43 
Studying the communitv. L. W. Copp Sch 

(El ed) 30:785 My '42 
Success of the supervised practice program 

depends on the teacher. K. Diehl. il Ag 

Ed M 15:168-9 Mr '43 
Successful project — sow testing. E. F. Ferrin. 

-\g Ed M 15:28 Ag '42 

Suggested supervised farm practice T. C 
Martin. Ag Ed M 15:69 O '42 

Suggestions for selecting and planning pro- 
duction projects. K. J. Peterson. Ag Ed 
M 14:126-7 Ja '42 



Supervised farm practice. Michigan. Board 

of control for vocational education. (Bui. 

no250) rev ed 62p bibliog il '42 priv ptd 

The bd, Lansing 
Supervised farm practice for adult farmers. 

H. P. Lawrence. Ag Ed M 14:167-}- Mr '42 
Supervised farm practice paves way for 

permanent program. Ed Vic 1:20 Ag 15 '42 
Supervised farm practice programs. F. E. 

Heald. por Ag Ed Mag 16:169-f Mr '44 
Supervised farming in vocational agriculture. 

G. P. Deyoe. $3 '43 The Interstate, 19 

N Jackson it, Danville, III. 
Supervised farming program in action. R. E. 

Price. Ag Ed M 15:29 Ag '42 
Supervised practice in productive enterprises 

as a basis of instruction for voung-farmer 

classes. R. W. Canada, il Ag Ed M 14:70-1 

O '41 
Supervised practice programs C B. Senter. 

Ag Ed M 14:209 My '42 
Supervised practice programs assist in es- 
tablishment in farming. H. M. Davis. Ag 

Ed M 15:68 O '42 
.Supervised practice that develops farmers. 

R. J. Bishop. Ag Ed M 15:57 S '42 
Supervised project program. C N. DeHart. 

Ag Ed M 15:209 My '43 
Supervised swine program. P. J. Holland, il 

-Vg Ed M 15:8-9 Jl '42 
Supervisory devices to increase qualitv and 

quantity of projects. H. S. Hill. Ag Ed 

Mag 16:148-9 F '44 
Teaching students to plan better farm water 

systems. M. C. Gaar and A. D. Longhouse. 

bibliog Ag Ed M 13:230-1 Je '41 
They raised the pigs. G. A. Schmidt. Ag Ed 

Mag 16:116 D '43 
Two essential teacher activities in directing 

the planning of pupils' supervised farming 

programs. R. A. OIney. Ag Ed Mag 16:88 

Use of farm surveys in developing farming 
programs. B. R. Dugdale. Ag Ed M 15:108- 
9 D '42 

Usmg credit in getting started and expanding 
a farming program. P. Hilburn. Ag Ed M 
14:167 Mr '42 

War livestock program for vocational agri- 
culture students. J. I. Thompson. Ag Ed 
Mag 16:69 O '43 

Young-farmer class stresses supervised farm- 
ing activities. W. W. McCulloch. il Ag Ed 
M 14:lS9-t- Ap '42 
See also 

Farm shops — Proj- 
ects 

Records 
Analysis of hog project records. W. L. New- 
port. Ag Ed M 15:228-94- Je '43 

Research 
Research with scope. E. R. Hoskins. Ag Ed 
M 15:3 Jl '42 

Students 

Apprentice training as related to establish- 
ment in farming. W. Rawson. il Ag Ed M 
14:110-11 D '41 

Apprenticeships in agriculture. H. H Carr. 
il Ag Ed M 14:54-5 S '41 

Can young men become established in farm- 
ing and secure a college education at the 
same time? G. S. Dowell. Ag Ed M 14: 
105-1- D '41; Same cond. Tex Outl 25:39-40 
D '41 

Characteristics and practices of students 
with superior farm practice. D. R. Clark. 
Ag Ed Mag 16:68 O '43 

Farm duties and responsibilities of rural 
boys. E. B. Knight. Ag Ed M 14:172-3 Mr '42 

Long-term program for all-day and out-of- 
school youth. H. A. Winner. Ag Ed M 14: 
111 D '41 

Occupational distribution, entrance into farm- 
ing and opportunities for farming, of former 
students of vocational agriculture. C. E. 
Wright. Ag Ed Mag 16:14-15-f Jl; 34-5 
Ag '43 

Occupational status of former students of 
vocational agriculture in Virginia. O. A. 
Salem. Ag Ed Mag 16:154-5 F '44 

Personnel of part-time cla.sses in Minnesota. 
G. F. Ekstrom. Ag Ed M 14:135+ Ja '42 

Research in the selection of students of 
vocational agriculture in Louisiana. C. L. 
Mondart. Ag Ed M 14:14-15 Jl '41 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AGRICULTURE, Vocational— Students— Cotif. 
Some fundamental considerations In tne 
placement of younp men on farms. B. Mor- 
gan Ag Ed M 14:128 Ja '42 
Tennessee probes Placement of farm youth. 
E. 13. Knight. Occupations 20;11C-21 N 4i 
Subject matter 
How well can we estimate? W. F. Stewart. 
Ag Ed M 11:206 My '42 

Supervised practice 
See Agriculture, Vocational— Projects 

Teacher training 
See Agricultural teachers— Training 

Teachers 
See Agricultural teachers 

Teachers' manuals 
Negro farm families can feed themselves: 
a handbook for teachers. United States. 
OfBce of education. Vocational division. 
(Leanet no8) 53p bibliog il pa 15c 42 Supt. 
of doc. 

Teaching 
Annual plans for the teacher of vocational 
agriculture. A. V. Townsend. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. Co- 
ordination of school and community, p 182- 
g\ 
Comparative study of the New York state 
schools of agriculture at Alfred, Canton, 
and Morrisville [thesis] [mimeographed] 
G A. Gilger, Jr. bibliog pa '41 The auth, 
12 Judson St, Canton, N.Y; Summary. Oc- 
cupations 20:276-9 Ja '42 . ., , , 
Importance of vocational agriculture students 
keeping accurate farm records, b. A. tLn- 
gene. Ag Ed M 15:126 Ja '43 
Methods and measurements in farm planning 
and swine production. J. I. Thompson. Ag 
Ed M 16:6-7 Jl '43 .,..,». 
More effective use of local leadership. L,. ai. 

Quin Jr Ag Ed Mag 16:70 O "43 
Need for good teaching. G. F. Ekstrom. Ag 

Ed M 15:23 Ag '42 . 

Securing and using data for diagnosis, teach- 
ing, and evaluation in agricultural educa- 
tion. H. M. Hamlin. Ag Ed Mag 16:206- 
7-f My '44 . 

Significance of planning. G. F. Ekstrom. Ag 

Ed M 14:103-1- D '41 
Summer phase of vocational agncitlture. u. 
Thias. il Purdue Agriculturist 35:4-t- Je 
'41 
Teacher of vocational agriculture. Ed Vic 

2:27 My 3 '44 , ^ ,. 

Vocational agriculture and the part-time 
farmer. A. R. Sabin. Ag Ed M 15:213 My 
■43 

Teaching aids and devices 
Makmg black-and-white slides at minimum 
cost. I. Hagen. diags Ag Ed M 14:88-9 N 
'41 
Substitute for field trips. R. L. Barron. Ag 

Ed M 15:6 Jl '42 . 

Teaching the values of record keeping. R. C. 

Hall. Ag Ed M 13:228-30 Je '41 
Use of audio-visual aids in vocational agri- 
culture. L. E. Aspinwall. Ag Ed M 13:231 
Je '41 
Using periodical literature in teaching agri- 
culture. B. Ober. bibliog Ag Ed M 14:112-13 
D '41 
Using research methods to construct instruc- 
tional aids for teachers of vocational agri- 
culture. S. S. Cromer. Ag Ed Mag 16:55 S 
'43 
Visual aids in classroom instruction. E. L. 

Austin. Ag Ed Mag 16:47-f S '43. 
Visual presentation of current local informa- 
tion in teaching vocational agriculture. H. 
M. Bvram. il Ag Ed Mag 16:86-7 N '43 
Wisconsin plan for bulletins. I. G. Fay. Ag 
Ed M 14:125-1- Ja '42 

Teaching methods 
Adults pront from field trips. R. M. Carter. 

Ag Ed M 15:230 Je '43 
Creating student interest and responsibility 
in college classe:^. K. E. Moody. Ag Ed M 
14:89-f N '41 , ,. ^ „ 

Development of good teaching methods. H. 
E. Bradford. Ag Ed M 14:8-9 Jl '41 



Methods and results. V. V,'. Lathrop. Ag Ed 
M 15:6 Jl '42 „ ^ ^,. . ^ 

Using conference periods. K. C. Thatcher. 
Ag Ed M 13:227-1- Je '41 

Rural schools 

Vocational ag courses handicap small schools. 
M. H. Andrus. Nations Sch 33:49-50 Ap 44 

Alabama 
Setting up supervised practice programs In 
Alabama. C. C. Scarborough. Ag Ed M 
14:228-9 Je '42 

Arkansas 
Historical development of vocational agrlciil- 
tural education in Arkansas public schools. 
R. W. Roberts, gratis '41 Univ. of Ark. 

Australia 
Agricultural education in Australia. F.M. 
Fronda. Philippine Agriculturist 30:163-7 
Ag '41 

California 
Evacuation of aliens and its effect on voca- 
tional agriculture. W. Fetters. Ag Ed M 
15:65 O '42 

France 
Vocational training in agriculture in France. 
International Labour Review 45:8o-7 Ja 42 

Hawaiian Islands 
Exchange in the paradise of the Pacific. D. 

E. Womer. il Ag Ed M 14:69 O '41 
Students in Hawaii produce food on the 

school farm. W. Y. Pack. 11 Ag Ed Mag 

16:66 O '43 , ^ , 

Varied and practical program carried on In 

Maui, Hawaii. F. C. Ako. il Ag Ed M 14: 

165 Mr '42 

Illinois 
Illinois vocational agriculture in a world at 

war. Illinois. Board of vocational education. 

16p '42 The bd, Springfield 

Indiana 

Digest of official state five-year plan for v-o- 
cational education in agriculture in Indi- 
ana. Indiana. Department of education. 
(Bui. no 138) 32p il '43 The dept, Indianap- 
olis 

Iowa 

Supervised practice in vocational agriculture 
in Iowa; summary. H. P. Sweany and J. 
A. Starrak. Ag Ed M 14:15 Jl '41 . 

Twenty-five years of vocational agriculture 
at Denison, Iowa. R. E. Ruch. Ag Ed Mag 
16:138 Ja '44 

Kentucky 

F.F.A. activities in Kentucky's program of 
vocational agriculture, 1943-44. Kentucky. 
Department of education. (Ed. bui. v H 
no 12) 93p pa '44 The dept, Frankfort 

Michigan 
Michigan inaugurates farm apprentice plan. 
Sch Life 27:57 N '41; Same cond. Monthly 
Labor Review 54:70-2 Ja '42 

Minnesota 
Education in agriculture. D. M. Schwelck- 
hard. Minn J Ed 24:84-|- O '43 
New York (state) 
Vocational agriculture. A. K. Gctman. Cornell 
Countryman 38:89-90 Mr '41 

Ohio 
Picture panels to depict vocational agriculture 
in Ohio. L. R. Clark, il Ag Ed M 14:18 
Jl '41 

Pennsylvania 
Pennsylvania evaluates its local programs 
of vocational education in agriculture. C. 
S. Anderson. Ag Ed M 15:87 N '42 

Sweden 
Young farmers in Sweden; an all-round edu- 
cational movement, il Times Ed Sup 1450: 
76 F 13 '43 

Texas 
Plans for individual supervision. A. Duncan. 
Ag Ed M 14:229-H Je '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



41 



AGRICULTURE, Vocational — Continued 
United States 
Determining- the needs for vocational api- 
culture departments. E. J. Johnson. Ag 
Ed Mag 16:134-5 Ja 'H 

Wales 
Welsh rural areas; new educational schemes. 
Times Ed Sup 1450:80 F 13 '43 

AGRICULTURE and the state. See Agricul- 
tural administration 

AGRICULTURE and war. See Agricultural edu- 
cation — War training programs; Farm labor 
—Students; Food administration; War and 
agriculture; War and education — Subject 
fields — Agriculture 

AGRICULTURE as a profession 
Better rural careers. P. W. Chapman, nat ed 
96c '42 Science res. 
AGRONOMY. See Agriculture 
AGUILAR VASQUEZ, Aurelio 
Rights of the child; interpretation with trans- 
lations from Dr Aguilar's address. R. K. 
Hall. Harvard Ed R 12:171-50 Mr '42 
AGUILERA, Francisco. See Doyle, H. G. Jt. 

auth. 
AHALT, Arthur M. 
Maryland F.F.A. members aid in war re- 
search. Ag Ed Mag 16:178 Mr '44 
AHERN, Lorella 

Scope of mathematical offerings in selected 
junior colleges. Math Teach 35:18-22 Ja 
'42 
AHL, Frances Norene 
Australia's role in the world conflict. Social 

Studies 35:17-18 Ja '44 
Canada and hemisphere defense. Soc Studies 

33:363-4 D '42 
Motion pictures in the schools of tomorrow. 
Social Studies 35:166-7 Ap '44; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 9:6-7 My '44 
Preparing for the post-war period. Social 
Studies 35:61-2 F '44 
AHLBORN, Irene L. 
Setting up the schoolroom as a democracy. 
Mid Sch 58:1404- Ja '44 
AHLERING, Inez 
Personalized instruction in typewriting. J 
Bus Ed 18:19-20 S '42 
AHLFELD, Florence Tilton 
Teaching art in rural schools. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p583-92) 
AHONEN, E. V. 
Print-shop safety rules. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
30:303 S '41 
AHRENDT, M. H. 
General method for the construction of a 
mechanical inversor. bibliog Math Teach 
37:75-80 F '44 
AHRENS, Alvin W. 
Experiment in the characteristic limitations 
of cornets and trumpets and its implication 
for teaching. J Ed Res 37:202-4 N '43 

AHRENS, Carsten 
How to hew a nature trail. Par M 17:33-J- 
Ag '42 

AHRENS, Maurice R. 

Need equals use; home-made materials can 
have teacher appeal. Sch Executive 63:37- 
8 Ap '44 

AICARD, Jean Frangois Victor 

Poetry of Jean Aicard. A. Schaffer. bibliog f 
Mod Lang Forum 26:1-11 Mr '41 

AIDS in teaching. See Audio-visual education: 
Teaching — Aids and devices; Visual edu- 
cation: a/.so subhead Teaching aids and 
devices under school subject, e.g. Geography 
— Teaching aids and devices 

AIGNER, Lucien 

American youth project; a national pro- 
gramme. Times Ed Sup 1460:196 Ap 24 '43 

Children and the war. Grade Teach 61:17-)-. 
19 O '43 

Children's laughter in wartime. Grade Teach 
61:12-13-1- N '43 

Child's day with music. Christian Science 
Monitor Weekly Magazine Section p8-9 My 
1 '43 



Dramatic method; an experiment in teach- 
ing a foreign language. Grade Teach 60: 
14-15-1- Je '43 

Enrichment of the curriculum through vis- 
ual education. Grade Teach 61:12-13+ F '44 

New air age; developments in the American 
school. Times Ed Sup 1453:113 Mr 6 '43 

Victory corps program rolls in the high 
schools. 11 Christian Science Monitor Weekly 
Magazine Section p8-9 Ja 2 '43 

AIKEN, C. C. and Lilly, S. B. 

(eds) Teacher training for industry; de- 
veloped and successfully used by the Phil- 
adelphia ESMDT group for training indus- 
trial teachers. (McGraw-Hill ser. in ed) 
144p S1.25 '42 McGraw-Hill 
AIKEN, F. C. 
Parents will cooperate. Int J Relig Ed 20:11 
Mr '44 
AIKEN, Wellington Estey, and Carleton, P. D. 
Freshman English at the University of Ver- 
mont. Col Engl 3:280-4 D '41 
AIKENHEAD, J. D. 

Broader supervision. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 

32:754-5-}- My '44 
Help for the slow reader. Sch (El ed) 29: 

902-3 Je '41 
Teaching and testing current events. Sch 
(El ed) 30:540-1 F '42 
AIKIN, Wilford Merton 
High schools and the promise of the future. 

H Sch J 25:149-55 Ap '42 
Procedures essential to facilitate flow of 
qualified secondary school pupils into higher 
institutions in view of war demands. Ed 
Vic 1:4-5 Ap 15 '42 
School discipline for democracy. Child Study 

19:103-4-t- Je '42 
Some implications of the eight-year study 
for all high schools and colleges. North 
Cen Assn Q 17:274-80 Ja '43; Same cond. 
Calif J Sec Ed 17:138-43 Mr '42 
Story of the eight-year study; with conclu- 
sions and recommendations. (Progressive 
ed. assn. Comm. on the relation of sch. and 
col. Adventure in Am. ed. v 1) 157p bib- 
liog f $1.75 '42 Harper; Summary. Ed Di- 
gest 7:1-4 My '42 
What's wrong with our schools? New York 
Times Magazine p9-t- S 7 '41; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 7:40-2 Ja '42 
AIMAR, Caroline 
Adventures of All Baba; a shadow play. 

Grade Teach 60:39-|- Ja '43 
Chaucer in the concrete. Engl J 33:214-15 
Ap '44 
AIMEE Ely, Sister. See Ely. A. 
AIMS of education. See Education — Aims and 
objectives; also subhead Aims and objec- 
tives under type of education and school 
subject, e.g. Higher education — Aims and 
objectives. Agriculture, Vocational — Aims 
and objectives 
AIN, Barney 
Community center basketball and the war. 
H Points 25:65-7 Ap '43 
AINSLEE, Mary E. 
Twelves do something about housing. Progres 
Ed 18:457-8 D '41 
AINSLIE, Donald Stuart 

Special charging rod for demonstrations In 
electrostatics. Am J Physics 12:43-4 F '44 
AINSLIE, Mary (Mrs Peter Ainslie) 
Bible land's map in the woods. Int J Relig 
Ed 18:26 My '42 
AINSLIE, Mrs Peter. See Ainslie. M. 
AINSWORTH, Dorothy Sears 
Our contribution to morale in times of war 
and peace. J Health & Phys Ed 14:67-9-f 
F '43 
AIR 
Can you answer this? questions and answers 
about air. F. M. Branley. diags Grade 
Teach 61:47+ Ja '44 
Experiments with air. H. H. Fichter. Instr 

53:26 Ja '44 
Modern objective tests: air and water. F. M. 

Branley. Grade Teach 61:54+ Ja '44 
Some experiments with air. E. R. Frost. II 
Sch (El ed) 31:707-9 Ap '43 
AIR, Liquid. See Liquid air 

AIR age. See Aviation — Social and industrial 
aspects 



42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AlR-age education research 

Air aKO education rcKCarch. Pa Sell J 92:166 
Ja '44; Same. Tex Oull 28:31-2 Ja "44; Ex- 
cerpts. Calif J Sec Ed 18:472 D "43 

AIR compressors 
Two cylinder air coinuressor. F. E. Anthony, 
diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:331, 348-9. 392 
O-N '42 

AIR conditioning 

Air comlitioninj,' and refrigeration in.structlon 
m eiiKi'ieeringr colleges, li. H. Jennings. 
Kefri^erating Kngineering 41:105-11 F *41 

Air-conditioning maintenance. F. D, Mosher. 
Am Sch Bd J 107:39-40 S '43 

Heating and air conditioning curriculum. 
J. James. J Eng Ed 33:261-9 N '42 

Instruction cour.ses in heating, ventilating 
and air conditioning. Sheet Metal Worker 
32:10S-(- Ja '41 

Let's protect pupils from hazards of air- 
borne disease. K. P. Lorenz. il Nation's 
Sch 29:47-8 F '42 

Notes on training engineers for air condi- 
tioning. R. H. Phillips. Ind Arts <<: Voc 
Ed 31:104-5 Mr '42 

AIR forces institute, Scott Field, Illinois 
Armv air force training program. R. G 
Carter. Bus Ed World 23:82-3 O '42 

AIR hostesses. See Stewards 

AIR lines 
Educational requirements for airline trans- 
portation engineering. G. H. Tweney. 
J Eng Ed 33:676-80 My '43 

Employees 
See also 
Stewards 

Office work 
Airline accounting operations. F. A. Smith. 

il Bus Ed World 23:563-5 My '43 
Airline secretaries. P. A. Smith, il Bus Ed 

World 23:150-3 N '42 
College course for training aviation secretar- 
ies. R. E. Bell, map Bus Ed World 23: 

534-6 My '43 
How aviation uses business machines. F. 

A. Smith, il Bus Ed World 23:485-9 Ap 

■43 
Inside airline offices. F. A. Smith, il Bus 

Ed World 23:1-4 S '42 

AIR navigation. See Navigation. Aerial 
AIR pilots. See Aviators 
AIR plants 

See also 
Spanish moss 

AIR raid drills. See Air raids — Protective meas- 
ures 
AIR raid shelters 

Air raid shelter. W. E. Bain, il Nat Par- 
Teach 37:4-6 D '42 

Amenities in air-raid shelters. M. E King. 
Adult Ed 13:222-3 Je '41 

Community living in the shelters of London. 
Sch & Soc 54:159-60 S 6 '41 

Further experiments in air-raid shelters. M. 
E. King. Adult Ed 14:102-4 D '41 

Plan and procedure in protection of school 
cliildren. J. L,. Graham. (In Association of 
school business officials. Proceedings. 1942. 
P 140-9); Same, il Am Sch Bd J 105:39-41-1- 
D '42 

AIR raid wardens. See Air raids — Protective 

measures 

AIR raids 

St Louis can be bombed! a problem in place 
geography. C. F. Scherrer. J Geog 42:112- 
16 Mr "43 

Protective measures 
Aerial attack on .school buildings studied. 

.\rchitect and Engineer MS:47 Mr '42 
Air-raid alarms and the schools: experiences 

in France. E. Papanek. Sch & Soc 55:156-7 

F 7 '42 
Air-raid drills as citizenship experiences. A. 

M, Limpus. Nat El Prin 22:451-6 Jl '43 
Air-raid drills for schools. I. A Eckhauser. 

Sch Executive 61:21-(- F '42 
Air raid precaution."! and first aid J Seaver 

il Scholastic 40:8 F 9 '42 



Air raid precautions in the schools Cmlmeo- 
graphedj Michigan. Department of public 
instruction. (Bui. no3039) 17p 10c '42 The 
dept, Lansing; Excerpts. Ed Vic 1:23-4 Ja 
15 '43 

Air-raid preparations in a mid-continent 
school system. A. J. F. Cross. Am Sch Bd J 
lU4:45-i- My '42 

Air raid protection and evacuation planning. 
Ed Vic 1:13-14 D 1 '42 

Air raid protection for schools and colleges. 
l''loridu. Department of education, ti'la. 
sch. bul. v4 no7j 29p gratis '42 The dept, 
Tallahassee 

Air-raid protection for the children in a 
large city. J. E. Wade. (In jUnerican as- 
sociation of school administrators. Official 
report, 1943. p 104-6) 

Air-raid protection with plywood panels. W. 
E. Swariz. il diag Sch Executive 62:54-1- Ja 
■43 

Baltimore program of protection of school 
children and school properly in the event of 
air-raids. J. W. Lewis. Baltimore B Ed 19: 
113-18 F '42 

California scliools rated for air raid safety. 
i>. C. Willett. Engineering News-Kecord 
128:146 Ja 22 '42 

Checklist of school safety during wartime. 
National education association. Research 
division. Safely education projects, bibliog 
pa 25c '43 N.B.A. 

Children during air raids. E. Papanek. Pro- 
gres Ed 19:157-9-(- Mr '42 

Common faults in air-raid planning. E. R. 
Van Kleeck. Sch Executive 62:18 F ^43 

Custodian's rOIe in air raids. Nation^s Sch 
29:52 F ^42 

Hard of hearing lire watcher. A. Hedley. 
Volta R 44:223-5 Ap ^42 

How one cafeteria prepares. D. H. Zumsteg. 
Nation^s Sch 30:48 Ag "42 

How to handle the children during air raids. 
Nation^s Sch 31:17 Ap ^43 

Marina school in wartime. E. Riehle. Satur- 
day Evening Post 214:114- Ad 18 '42 

Our siren game; solving vour air raid prob- 
lem. C. M. Bibo. il Grade Teach 59:24 My 
•42 

Outlines of technical subject matter covered 
in air-raid warden training course, bibliog 
Baltimore B Ed 19:129-41 F ^42 

Plan of Portland schools for air raids and 
civilian defense. R. E. Dugdale. il Am 
Sch Bd J 104:43-4+ Mr ^42 

Progress in air-raid protection for Baltimore. 
Baltimore B Ed 19:119-23 F ^42 

Protecting school children against shattered 
glass. Am Sch Bd J 104:45 Mv '42 

Protection of school children and school prop- 
erty. United States. Office of civilian de- 
fense. 9p The office. Washington. D.C; 
Excerpts. Tex OutI 27:17-18 Je ^43: Sch 
Manag 12:277 Ag ^43: Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bul 27:124-31 O '43 

Public school training centers for air-raid 
wardens. J. H. Fischer, il Baltimore B Ed 
19:107-12 F '42 

Ready for a raid? P. H. Vercoe. il Sch 
Executive 62:19-20 F '43 

Read\' in case of air raid. F. L. Harvey. 
il Par M 17:28+ S '42 

Role of the schools in the world conflict. A. 
J. Stoddard. (In National association of 
public school business officials. Proceedings, 
1941. p75-n0) 

School buildings and the protection of chil- 
dren. A. S. Clienoweth. (In American as- 
sociation of school administrators. Official 
report. 1942. p 173-C) 

Schools and civilian defense in the war period; 
the New York city plan for the care and 
protection of pupils. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin 
B 26:9-22 Ja '42; Summary. Nat Ed Assn J 
31:57-8 F '42; Library Journal 67:266-8 
Mr 15 '42 

Schools in wartime, il Recreation 35:726-8 
Mr '42 

Schools under fire. Ed Vic 1:9-10 Mr 3 ■« 

Scrap protects the children. R. L. Talbot and 
W. F. Holzapfel. Nation's Sch 30:20 Jl '42 

Suggested precautions against war hazards 
in school buildings. C. W. Bursch. Calif Sch 
13:25-8 P '42 

Teaching home preparedness. J. E. Bond. U 
Instr 51:31+ S '42 

Tested air-raid protection. P. G. Armstrong. 
Sch Executive 62:41+ Ag '43 



EDUCATION INDEX^July 1941— June 1944 



43 



AIR raids — Protective measures — Continued 

To the rescue — in a trailer. W. F. Holzapfel. 
Nation's Sch 29:19 Je '12 

Training auxiliary policemen, firemen, and 
air raid wardens. iC. E. Oberholtzer. (In 
American association of school administra- 
tors. Official report. 19-12. d 1S3-6) 

War-time program of health, physical educa- 
tion and safety for the schools of Illinois. 
D. C. Seaton. bibllos il 111 Ed 30:229-30-f 
Ap '42 

What school teachers and pupils should do 
during an air raid. United States. Office of 
civilian defense. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 
26:6-S Ja '42; Same. Nat El Prin 21:101-2 F 
'42: Sierra Ed News 38:11 F '42; Summary. 
Neb Ed J 22:65 Mr '42 



See also 
Air raid shelters 
Civilian defense 
School children — 
Evacuation 



World war. 1939 — 
Protection of non- 
combatants 



Psychological effect 

Children in the blitz; action and reaction 

during a raid. Times Ed Sup 1363:277 Je 14 

•41 
Effects of air raids on school children. A. G. 

McClure. bibliog Brit J Ed Psychol 13:24-9 

F '43 
Health of London school children; air raids 

cause no nervous disorders. Times Ed Sup 

1393;1S Ja 10 '42 
Study of the effects of evacuation and air 

raids on children of pre-school age. E. M. 

John. Brit J Ed Psychol 11:173-82 N '41 
Survey of psychological reactions. D. T. Bur- 

lingham and A. Freud. New Era 23:64-85 

Ap '42 
AIR training corps of America 
Air cadets; A.T.C.A. trains air-minded youth 

for future careers in aviation. Life 13:SG-9 

Ag 31 '42 
Guiding future airmen. W. D. McAdaras. 

Occupations 21:126-8 O '42; Same cond. Ed 

Digest 8:36-7 N '42 
Pre-flight training in secondary schools. E. 

H. Brownell. il N Y State Ed 30:189-90-1- 

D '42 
Youth and valor. P. R. Mort. bibliog f Ed 

63:121-9 O '42 
AIR transportation 
Air-age education research. Sch & Soc 5S: 

420-1 N 27 '43 ^ 

Expanding air lines create new jobs. w. A. 

Wheatley. bibliog Occupations 20:176-81 D 

•41 
Revolution in transportation. N. L. Enge!- 

hardt. jr, and F. A. Smith, il map plan 

Bsns Ed World 24:92-5. 157-60 O-N '43 
See also 
Aeronautics, Com- 
mercial 
AIRD, Ellen Louise 

Training within hospitals. American Journal 

of Nursing 43:633-4 Jl '43 
AIREY, John 

Task of the executive in modern industry. 

J Eng Ed 32:472-9 Ja '42 
AIRLINE secretaries. See Air lines — Office 

work 
AIRPLANE engines 

Superchargers 
Superchargers for aviation. S. A. Moss. Sch 

Sci & Math 43:61-2 Ja '43 

AIRPLANE factories 
This school turns out full-fledged workers. 
F. E. Searle. il plans Nation's Sch 32:14-16 
Ag '43 

Employees 
Engineering job and training opportunities 
in the aircraft industry. C. T. Reid. J Eng 
Ed 33:691-5 My '43 

AIRPLANE mechanics 

Aircraft industry looks to the schools. A. T. 
Helbing. Occupations 20:103-7 N ^41 

Aircraft mechanics school. A. J. Rosenberg, 
il Baltimore B Ed 20:12 S ^42 

Airport and aircraft servicemen's training 
program. Ed Vic 1:12 Jl 15 '42 

Burbank schools training 6000 aircraft work- 
ers. O. H. Barnhill. il Am Sch Bd J 102: 
43-4 Je '41 



Burgard pioneers in the field of aviation 

training. W. B. Kamprath. il N Y State Ed 

30:186-8-1- D '42 
Jobs in aircraft maintenance. Ed Vic 1:21-4 

My 1 '43 
Mechanics to keep 'em Hying. Ed Vic 1:21 

S 15 '42 
Naval aviation offers technician training. Ed 

Vic 1:11 Ag 1 '42 
Pre-induction vocational training in aircraft 

maintenance; a sup. to the bul. PIT-330. 

United States. War department. (PIT-333) 

24p pa "43 Supt. of doc. 
Recruit.s for the aircraft industry; a new 

method of training. Times Ed Sup 1361:253 

My 31 "il 
Riveting fixture for aircraft classes. G. E. 

Tabraham. diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 

410 N -42 
Teaching mom to fix a P38. G. S. Eby. Sec 

Ed 11:4-6 Je '43 
Training aircraft engine mechanics. H. R. 

Wilson, bibliog il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33: 

39-45 F '44 
U.S. training aviation ground crews. E. 

Minderman. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:283 S '41 
Weber college mechanic learner program. 

C. M. Nilsson. Jun Col J 13:145-52 N '42 

AIRPLANE models 
Aircraft model production continued. Ed Vic 

1:16 O 15 '42 
Airplane-control demonstration model. F. C. 

Finsterbach. diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

31:441-t- D '42 
Colored student in our high schools. J. I. 

Sowers, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:235-6 

Je '42 
Dressing up the model airplane program. 

R. E. Owen, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 

429-30 D -42 
Glider to make. D. H. Grimm, diags Instr 

52:32 Ja '43 
Glider with suction-cup tip. T. Vincent. II 

diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:253 Je '42 
Goose-neck pusher plane submitted by T. 

Vincent, diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:35A 

O '43 
Hawaii reports success in model aircraft 

project. Ed Vic 2:25 Ap 3 '44 
High school course in construction and main- 
tenance of model airplanes. W. H. Bowers. 

bibliog Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:377-9 N "42 
High school youth build model planes for 

army and navy. Tex Outl 27:30 F '43 
Jigs for making U.S. navy plane models. R. 

A. Radtke. il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32: 

30-3 Ja '43 
Model aircraft program nears goal. Ed Vic 

1:S Jl 1 '42 
Model aircraft program proves educational. 

C. H. Groneman. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33: 

117-18 Mr '44 
Model aircraft project to terminate. Ed Vic 

2:9 Jl 1 '43 
Model airplanes at Soddy-Daisy. J. W. Dean. 

il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:297-9 S '42 
Model plane unit. G. W. Deffendahl. il Ind 

Arts & Voc Bd 33:68 F '44 
Orientation in aviation through industrial arts. 

G. O. Wilber. bibliog Ed 63:111-16 O '42 
Plane to make. S. Rehtus. il diags Am Childh 

28:45 S '42 
Scale model planes in demand. Ed Vic 1:15 

F 15 '43 
Schools expect to exceed quota.s in model 

airplane building. Ed Vic 1:22 Mr 3 '42 
Thousands producing airplane models. Ed 

Vic 1:13-14 My 1 '42 
WTngs for the beginner. W. E. Huss. 11 diags 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:208-10 My '43 

AIRPLANE wings 

Manufacture 
Aircraft wing construction. I. M. Fenn. diags 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:22-3 Ja '44 

AIRPLANES 

Airplane performance. R. H. Kernohan. Sch 
Sci & Math 42:480-3 My '42 

Can you learn these planes by name? Ed 
Vic 1:8-9 F 1 '43 

Effect of the airplane on the science of navi- 
gation. R. R. Sweeney. Sch Sci & Math 43: 
66-8 Ja '43 

Streamlining genertil science for an air- 
minded generation. S. Deake. Sch Sci & 
Math 43:567-71 Je '43 



44 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



Al RPLAN ES— Coiif iiiiied 

Control 
Glider controls. T. \S'. Lutter. 11 dlags Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 33:2^-6 Ja '44 

Design 
Energy method, which one? A. S. Nlles. blb- 

llog f J Eng Ed 33:698-706 My '43 
Physics and rapid airplane development. E. 

C. Lundquist. Am J Physics 11:192-9 Ag 

•43 

Identification 
Aircraft identiflcatlon classes in hiprh schools. 

J. E. Knauer. Sierra Ed N 39:16-17 D '43 
Split-second seeini;. S. R. Ellis. 11 Ed Screen 

22:239-41 S '43 
Teaching airplane Identiflcatlon. T>. G. Mer- 

rltt. 11 Tex OutI 27:31 N "43 
Winp insignia of combat planes. L. B. 

Sturges. 11 Instr 52:39 S '43 

Maintenance and repair 
Jobs In aircraft maintenance. Ed Vic 1:21-4 

My 1 '43 
Training the marine. J. V. Sandbere. 11 Ind 

Arts & Voc Ed 32:274-5 S '43 

Manufacture 

Aircraft riveting and assembling course. F. 
L. Novascone. plan Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
31:102-4 Mr '42 

Airplane sheet-metal shop practice. M. D. 
Caffln. diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:275-6. 
38S-9. 429-30; 33;40A-f, 206-7 S, N-D '43. 
Mr, My '44 

Course outline for training aircraft-engine 
assemblers and testers. R. P. Kuns. diags 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:97-101 Mr '42 

New U.S.O.E. units in aircraft work. Ed Vic 
2:17 My 3 '44 

Typical aero bench-metal Instruction sheet 
for national defense. E. L. Bedell and 
others, diag Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:270 Je 
'42 

Projects 

Teaching social studies in the primary 
grades; community living through an on- 
going interest In airplanes. S. C. Burrow 
and C. A. Seeds, bibliog (In National 
council for the social studies. Social studies 
in the elementary school; twelfth yearbook, 
p 157-71) 

Units of work 

Aeroplane unit for kindergarten. J. I. Care. 

il Sch (El ed) 29:893-5 Je '41 
Airplane activity. M. Smathers. 11 Grade 

Teach 60:40-1-^ S '42 
Our airplane unit. B. R. Theodore, bibliog 11 

Grade Teach 61:35-f O '43 
Unit on aircraft for primary grades. M. 

Ryser. il Instr 51:22-)- P '42 
We learn about airplanes. E. C. Miller, 11 
Instr 53:22-3 .la '44 
AIRPLANES, Military 

Crews 
Army selects and classifies an air crew. J, p. 
Guilford. Ed 63:528-33 My '43 
AIRPLANES, Toy, See Airplane models 
AIRPORTS 
Construction of an airport for a college train- 
ing program. A. R. Hollett. plan Public 
Works 72:28-1- D '41 
AITCHISON, Alison E, 
Geography of rubber rationing. Mid Sch 57: 
196-7-1- Mr '43 
AITCHISON, Gertrude M, 

Functional plan for book reports. Engl J 
32:214-15 Ap '43 
AITKEN, Irene Anabel 
Weaving with inkle and with cards. Design 
43:14-15 My '42 

AITON, Edward W, 
4-H club leadership builds citizens. Minn J 
Ed 23:21 S '42 
AITON, Maude Eleanor 
Adult student association. J Ed Soclol 17:47- 

54 S '43 
Americanizing with displays. Nation's Sch 

32:50-1- Jl '43 
Proposed changes in naturalization laws. 
Adult Ed Bui 7:141-3 Je '43 



AKERLY, Harold E. 
Personnel policy In wartime. Sch Executive 
63:27 O '43 

AKERMAN, John D. 

Aviation medicine in the education of 
aeronautical engineers. J Eng Ed 33:392-5-1- 
Ja '43 

Future prospects for employment of aero- 
nautical engineers. J Eng Ed 32:591-5 Mr 
'42 

AKIN, Mrs Alma Palmer 
Some problems of teaching elementary Span- 
ish. Mod Lang J 26:506-11 N '42 
AKIN, Emma E. 

Faculty chorus. Nat EI Prln 21:462-4 Jl '42 
AKIN, Johnnye 

Historical background for certain sub-stand- 
ard pronunciations. Q J Speech 27:588-95 
D *41 

AKO, Francis C, 
Varied and practical program carried on In 
Maui, Hawaii. Ag Ed M 14:165 Mr '42 
AKRON. University 

Knight memorial education fund. D. H. Gard- 
ner. J Higher Ed 13:40-2 Ja '42 
ALABAMA 

Department of education 
Annual reports for the scholastic years end- 
ing June 30, 1940 and June 30. 1942, and 
for the fiscal years ending September 30, 

1940 and September 30, 1942; statistical and 
financial data. (Bui. 1941 no2; 1943 no2) 
2v 414;464p pa ■41-'43 The dept, Montgom- 
ery 

Educational directory, 1941-1942, 1943-1944. 

(Bui. 1942 no 1; 1944 no 1) 2v pa '41-'43 The 

dept, Montgomery 
Narrative report for the years 1937-1942: 

report of state superintendent. 212p 11 '43 

The dept, Montgomery 

Division of instruction 
Course of study and teacher's guide for the 
elementary schools, grade one to six. (Bui. 

1941 no5. Curriculum bul. no8) 484p '41 The 
dept, Montgomery 

1942 supplement to the state course of study 
tor elementary and secondary schools. (Bul. 

1942 no6. Curriculum bul. no 10) 36p '42 
The dept, Montgomery 

ALABAMA college, Montevallo 
Cafeteria-laboratory. M. R. Anderson. J 
Home Econ 35:572 N '43 

ALABAMA polytechnic institute, Auburn 
Auburn plan of physical fitness. V. W. Lapp. 

11 J Health & Phys Ed 14:72-3-|- F '43 
Boys in the home management house. F. 

Davis. J Home Econ 33:640-1 X '41 
Home management course planned for rural 

home economists. F. Davis. J Home Econ 

35:154-5 Mr '43 
Infant care in the home mantteement house. 

P. Davis. 11 Prac Home Econ 20:135-6 Ap 

'42 
Student workroom as a teacher-training de- 
vice. R. W. Montgomery. Ag Ed M 15;47-f 

S '42 

Summer training school 
Functional courses in school administration. 
H. B. Wood. 11 Sch Executive 60:24-6 Je 
'41 

ALABAMA. State teachers college, Troy 

Improvement of college Instruction. C. B. 
Smith. Peabody J Ed 21:97-102 S '43 

ALABAMA. University 

Civilian defense council at work; the students 
of the University of Alabama participate In 
civilian defense. K. W. Wiles. J Higher Ed 
13:353-6 O '42 

Consumer education week. H. M. Thompson. 
J Home Econ 35:506 O "43 

Development and organization of the Univer- 
sity of Alabama. E. W. Gregory, Jr So 
Assn Q 5:384-92 Ag '41 

Students attempt self-evaluation of work In 
educational psychology-. R. H. Simpson. J 
Ed Psychol 33:225-30 Mr '42 

Summer school 
Summer study for school groups. V M 
Sims, pa 50e "41 Ala. Univ. Bur. of ed.' 
res. University 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



45 



ALABASTER ^ ^ o 

Preparing and finishing alabaster, u. b. 
Walters, il Ind Arts & Voo Ed 32:328 O 
'43 
ALAMANCE county, North Carolina 

This school and these people who live here. 
G. Beecher. map Progrcs Ed 19:4-7 Ja '42 
ALAMEDA, California 

High school 
Alameda students operate a real bank. E. 

Roemer. Calif J Sec Ed 19:52-4 Ja '44 
Senior opportunity day at Alameda high. 
E. L. Jolly. Calif J Sec Ed 17:114-15 F '42 
ALAMEDA county, California 
Education 
Workshop-type institute in Alameda county. 
V. Martin and others. Calif J Sec Ed 19: 
55-60 Ja '44 
ALAMEDA County detention home, California 
Democracy in a detention home school. H. 

Wells. Calif J Sec Ed 16:355-9 O '41 
Rebuilding self-respect. H. Wells. Progres Ed 
19:284-6 My '42 
ALAMOSA, Colorado 

Public schools 

Unit on the public schools. B. B. Milyard. 
il Instr 51:27-)- N '41 
ALASKA 
Alaska, past and present. M. Erattain. 11 
Grade Teach 59:56-|- O '41 
See also 
Geography — Alaska 

Department of education 
Alaska educational directory, school years, 
1941-1942, 1942-1943, 1943-1944. 3nos 14;14; 
15p '41-'43 The dept, Juneau 

Units of work 
Alaska. R. H. Abild. il Grade Teach 59;54-6-(- 

O '41 
Alaska, our northern territorj-. I. M. John- 
ston, il Instr 53:20-1- F '44 
ALASKA highway. See Roads — Canada 
ALASKA. University 
University of Alaska celebrates its 20th an- 
niversary. F. G. Davis. Sch & Soc 55:617 
My 30 '42 
AL-AZHAR university, Cairo. See Azhar uni- 
versity 
ALBALADEJO, Jos6 M. 
Variantes y adiciones a El cancionero 
panocho. bibliog f Hispania 26:283-90 O "43 
ALBANY, New York 

High school 
Producing goods and services needed for the 
war. R. W. Frederick. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin B 26:128-30 O '42 
ALBEMARLE, North Carolina 
High school 
Turn about, he sews, she saws. Mrs L. W. 
Troxler and E. F. Wilson, il Prac Home 
Econ 20:184-5 My '42 
ALBER, Olga 
Office training in the smaller school. Bsns 

Ed World 24:96-7 O '43 
Senior prophecy in mystery and rime. Sch 
Activities 13:313-15 Ap '42 
ALBERT, H, R. 
Analysis of teacher rating by pupils in San 
Antonio, Texas. Ed Adm & Sup 27:267-74 
Ap '41 
ALBERT LEA, Minnesota 
Forward look for schoolmen. J. J. Halverson. 

il Am Sch Bd J 108:19-20 F '44 
Memorandum on postwar planning in Minne- 
sota. R. L,. Kozelka and R. S. Vaile. Ed 
64:370-4 F '44 

Junior high school 

Pointers from parents. C. Witt. Nation's Sch 
32:21 Jl '43 
ALBERTA. University 

Department of extension 
But, is it education? E. A. Corbett. Queen's 
Quarterly 48 no4:388-400 [N] '41 



ALBERTUS, Brother 
Observations on leaching modern languages. 
Cath Ed K 42:165-75 Mr '44 
ALBERTY, Harold Bernard 
Eight-year study and its Implications for 
agricultural education. Ag Ed M 15:214 My 
'43 
How can the school utilize the knowledge 
of the mentELl hygiene of youth in reor- 
ganizing its program of secondary educa- 
tion; abstract. (In Pennsylvania. Univer- 
sity. School of education. Coordination of 
school and community, p 132-4) 
Plan for developing a philosophy of educa- 
tion for the high school, bibliog Ed Res 
Bui 22:199-210 N '43; Same cond. Ed Digest 
9:12-14 Ja '44 
ALBION college, Albion, Michigan 
Albion college attempts integrated courses 
for teachers. T. M. Carter. Sch & Soc 65: 
452 Ap 18 '42 
Further erforts toward improvement in in- 
struction in Albion college. A. M. Chicker- 
ing. Sch ii Soc 5a:175 Mr 4 '44 
ALBORZ college of Teheran 
English teaching in Iran. J. McAfee. J Ed 
126:109-10 Ap '43 
ALBRECHT, Martin 

Best of all the lambkins; song. Grade Teach 
60:12 My '43 
ALBRECHT, William Albert 
Fertility problem of our soils. Ag Ed M 15: 

144-5-f F '43 
Grow foods or only go foods, according to 
the soil. Sch Sci & Math 44:24-35 Ja '44 
ALBRIGHT, George Carter 
Physicians and elementary education. Calif J 
El Ed 10:230-42 My '42 
ALBRIGHT, H. Darkes 
Organization of a well-rounded drama pro- 
gram in the high school. Va J Ed 36:256-8 
Sir '43 
ALBRIGHT, M. Arline 

Ear, eye, or both. Volta R 46:11-13 Ja '44 
ALBRIGHT, Raymond Wolf 

Not impossible theological education, bibliog 
Christian Century 68:1074-6 S 3 '41 
ALBRIGHT art gallery, Buffalo. See Buffalo 

fine arts academy 
ALBRIGHT college, Reading, Pennsylvania 
Sylvan chapel. U Christian Ed 26:187-8 Mr 
'43 
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico 
High school 
Activating the ancients. E. R. Harrington. 

il Sch Activities 13:216-18 F '42 
Four years at a glance. E. R. Harrington. 

Sch Executive 60:10-ll-f Jl '41 

Successful American high school archaeology. 

P. J. deLemos. il Sch Arts 41:100-2 N '41 

Visual education program grows up. E. R. 

Harrington, il Ed Screen 21:102-3 Mr '42 

Public schools 
From the Southwest. E. Schroeder. Progres 
Ed 20:136-8 Mr '43 
ALBUQUERQUE Indian school 
Albuquerque students received in Mexico. W. 

T. Pratt, il Sch Activities 14:43-5 O '42 
Method of teaching auto mechanics. H. C. 
Seymour and C. Sands, il plans Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 32:194-8 My '43 
ALCHEMY 
Alchemy and chemistry in literature. E. W. 
Blank, bibliog Sch Sci & Math 42:550-8 Je 
'42 
ALCOHOL 
Unit on alcohol; a character education unit. 
K. B. Gilbert. Grade Teach 60:46-f Ja "43 

Physiological effect 

Activity program in alcohol education. W. 

R. Breg. J Health & Phys Ed 12:561-1- D 

'41 
Alcohol experiments. F. M. Braoley. Grade 

Teach 61:64-5 O '43 
Alcohol problem, a symposium; the first 

(1943) sunmier session of the School of 

alcohol studies, Yale university. Relig Ed 

39:3-30 Ja '44 
Allied youth at work. Tex Outl 27:10 N '43 
Allied youth, inc. Sch & Soc 58:230 S 25 '43 



46 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ALCOHOL— riiysiolosioal effect — Continued 

Changes in color llelds occasioned by ex- 
perimentally induced alcohol Intoxication. 
H. B. Peters, diags J Ap Psychol 26:692-701 
O -42 

Effects of drinking. A. Roe. Nations Sch 33: 
43-4 Ja '44 

I want youth to have the right start. G. 
CunninKhani. Christian Ed 27:7S-9 D "43; 
Same. Tex Outl 28:4G Ja '44 

Problems in healthful living. H. Emerson. 
Nat Ed Assn J 30:169 S '41; Same cond. 
Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:154-5 

Shall I become a drinker? B. H. Davis, blb- 
liog Nat Ed Assn J 31:21-2 Ja 42 

Suggestions for teaching the actions and 
effects of alcohol and other narcotics; a 
sup. to pt. 5 of bul. no4. a revision and 
combination of bul. no7 and no22-k. Flori- 
da. Department of education. (Fla. pro- 
gram for improvement of schools. Bul, 
no22-k) rev ed 138p bibliog pa 25c '41 The 
dept. Tallahassee 

Survey of alcohol education in elementary 
and high schools in the United States. A. 
Roe. bibliog $1 '43 Quarterly journal of 
studies on alcohol, 4 Hillhouse av. New 
Haven, Conn. 
ALCOHOLISM 

Akoliol problem; formulations and altitudes. 
E. M. Jellinek. Kelig Ed 3J;9-17 Ja '44 

Education versus prohibition. Sch & Soc 57: 
665-6 Je 12 '43 

Psychology of drunkenness in war-time. A. 
R. King. Christian Ed 26:116-18 D "42 

Statistics of alcoholic mental disease. B. 
Malzberg. Relig Ed 39:22-30 Ja '44 

Wet and dry school: Yale school of alcohol 
siudies. A. Porter, ii Collier's 112:22-4 O 
30 '43 
ALCOTT, Amos Bronson 

Bronson Alcott, pedlar and educator. R. J. 
Purcell. Cath Ed R 39:341-7 Je '41 

Henry David Thoreau and Bronson Alcott: 
a study of relationships. F. Henry, bibliog f 
Teach Col J 14;126-S-|- Jl '43 
ALCOTT, John E. 

Design for total victory. Ed 63:245-7 D '42 
ALDEN, Clara L; Sullivan, H. B; and Durrell, 
D. D. 

Frequency of special reading disabilities. Ed 
62:32-6 S '41 
ALDEN, Mrs Gustavus R. See AJden, I. M. 
ALDEN, Isabella (Macdonald) (Mrs Gustavus 
R. Alden) (Pansy, pseud) 

Isabella MacDonald Alden. M. F. Altstetter. 
El Engl R 18:291-2-f D '41 
ALDERMAN, Lewis Raymond 

Help your child succeed at school. Parents 
Mag 18:19-f- S '43 

Look into the future. Adult Ed B 7:35-8 D 
'42 

In appreciation of a great leader. G. L. Max- 
well. Adult Ed B 7:39-40 D '42 

Portrait 

Am Sch Bd J 103:32 O "41 
ALDERSON, C. J. 

Let us have -Aristotelian proportion. Tex 
Outl 2C:19 Ap '42 
ALDERSON, Montague Frederick, and Colles, 
H. C. 

(eds) History of St Michael's college, Ten- 
bury. 134p il OS '43 Soc. for promoting 
Christian knowledge, 9 Northumberland av, 
London WC2 
ALDERTON, Cecelia N. 

Modern objective tests: ancient history. Grade 
Teach 61:58-9 D '43 

Work sheet to cover United States war zones. 
J Geog 42:272-4 O '43 

ALDRICH, Charles Anderson, and Aldrich, M. 
M. 
Scientific attitude toward feeding. Child 
Study 19:9-10-1- N '41 

ALDRICH, Mrs Charles Anderson. See Aldrich. 
M. .\1. 

ALDRICH, Clara E. 
Slioriliand as a medium for broader learn- 
ing. J Bus Ed 17:13-14 Je '42 

ALDRICH, Donald B. 
Ways in which our students may be given 
a more spiritual outlook. (In National as- 
sociation of principals of schools for girls. 
Proceedings. 1943. p 10-21) 



ALDRICH, Grace Leverett. See Flemming, C 
W. W. jt. auth. 

ALDRICH, Julian Carter 

Can teachers answer pupils' questions? Scho- 
lastic 40;1T F IC 42 

Correlating instruction in English and social 
studies, bibliog Scholastic 39:1T-|- O 6 '41 

Education for a strong America. Scholastic 
;i9:lT N 3 '41 

Eight year study reports. Scholastic 40:19 Ap 
27 '42 

Progiam for war-time. Scholastic 39:1T Ja 
5 -42 

Subject matter for what? Scholastic 39:1T 
N 17 '41 

Teaching the Bill of rights, bibliog Scho- 
lastic 39:1T D 15 '41 

Use of the interview in education. Scholastic 
39:1T D 8 '41 

Wanted: a guide to sanity. Scholastic 39:1T 
S 15 '41 

■\\liat youth wants to know. Scholastic 40:1T 
F 2 '42 

Whose responsibility is student health? Scho- 
lastic 39:1T O 13 '41 
— and Bartlett, Hall 

Workbook in American history. 68c '41 Har- 
per 

ALDRICH, Mary M. (Mrs Charles Anderson 

Aldrich) See Aldrich. C. A. jt. auth. 
ALDRIDGE, Alfred Owen 

Answer to the semitechnical reading require- 
ment. Col Engl 5:97-9 N '43 

Lord Shaftesbury's idea of a university. Am 
Assn Univ Prof Bul 29:638-44 D '43 
ALESSIOS, Mrs Alison (Baigrie) 

Understanding China through books, bibliog 
Am Lib Assn Bul 38:6-10 Ja '44 
ALEXANDER, Carter 

Dictionary of education. Phi Delta Kappan 
24:316-18 Ap '42 

Exceptional opportunity. Phi Delta Kappan 
25:1-2 S '42 

How to locate educational information and 
data; a text and reference book. 2d ed rev 
439p 54 '41 Teachers col. 

— Alexander library experiences; for use with 
the second edition of How to locate edu- 
cational information and data. 158p pa with 
Instructor's manual $1.50 '41 Teachers col. 

Librarian is a teacher, too. Sch Executive 
62:34-5+ F '43; Same cond. Ed Digest 8: 
51-3 Mr '43 
ALEXANDER, Chester 

Intelligence and the life-span. Sch & Soc 
59:265-6 Ap 15 '44 
ALEXANDER, E. W. 

Problems and issues with reference to or- 
ganization and administration in voca- 
tional schools, bibliog f (In National busi- 
ness teachers association. Problems and 
issues in business education; seventh year- 
book. p64-75) 
ALEXANDER, Edward Porter 

American conquest. Wis J Ed 75:455-9 My 
'43 

Black Hawk and the vanishing American. 
Wis J Ed 76;lS3-8 D '43 

British regime. Wis J Ed 75:397-402 Ap '43 

How the French came; a chapter in Wiscon- 
sin history. Wis J Ed 75:289-92 F '43 

Let's study the history of Mudville. Soc Ed 
6:209-12 My '42; Same cond. Ed Digest 8: 
43-5 S '42 

Souls and furs: the French influence in 
Wisconsin. Wis J Ed 75:351-5 Mr '43 

Suckers and Badgers. Wis J Ed 76:148-52 N 
'43 

Territorj' and sute. Wis J Ed 76:277-81 F 
•44 

Wisconsin. New York's daughter state. Wis 
J Ed 76:327-32 Mr '44 

Wisconsin's Indians; their origins and con- 
tributions. Wis J Ed 75:235-8 Ja '43 
ALEXANDER, Elmer Ross 

Development of community services thru 
evenmg-school programs, por Ag Ed M 15: 
110-11 D '42 

ALEXANDER, Frederic Milton 

Education for tiie needs of the Negro in 
Virginia. (John F. Slater fund studies in 
ed. of Negroes no2) 297p bibliog map $2 '43 
Southern ed. foundation, inc, 726 Jackson 
pi. -NW, Washington 6, D.C. 



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47 



ALEXANDER, Frederick Matthras 

Work of F. M. Alexander as an introduction 
to Dewev's philosophy of education. F. P. 
Jones, bibliog- f Sch & Soc 57:1-4 Ja 2 '43 
ALEXANDER, Gerald ^ ^ 

County-wide audio-visual program serves both 
school and community. Ed Screen 21:295-7 
O '42 „ , 

Parke county's correlated program. Rural 
America 19:5-10 F '41 
ALEXANDER, Gordon __ „ .,„ 

Francis Ramaley. Science 96:102-3 Jl 31 '42 
Outline of general biology. (Col. outline ser) 
4th ed 220p bibliog il maps dlags pa 75c '42 
Barnes & Noble 
Outline of general zoology. (Col. outhne ser) 
rev ed 2S0p bibliog il map diags pa $1 '42 
Barnes & Noble 
ALEXANDER, Henry 
Standards in speech. Sch (Sec ed) 31:418-23 

Ja '43 
Upper school examination in English litera- 
ture. Sch (Sec ed) 31:598-602 Mr '43 
ALEXANDER, Mrs Lillian 

First days at school. Sch (El ed) 30:28-9 S 
■41 
ALEXANDER, Lowell Melville 

Virtual objects in thin lenses and mirrors. 
Am J Physics 10:110-12 Ad '42 
ALEXANDER, Margery H. 
Portrait 

Ky Sch J 20:38 Mr '42 
ALEXANDER, Mary. See Egloff, G. jt. auth. 
ALEXANDER. Nelle 

Teacher-personality, oomph — or ivhat have 
you. Tex Outl 25:11 Ag '41 
ALEXANDER, Paul William 

Some tested techniques in teaching delin- 
quency. Ed Forum 8:17-21 N '43 
ALEXANDER, W. P. 
Junior college: educational needs and social 
values. Times Ed Sup 1460:197 Ap 24 '43 

ALEXANDER, Walter Boyd 
Cooperative plan students as teachers in 
American schools: the relation of the An- 
tioch college program to the educational 
field. Ed Outl 16:156-64 My '42 
Post-war college; some curriculum questions. 
Front Democ 9:242-4 My '43 

ALEXANDER, William Hardy 

Adaptative translations of the classics. 

Class J 38:337-46 Mr '43 
And only a professor. Am Assn Univ Prof B 

29:256-64 Ap '43 
In hoc nosse profuit; Seneca, Dialogi iv, 20, 

2. Class J 37:228-30 Ja '42 
Nunc tempu.s erat: Horace, Odes 1. 37, 4. 

Class J 33:231-3 Ja '44 

ALEXANDER, William Marvin 
Do new courses of study help social studies 

teachers? Soc Ed 6:315-17 N '42 
Should the beginning teacher get a new 

deal? Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:611-16 
What services do local educational workers 

want from the state department? Curric J 

13:17-20 Ja '42 

ALEXANDRIA, Virginia 

George Washington high school 
School library philosophy. L. Dinwiddle. Va 
J Ed 34:370 Je '41; Same. Wilson Lib B 
16:37-1- S '41 

Mount Vernon school 
Ungraded group promotes adjustment. A. C. 
Stump. 11 Va J Ed 35:62 O '41 

ALEY, Howard C. 

Victory corps in the junior high school. Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 28:79-86 Mr '44 
—and Phillips, H. W. 

Planning the lunch hour program. Nation's 
Sch 29:60 Ap '42 

ALFARO, Ricardo Joaquin 

Pan Americanism and the good neighbor 
policy. N Y State Ed 29:186-9-1- D '41 

ALFORD, Harold D. 
Procedures for school district reorganization 
[thesis] (Contributions to ed. no852) 164p 
bibliog $2.10 '42 Teachers col; Abstract. 
Teach Col Rec 44:59-61 O '42 



ALFORD, John 
Public and private aspects of art. Nat Ed 
Assn Proc 1941:369 

ALGEBRA ^ . 

Algebra and physics. A. Greenfield. Sch Sci 

& Math 42:571-3 Je '42 
Clarifying arithmetic through algebra. D. 

X. Gordon. Sch Sci & Math 42:286-9 Mr 

'42 
Examples of inexactness in an exact science. 

J. P. Hoyt. Sch Sci & Math 41:627-8 O '41 
uSee also 
Equations 
Functions, Algebraic 

Achievements, Student 

Dividing matliematics time between arithme- 
tic and algebra. W. S. Guiler and H. B. 
Hoffman. Sch R 51:471-5 O '43 

Permanence of retention of first-year alge- 
bra. M. F. h,. Lahey. bibliog J Ed Psychol 
32:401-13 S '41 

Aims and objectives 
Means and ends in mathematics. C. Denbow. 
American Mathematical Monthly 49:105-6 F 
'42 

Errors 
Errors in ninth grade algebra. E. Snider. 
Ky Sch J 20:35-7-f Mr '42; Summary. 
Math Teach 37:175-6 Ap '44 

Outlines, syllabi, etc. 
Outline of college algebra. G. E. Moore, pa $1 
'42 Barnes & Noble 

Problem solving 

Experimental comparison of algebraic read- 
ing practice and the solving of additional 
verbal problems in tenth grade algebra. 
D. H. Russell and F. M. Holmes, bibliog 
Math Teach 34:347-52 D '41 

Function of verbal problems in elementary 
algebra. F. E. Ellis, bibliog Math Teach 36: 
230-2 My '43 .„ 

Graphical solution of mixture problems. E. 
Calvert. Math Teach 36:233-4 My '43 

Problems, exercises, etc. 

Picnic problem. A. R. Jerbert. Math 
36:187 Ap '43 

Rapid review of elementary algebra, 
May. pa 18c '42 Emerson bka, inc, 
19th st, N.Y. , ^ 

Self-testing guide in college algebra, 
solutions. C. L. Rich, rev ed pa $1. 
Burgess 

What can be done in algebra? a study 
relation between the table, verbal 
ment, formula and equation, and the 
W. N. Jackson, bibliog f Sch Sci & 
42:142-56 F '42 

Prognosis of success 

Another study of prognosis in college al- 
gebra. M. V. Marshall. Math Teach 36:322 
N '43 

Prediction of pupil success in college alge- 
bra. W. M. Scott and J. P. GiU. Math 
Teach 34:357-9 D '41 

Projects 
Enemies of the good. E. F. Whitmer. Sch Sci 
& Math 42:473-5 My '42 

Subject matter 
Reading of verbal material in ninth grade 
algebra [thesis] M. G. McKim. bibliog $2.10 
'41 Teachers col; Abstract. Teach Col Rec 
43:664-6 My '42 

Teaching 

Democratic algebra. L. C. Wright. Clearing 
House 16:19-21 S '41 

Enrichment of the advanced algebra course. 
W. P. Manheiiner. H Points 25:39-47 O '43 

Means and ends in mathematics. C. H. Den- 
bow. American Mathematical Monthly 49: 
105-6 F '42 

Presentation and proof of the factor theorem. 
C. N. Rowse. Sch (Sec ed) 29:827-8 My '41 

Teaching the laws of algebra; or. Mathe- 
matics is a language. C. H. Denbow. Math 
Teach 34:360-3 D '41 



Teach 

J. T. 

251 W 

with 
60 '41 

of the 
state- 
graph. 
Math 



48 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ALGEBRA — Cuntinued 

Teaching methods 
Developingr the quadralic equation. R. H. 

Hawkins. Sch (Sec ed) 32:428-9 Ja '44 
Honor units: my plan for superior students. 

U C. Thompson. Clearing House 16:426-8 

Mr '42 
Laboratory approach to intermediate algebra. 

J. W. Beach. Sch Sci & Math 42:615-16 O '42 
New order in grade IX algebra. M. MacLean. 

Sch (Sec ed) 32:47-9 S '43 
Review in mathematics. C. I. E. Currey. Sch 

(Sec ed) 30:319-21 D '41 
What can be done in algebra? a study of 

the relation between the table, verbal 

statement, formula and equation, and the 

graph. W. N. Jackson, bibliog f Sch Scl & 

Math 42:142-56 F '42 

Textbooks 

Algebra for college students. E. R. Smith. 
$2.20 '42 Dryden 

College algebra. H. R. Cooley. $2.25 '42 Mc- 
Graw-Hill 

College algebra. H. T. Davis. $2.50 '42 
Prentice-Hall 

College algebra. H. P. Pettit and P. Luteyn. 
2d ed $1.90 '41 Wiley 

Concerning the evolution of the topic of fac- 
toring in textbooks of elementary algebra 
published in England and the United States 
from 1631 to 1890. H. F. Heller. $1.25 '40 
The auth, c.o. Eastern 111. state teachers 
col, Charleston 

Intermediate algebra for college students. T, 
S. Peterson, new ed $1.85 '42 Harper 

Learning activities in elementary algebra. 
E. J. Burnett and R. Grosswege. pa 88c '39 
Col. entrance bk. co. 

Principles of college algebra. M. S. Knebel- 
man and T. Y. Thomas. $2.50 '42 Prentice- 
Hall 

Survey of modern algebra. G. Birkhoff and S. 
MacLane. bibliog $3.75 '41 Macmillan 

Topics in elementary algebra for adult stu- 
dents. V. V. Lavroff. $1.25 '40 Univ. of 
Ga. 

Value 

Aeronautics prerequisites: should algebra and 
geometry be prerequisite to enrollment in 
aeronautics in the secondary school? W. L. 
Wrinkle and H. F. Glidden. Nat Assn Sec 
Sch Prin Bui 28:35-43 F '44 

Colleges and universities 
Another study of prognosis in college al- 
gebra. M. V. Marshall. Math Teach 36:322 
N '43 

High schools 
Errors in ninth grade algebra. E. Snider. 
Ky Sch J 20:35-7-1- Mr '42; Summary. 
Math Teach 37:175-6 Ap '44 
ALGEBRAIC functions. See P^inctions, Alge- 
braic 
ALGORISM 
Horner's method and the algorithm for the 
extraction of square roots and cube roots. 
N. B. Conkwright. Math Teach 37:31-2 Ja 
'44 
ALHAMBRA, California 

Mark Keppel high school 
Mark Keppel high school. G. L. Yelland. il 
plans Am Sch Bd J 103:33-7 Jl '41 

Public schools 
Visual survey of 5000 school children. M. M. 



nsuai survey ot buoo scnooi cnii 
Dalton. J Ed Res 37:81-94 O '43 



ALICE Marie, Sister 
What is sacred music? (In Music teachers 

national association. Proceedings. 1940. 

p236-9) 
ALIENS. See Immigrants in the United States 

ALILUNAS, Leo J. 

Blackboard diagrams in teaching American 
history. Soc Studies 33:306-7 N '42 

Do students have adequate social study tools? 
Soc Ed 6:166-7 Ap '42 

Experiment in self-evaluation. Nation's Sch 
30:25 Jl '42 

History becomes a school activity. Sch Ac- 
tivities 14:140+ D '42 

History spree. Clearing House 18:230-1 D "43 



History teaching: current issues are spring- 
boards to the past. Clearing House 17:86-7 
O '42 
What do essay examinations show? Social 
Ed 7:313-14 N '43 
ALKALINITY 
See also 
Hydrogen ion con- 
centration 
ALL-day neighborhood schools. See Child care 

centers: Play centers 
ALL year schools 
All-year schools. T. R. Fink. H Sch J 25: 

158-62 Ap '42 
Effect of year-round attendance on students. 
F. P. Robinson. J Higher Ed 14:441-3 N 
'43 
Keep the schools open all year. A. L. Chap- 
man. Sch Executive 61:16 My "42 
Twelve-month college year: an all-out pro- 
gram, A. Silverman. Science 95:192-3 F 
20 '42 
ALLAIS, Mrs Edith 
Our children can't read! Horn Book 20:88-93 
Mr '44 
ALLAN, Flora 
It is more blessed to give than to receive. 
H Points 26:75-8 Mr '44 
ALLAN, H. A. 
E.xhibit. (In American association of school 
administrators. Offlclal report, 1943. p 187- 
200) 
ALLAN, Mary Elizabeth, and Young, F. M. 
Constancy of the intelligence quotient as 
Indicated by retests of 130 children, bib- 
liog J Ap Psychol 27:41-60 P '43 
ALLAN, P. C. 
Social studies test for grade \1II. Sch (El 
ed) 29:949-51 Je '41 
ALLAN, William A. 
New community school lunch program. Mont 
Ed 20:21 S '43 
ALLARD, Dorothy A. 
In-service training in visual instruction in 
the Reading, Mass. public schools. Ed 
Screen 23:168 Ap '44 
ALLARD, Lillian W. and Allard, M. F. 
Grammatical lesson in verse. Am Childh 28: 
46 Ja '43 
ALLARD, Lucile 
Helping boys and girls understand them- 
selves. Ed Leadership 1:252-3 Ja '44 
Successful workshops don't just happen, Sch 

Executive 62:29-31 Mr '43 
Use of visual aids in teaching elementary 

geography. Ed 64:428-33 Mr '44 
Workshop in teacher education. CThildh Ed 
18:218-21 Ja '42 
ALLARD, Madeline F. See Allard, L. W. Jt. 

auth. 
ALLARD, Wilfred Philip 
It's de rigueur in the French class! Mod 
Lang J 2S:25S-60 Mr '44 
ALLARDYCE, Robert Moir 
Young offenders in Glasgow; an examination 
of problems and remedies. Times Ed Sup 
1379:478 O 4 '41 
ALLEGHENY college, Meadville, Pennsylvania 
Centralized personnel file. J. R. Schultz. 

J Higher Ed 14:381-3 O '43 
Educational guidance clinic. H. R. Anderson. 

Am Assn Col Reg J 18:32-5 O '42 
Reports on accelerated programs in the col- 
leges; Allegheny college. Assn Am Col B 
28:159-61 My '42 
ALLEGIANCE 
See also 
Teachers — Oaths of 
allegiance, etc. 
ALLEGORY 

Hawthorne's satirical allegory. N. F. Double- 
day, bibliog f Col Engl 3:325-37 Ja '42 
ALLEMAN, George Mervin 
Planning a unit of work on consumer protec- 
tion. (In Eastern commercial teachers' as- 
sociation. Fifteenth yearbook, p 195-200) 

ALLEMAN, Helen 

To know, to plan, to do. por Prac Home 
Econ 19:379-80 N '41 
ALLEN, Afflah 

Dark side of the moon. Par M 16:30-)- S '41 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



49 



ALLEN, Alfred T. , . ^ . • , . 

Interstate certification of industrial-arta 

teachers. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:48-50 F 
•42 

ALLEN, Alice E. „, „. , 

When Christmas comes. Grade Teach 61:35+ 
D '43 
ALLEN, Alice Ormes 
Alphabet family; play. Instr 52:48 F 43 
Be hive; play. Instr 52:48+ O '43 
Coming of Kaster; play. Grade Teach 59:30+ 
Ap '42 
ALLEN, Arda Talbot 
Cogs in the occupational wheel, bibliog Oc- 
cupations 20:15-18 O '41 
ALLEN, Avery ^ ,.^ 

Practical program of public relations. Calif 
J Sec EU 17:47-51 Ja '42; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 7:49-51 Mr '42 

ALLEN, Carleton Kemp 

System of election to Rhodes scholarships. 
J Ed London 74:113 Mr '42 
ALLEN, Catherine 
Women's conditioning course. J Health & 
Phys Ed 13:408-11+ S '42 
ALLEN, Cecil Holmes 

Elementary school of the future. Sch & Com 

2a:104 Mr '43 
In-service education of teachers, bibliog R 
Ed Res 13:262-70 Je '43 
ALLEN, Charles Albert 

Glebe and others. Col Engl 5:418-23 My '44 
ALLEN, Charles Forrest. See Harvey, C. C. 

jt. auth. 
ALLEN, Charles Francis Hitchcock, and Clark, 
J. H. 
Sodium perborate as a replacement for sodmm 
peroxide in the chemical laboratory. J 
Chem Ed 19:72 F '42 
ALLEN, Charles M. 
Some contributions of N.Y.A. to public edu- 
cation. Sch R 50:432-8 Je '42 
What's right with NYA? Ill Ed 29:282-3 My 
'41 
ALLEN, Devere 
Cultural missions bringing light to Mexican 
masses. Hispania 27:69-70 F '44 
ALLEN, Don 

Cartoon movie project. Sch Arts 41:24 S '41 
ALLEN, Edward E. 
Square peg placed in a square hole. Train 
Sch B 40:78-9 Je '43 
ALLEN, Ethel Covington 
Experience reading in the first grade. 'Va 
J Ed 36:337-8 My '43 
ALLEN, Ethel P. 
English 50 ain't normal. Sierra Ed News 
38:20 Ja '42 
ALLEN, Eugene 
Melting point of impure organic compounds. 
J Chem Ed 19:278-81 Je '42 
ALLEN, F. Ellwood. See Butler, G. D. jt. auth. 
ALLEN, Florence Ellinwood 

AVomen in law. J Ed Sociol 17:498-500 Ap '44 
ALLEN, Florence M. 
Teaching citizenship — our job. N Y State 
Ed 30:683+ Je '43 
ALLEN, Forrest Claire. See Elbel, E. R. jt. 

auth. 
ALLEN, Francis W. See Robinson, A. M. jt. 

auth. 
ALLEN, Frederick Harold 
Can the youngest take it? Par M 17:26-7+ 

N '42 
Family takes the job. Nat Par-Teach 37:4-7 

S '42 
Mental hazards in accelerated educational 
programs for youth. Ed Outl 17:114-22 Mr 
•43 
Psychotherapy with children. Slip $3.50 '42 
Norton 
ALLEN, Hollis Partridge 
Cooperative placement program. Phi Delta 
Kappaii 24:306-8 My '42 
ALLEN. James E. 
Another explanation of the Times test find- 
ings. Sch & Soc 58:238 S 25 '43 
ALLEN, Jane 

Scribble designs in the grades. Sch Arts 
42:97 N '42 



ALLEN, Jean Pennock, and Summersgill, 

Revah „ ,,_ 

Candlemaking day; story. Instr 51:21 O 42 

Martha's winter visiting day; story. Instr 

51:20+ F '42 
To Philadelphia by the cars: story. Instr 51:12 
My '42 
ALLEN, Jennie M. 
School nurse. Sch (El ed) 32:214-17 N '43 

ALLEN, John 
Private John Allen: a humorist in politics. 
L. D. Reid. bibliog Q J Speech 28:414-21 
D '42 
ALLEN, John Stuart 
College before graduation? Sec Ed 11:20-1 

F '43 
New York colleges in wartime. Sch & Soc 
58:428-30 N 27 '43 
ALLEN, Joseph Heatly Dulles, Jr 

Portuguese studies in the United States. 
Hispania 25:94-100 F '42 
ALLEN, Margaret E. 

Portland plan of lip reading in the public 
schools. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:480 
ALLEN, Marjory (Gill) baroness Allen of Hurt- 
wood. See Allen of Hurtwood, M. G. A. 
ALLEN, Mary Emma 
Comparative study of Negro and white chil- 
dren on melodic and harmonic sensitivity, 
bibliog f J Negro Ed 11:158-64 Ap '42 

ALLEN, Myron Sheppard 
Development of thinking as a major objec- 
tive of college physics teaching. Am J 
Physics 11:30-3 F '43 
Science teaching for war and peace. Calif J 
Sec Ed 18:52-4 Ja '43 
ALLEN, Nellie Burnham 
Great island of Greenland; material for unit 
or topical study. Grade Teach 59:44-5+ Ja 
•42 
ALLEN, Owen W. 
F.F.A. achievement program based on farm- 
ing ability. Ag Ed M 14:115 D "41 
ALLEN, Phyllis 
Story of ships; an enterprise for grade IV. 
Sch (El ed) 32:595-7 Mr '44 
ALLEN, Richard Day 
Community responsibility for guidance-edu- 
cation plans. Adult Ed J 2:139-44 Jl '43 
ALLEN, Ross Lorraine 

Camps forward march! Par M 17:34-5 My '42 
Wanted: health + hardness. Nation's Sch 
30:24 S '42 
ALLEN, S. T. 
Ethics of the teaching profession. Tex Outl 
25:22-3 Ag '41 
ALLEN, U. S. 
Tangled threads; play. Sch Activities 14:62- 
4+. 102-6 O-N '42 
ALLEN, Warren Dwight 
Arts and tlie man. (In Music teachers na- 
tional association. Proceedings. 1940. p 13- 
19) 
Music in wartime. Mus Educators J 30:14 

N ^43 
Report, 1942. See Music teachers national as- 
sociation. Committee on functional music 
Report of the college music committee. Mus 

Educators J 27:54 Mr; 28:56 S ^41 
Teaching, education, and musicology. (In 
Music teachers national association. Pro- 
ceedings, 1939. p 193-8) 
ALLEN, Wendell C. 
Cumulative pupil records; a plan for staff 
study and improvement of cumulative pupil 
records in secondary schools. 69p bibliog 
$1.25 '43 Teachers col; Summary. Teach 
Col Rec 45:205 D '43 
ALLEN, Zelma 
Vision of Sir Launfal; activities for a re- 
quired classic. Grade Teach 59:56-7 N '41 

ALLEN of Hurtwood, Marjory (Gill) Allen, 
baroness 
Care of under fives. Times Ed Sup 1390:606 
D 20 '41 
ALLENDOERFER, Carl B. 
Training of weather officers in wartime. 
Am J Physics 11:153-4 Je '43 

ALLENSWORTH, Josephine 

Building units m photoplay appreciation. Sec 
Ed 10:284-6 D '41 



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EDUCATION INDEX |ulv iy41--[im.-- 1044 



ALLENTOWN, Pennsylvania 
High school 
We utilize the educational values of the 
N.Y.A. J. W. Itioliardson. Clearing House 
lG:135-9 N '11 
ALLERS, Rudolf 

Some special problems of character education. 
Cath Kd K 11:20-31 .la 'iS 
ALLEZ, George Clare 
Library as a method in education. Wis J 

Kd 74:195-8+ D '41 
Order routine lor the .small collCKe library. 
Wilson Lib Hul 17:«124- Al> 'U 
ALLIED cooperation. See World war, 1939 — 

Allied cooperation 
ALLIED youth 

Activity progr.im in alcohol education. W. 
n. lires. J Health & Phys Ed 12:561-|- D 
•41 
Allied youth at work. Tex Outl 27:10 N "43 
Allied youth, inc. Sch & Soc 58:230 S 25 
'43 
ALLINGHAM, Jennie C. 
Letter to you about those important first 
days. Grade Teach 61:72+ S '43 
ALLISON, Bernard Jerry, See Marshall, M. V. 

jt. auth. 
ALLISON, Clara Janet 
Cicero's De oftlciis and the social studies 
program, bibliog f Class J 37:193-200 Ja '42 
ALLISON, Joyce 
Christmas time in Mexico; play. Grade Teach 
59:16-19+ D '41 
ALLISON, Mildred 
Pre-induction courses and the problems of 
extending the curriculum in private com- 
mercial schools, bibliog (In Commercial 
education association of New York city 
and vicinity. Extending the business cur- 
I'iculum in World war II: thirteenth year- 
book. p74-Sl) 

ALLISON, Mrs R. L. 

Rural education in application. Nat Ed 
Assn J 33:87-8 Ap '44 
ALLISON, Samuel P. 

I factors in selecting employees. (In East- 
ern commercial teachers' association. Four- 
teentli yearbool;. p245-53) 
ALLMAN, Florence Elizabeth 

(comp) Short fiction for liigli school students. 
Wilson Lib Bui 18:158-9 O '43 
ALLOWANCES 

Growing child's budget. S. M. Gruenberg. 11 

Nat Parent Teach 38:4-6 Mr '44 
Money in his pocket. R. H. Abild. il Parents 
Mag 19:39+ My '44 

ALLOY steels. See Steel alloys 
ALLOYS 
Airplane sheet-metal shop practice. M. D. 
Caffin. Ind Arts &- Voc Ed 32:275-6 S '43 
Sec <iiso 
Steel alloys 
ALLPORT, Floyd Henry 
Explicit denotation in language; a psychologi- 
cal contribution to methods in the social 
sciences. R. Rhine, bibliog Journal of So- 
cial Psychology 18:331-63 N '43 

ALLPORT, Gordon Willard 
A.B.C.'s of scapegoating. Jun Col J 14:153-5 

D '43 
Prevention and control of rumors. Jun Col J 

14:68 O '43 

ALLYN, Harriett May 
Higher education of women. (In Teachers 
college, Columbia university. International 
in.stitute. Educational yearbook. 1943. p273- 
90) 
ALLYN, William Preston 

Public will listen to educational radio talks. 

por Assn Kd Radio J 1:5+ Ja '42 
Public will listen to educational radio talks. 
C. M. Morgan. Assn Ed Radio J 1:5 Ja '42 

ALM, Oscar William, and Whitnah, C. H. 

Rrain minerals and learning ability of al- 
bino rats, bibliog Pedagog Seni 59:51-64 S 
•II 
ALMA coilege, Michigan 
Results of an inventory test. M. C. Volpel. 
Sch Sci & Math 42:188-91 F '42 



ALMACK, John Conrad 

'i'renda in school llnance. (In Northwert aa- 
.sociation of secondary and higher .tcliools. 
Proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual 
meeting. 1941. pCO-5) 

What next in education'.' (In Northwest as- 
sociation of secondary and higher schools. 
Proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual 
meeting, 1941. pS:i-9) 

ALMY, Millie C. See I.K^onard, B. A. jt. auth. 
ALOYSIUS Crawford, Sister. See Crawford. A. 
ALPER, Benedict Solomon 

Engli.sli system of Horstal schools. National 
Probation Association Yearbook 1941:260-76 

— See Healy. W. Jt. auth. 
ALPER, Thelma Gorfinkle 

Diagnostic spelling scale for the college level: 
its construction and use. bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 33:273-90 Ap '42 
ALPERN, Hymen 

Brotlieriiood week in the New York city 
high schools. Sch R 50:417-22 Je '42 

Can a principal be democratic? Clearing 
House 16:306-7 Ja 42 

Etiuipnienl for our future citizens for hemi- 
sphere understanding. Xat Ed Assn Proc 
1941:596-7 

High school and the war effort. .Sec Ed 10: 
312-13 F '42 

Program for gifted children. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. 
Roads to the future. p288-90) 

Role of the high schools in improving inter- 
cultural relations. J Ed Soc 16:363-7 F '43 

Schools meet the challenge. H Points 23:13- 
16 O ^41 

Teaching the issues, aims, and progress of 
the war and the peace. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin B 26:185-7 O '42 

Textbook makers. Sec Ed 11:14-16 S '43; IS- 
IS F '44 

Training for the world we want to live in. 
Sch & Soc 55:91-5 Ja 24 '42 

(ed) See New York university. School of edu- 
cation. Department of foreign languages 
and literatures. Foreign language teacher's 
responsibility in the war effort 
ALPHA epsilon rho 

AER fraternity gets under way. Assn Ed 
Radio J 3:2+ S '43 
ALPHA kappa alpha 

National non-partisan council of 
public affairs 

National non-parti.san council of public af- 
fairs of the Alpha kappa alpha sorority. 
C. C. Poole. J Negro Ed 13:238-42 Ap '44 
ALPHA kappa mu 

Evolution of Alpha kappa mu honor society. 
G. W. Gore. Jr. Q R Higher Ed Among 
Negroes 9:29-31 Ja '41 

Report of the fourth annual convention. Q R 
Higher Ed Among Negroes 9:26-8 Ja '41 
ALPHABET 

Alphabet. Royal Ontario museum. Division 
of public instruction, il Sch (Sec ed) 30: 
396-402 Ja '42 

Our alphabet: when our letters were pic- 
tures. K. G. Irwin. Grade Teach 61:64 S 
'43 

Portuguese and the global alphabet. R. L. 
Owen. Sch & Soc 50:183 Mr 11 '44 

Reviewing our alphabets. J. Seaman, il diags 
Sch Arts 41:218-21 Mr '42 
See also 

Lettering 
ALSACE-LORRAINE 

Place of geograpliy in the social studies for 

orientation in a world of changing national 

boundaries. D. Whittlesey. J Geog 42:1-6 

Ja '43 

ALSCHULER, Mrs Alfred S. See Alschuler, 

R. H. 
ALSCHULER, Rose (Haas) (Mrs Alfred S. 
Alschuler) 

Care of children of working mothers. (In 
American association of school administra- 
tors. Onicial report. 1942. p 181-3) 

Mr Superintendent, we need your help. Ed 
Meth 22:22-5 O '42 

Play materials; how shall we select them? 
Ed Meth 21:129-34 D '41 

We need more nurserv schools. Progres Ed 
19:325-7 O '42 



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51 



ALSCHULER, Rose — Co7itinued 

You — your children — your government. Child 

Study 20:39-41 F '43 
(ed) See National commission for young 
children. Cliildren's centers 
ALSOP, Gulielma Fell 
Improved health for defense. Nat Assn Deans 
Women J 5:63-8 Ja '42 
ALTENBURG, George Isaac 
Report, See American association of junior 
colleges. Committee on aviation 
ALTGELD, John Peter 
Eagle that is remembered. I. Dilliard. por 

Survey Graphic 31:3624- Ag '42 
Revised historical viewpoints; J. P. Altgeld. 
R. B. Guinness. Soc Studies 33:163 Ap '42 
ALTHAUS, Carl B. and Twente, J. W. 
Plans for distributing state and county aid 
to the public schools of Kansas. (Kan. 
studies in ed. v2 no9) 19p '42 Univ. of 
Kan. 
ALTHOUSE, John George 
Education in responsibility. Sch (El ed and 

Sec ed) 32:3-6 S '43 
Reply to greetings. Progres Ed 1S:278 O '41 
ALTHOUSE, Margaret G. 

Our circuit court. Sch Activities 15:202 F '44 
ALTICK, Helen (Mrs Richard Daniel Altick) 
and Altick, R. D. 
.Square-rigger on a modern mission. Col Engl 
5:75-80 N '43 
ALTICK, Richard Daniel 
War of nerves: campus version. J Higher Ed 

14:477-82 D '43 
—See Altick, H. ]t. auth. 
ALTICK, Mrs Richard Daniel. See Altick. H. 
ALTMAN, Clara 

Mav a one-year foreign-language course have 

value? Sch & Soc 54:214-18 S 20 '41 
Student enthusiasm. Mod Lang J 25:764-5 

N '41 
What about foreign languages? Ed Adm & 
Sup 28:40-6 Ja '42 
ALTMAN N, George J. 
Physical conditioning through couple activi- 
ties. J Health & Phys Ed 14:431-1- O '43 
ALTMEYER, Pearl G. 
Bunny for Christmas; play. Instr 53:41-f D 

■43 
Rhythm band. Am Childh 28:26 O '42 
ALTOBELL, Joseph R. 

Block printing for little hands. Sch Arts 

41:252 Mr '42 
Prophylactic values of hobbies. Minn J Ed 

23:259-00 Mr '43 
Spelling games are fun! Grade Teach 60:34 
P '43 
ALTOONA. Pennsylvania 

High school 

Library and the teacher of English. M. 
Minster. Engl J 30:765-6 N '41 

No book fines in Altoona high school li- 
brary. M. Minster. Clearing House 16:175-6 
N '41 

There's no place like the home room. C. E. 
■niiipple. Sch Executive 60:32 Ag '41 

Voices from the service; a study of the 
needs of our older boys who are subject 
to selective service. I. S. Gress. Nat Assn 
Sec Sch Prin Bui 27:115-21 O '43; Same 
cond. Occupations 21:535-8 Mr '43 
ALTSCHUL, Helen 

Suggestions to the advisor of an elementary 
school council. Ed Meth 22:281-3 Mr '43; 
Same cond. Ed Digest 8:22-3 My '43 
ALTSHULER, Ira M. 

Rational music-therapy of the mentally ill. 
(In Music teachers national association. 
Proceedings, 1939. p 153-7) 
ALTSTETTER, Mabel Flick 

Early American magazines for children. Pea- 
body J Ed 19:131-6 N '41 

Isabella MacDonald Alden. El Engl R 18:291- 
2-f- D '41 
ALTSTETTER, Michael Louis 

Better results in the teaching of English 
Sch & Soc 59:13-14 Ja 1 '44 
ALTUS, William David 

Prediction in college English. Am Assn Col 
Reg J 17:58-64 O '41 



ALTWERGER, Samuel I. 

Related technical information: mathematics 
and science in the vocational school. 
H Points 26:57-9 Ja '44 
ALUMINUM 

Films show aluminum fabrication. Ed Vic 1:32 
D 1 '42 

Light metals; aluminum and magnesium. J. 
St Peter, il J Chem Ed 19:556-62 D '42 
ALUMNI, See Colleges and universities — Alum- 
ni; Wisconsin alumni research foundation 
ALUMNI council, American. See American 

alumni council 
ALUMNI education 

Continuing courses of study for graduates. 
W. T. Spivey. (In Association of urban 
universities. 'Twenty-seventh annual meet- 
ing. 1940. p51-5) 
ALVAREZ GAYOU, Lamberto 

National sports program. J Health & Phys 
Ed 14:8-10 Ja '43 

Physical education for Pan-American cooper- 
ation, por J Health & Phys Ed 13:356-7 
Je '42 
ALVERSON, Maxine 

Class who's who. Engl J 30:591 S '41 

Poetic impulse of the Pennsylvania Dutch. 
Engl J 31:477-83 Je '42 
ALVERSON, Roy T, 

At last — a full school term! Sch Executive 61: 
31-1- S '41 
ALVES, Henry Fred 

Defense program and school plants, bibliog 
R Ed Res 12:162-7 Ap '42 

Educational problems and needs surrounding 
military camps and defense industries. Nat 
Ed Assn Proc 1941:144-5 

School facilities in defense areas. (In Ameri- 
can association of school administrators. 
Offlcial report, 1942. p 133-8) 

School facilities in defense' areas. Sch Life 
27:115-16-1- Ja '42 

Statistics of state school systems, 1937-38. 
See United States. Office of education 
ALVEY, Edward, jr 

Attempts to meet teacher shortage in Vir- 
ginia. Mad Q 3:1-5 Ja '43 

Schools of Virginia organize for victory! Va 
J Ed 36:19 S '42 

Teacher supply and demand in Virginia. Va 
J Ed 35:1394- D '41 
ALWINE, Harry G, 

Dakota Wesleyan university conducts a poll 
on the value of Latin. Class J 37:375-8 
Mr '42 
ALY, Bower 

History of American public address as a re- 
search field, bibliog f Q J Speech 29:308-14 

'43 

Rhetoric of semantics, bibliog f Q J Speech 
30:23-30 F '44 
ALYEA, Hubert Newcombe 

Function of general chemistry, bibliog f J 

Chem Ed 18:309-10 Jl '41 
Potential energj' curves in general chemis- 
try. J Chem Ed 19:337-9 Jl '42 
AMACHE, Colorado 

High school 
Homemaking in a relocation center. L. E. 
-More and S. C. Coy. il Prac Home Econ 
21:256-84- Jl '43 
Organizing a high school co-op. B. P. Bea- 
ver, il Sch Activities 14:331-2 Mv "43; Ex- 
cerpts. Clearing House 18:560 My '44 
AMALONG, Raymond Harold 

Pupils conserve and salvage. Pa Sch J 91: 
41 O '42 
AMANN, Dorothy, and Arnold, H, D. 
Fondren library. Library Journal 66:821-3 O 

1 '41 

AMAR, Wesley Francis 
Children's magazines todav. bibliog El Eiigl R 
20:287-90 X '43 
AMARILLO, Texas 

Central Junior high school 
Practical physical-education building. C. M. 
Rogers, il plans Am Sch Bd J 104:33-5 Je 
'42 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AMARILLO, Texas — Continued 
High school 
Toulh's evaluation of present-day educational 
offerings. D. Brokaw. Tex Outl 26:8-10 S 41; 
Excerpts. Clearing House 17:85 O '42 

Public schools 
Problem of Irregular pupils in the Amarillo 
schools. C. L. Cangston. Tex Outl 26:24-6 

Radio's rOle In public relations. C. L. Lang- 

ston. Nation's Sch 28:68-|- S '41 

Teacher participation in salary scheduling:. 

A. 13. Lewis. Nat El Prin 21:473-7 Jl "42 

Twelve-grade system in Amarillo. C. M. 

Rogers. Tex Outl 25:42-4 Je '41 

AMATEUR moving picture photography. See 

Moving picture photography. Amateur 
AMATEUR theatricals 
See also 
Dramatization In 
schools 
AMATRUDA, Mrs Catherine (Strunk) See 

Gesell. A. L. Jt. auth. 
AMAZON river 
Battle of the Amazon. J. C. McClintock. 
J Geog 43:27-33 Ja '44 

AMBERLITES , ^ „ ,„„. „ 

Distilled water supply for small schools, b. 
Gaddis and C. Kubina. diag J Chem Ed 
20:3S1-|- Ag '43 
AMBERSON, Mrs George 
Juvenile protection, por Ariz Teach Par il. 
10 Ap '43 
AMBERSON, Rosanne 
Objective saving. Prac Home Econ 22.19Si-20U 
My '44 
AMBERSON, William Ruthrauff, and others 
Laboratory notes in physiology. 96p 52. 2» 41 
Williams & Wilkins CO. Mt Royal & Guilford 
avs. Baltimore 

AMBIGUITY . , . , , 

Doubleheaders; ce qui n'est pas clair n est 

pas francais. L. V. Simpson. French R 17: 

154-6 Ja 44 
AMBROSE, Luther Martin . 

Doctor takes his own prescription — and likes 

it. Sch & Soc 56:185-7 S 5 '42 
Teachers for Kentucky mountain rural 

schools. Ky Sch J 21:37-40 O '42 

AMBULANCES , , .,,, tt •. j 

How to donate an ambulance to the united 

States army. P. J. Bonom. H Points 25: 
46-8 F '43 

AMDUR, Irving u i ,. 

Foreign languages in junior high school, re- 
port of a committee of teachers. H Points 
25:38-46 F '43 

AMEBA , » ■ ,. 

Teaching of biology: an appeal to mterest 
and understanding. W. A. Kepner. diags 

Ed Outl 17:160-4 My '43 x, •. ., 

AMENDMENTS, Constitutional. See United 
States — Constitution — Amendments 

AMENTS. See Feeble-minded 

AMERICA ,, „ _ ., ... 

Age of the Americas. N. M. Butler, bib- 
liog f Assn Am Col B 28:530-41 D '42 
See also 
United States 

Bibliography 
Theses on Pan American topics [mimeo- 
graphedl Pan American union. Columbus 
memorial library. 3d ed rev & enl pa 75c 
'41 The union 

Defenses 
Latin America and hemisphere defense. L. S. 
Wilson. Ed 62:239-47 D '41 , „ ^ „, ,, 
Latin America in world affairs. R. b. Flatt. 
map J Geog 40:321-30 D '41 

Discovery and exploration 
Little-known facts about Spanish explorers 
and conquistadores. Sister Mary Charlita. 
bibliog f Soc Studies 34:65-7 F "43 

Teats and scales 
Modem objective tests: American history, 
exploration and discovery. M. C. Eastman. 
Grade Teach 59:72 O '41 



AMERICA (song) 
L<f8 sing America correctly. B. H. Watson. 
Instr 52:14 N '42 

AMERICA, University of. See Inter-American 
university 

AMERICA In World war II: a student's hand- 
book of maps, pictures, background tacts. 
32p il maps pa '42 Am. ed. press , 

AMERICAN academy of pediatrics 

Committee on school health 

Basis of better school medical service. Am 
Sch Bd J 107:44 Jl '43: Same. J Health 
& Phys Ed 14:361-)- S '43; Excerpts. Sch & 
Soc 58:255-6 O 2 '43 
AMERICAN academy of physical education 

From the archives of the American academy 
of physical education. A. H. Steinhaus. 
J Health & Phys Ed 15:64+ F '44 
AMERICAN alumni council 

Report of national conference. J1.50; to non- 
members $5 '42 The council. G. O. Stewart, 
sec, Michigan state col. East Lansing 
AMERICAN army university. See United 

.Stales — Army — Education 
AMERICAN art. See Art, American 
AMERICAN association for adult education 

Annual report of the director, for 1940-41. 
M. A. Cartwright. J Adult Ed 13:325-44 Je 
•41 

Annual report of the director for 1941-42. 
M. A. Cartwright. Adult Ed J 1:123-36 Jl 
•42 

Annual report of the director for 1942-43. 
M. A. Cartwright. Adult Ed J 2:147-56 Jl 
'43 

Educating for defense. E. A. Bayne and F. 
E. Hill. J Adult Ed 13:406-13 O ^41 

Education in the army. (Discussion digest 
no 1) 19p 10c '41 The assn. 

Final report on negotiations with the AAAE. 
P. H. Sheats. Adult Ed Bui 8:111-12 Ap '44 

Report on negotiations with the AAAE. P. 
H. Sheats. Adult Ed Bui 7:140-1 Je '43 

State and regional councils; notes on their 
current status and future plans. Adult Ed 
J 3:45-8 Ap '44 
See also 

Joint committee of 
the American as- 
sociation for adult 
education and the 
National education 
association Depart- 
ment of adult edu- 
cation 

Meetings 
19il, West Point, New York 
Sixteenth annual meeting. May 12-14. J Adult 
Ed 13:309-14 Je ^41 „ , . ^ ,. „ 

Sixteenth annual meeting. May 12-14. Sch & 
Soc 54:6-7 Jl 5 ^41 

19it, West Point, New York 
Seventeenth annual meeting. May 11-13. Adult 

Ed J 1:57-60 Ap '42 
Seventeenth annual meeting. May 11-13. 

Adult Ed J 1 :96-103 Jl '42 
17th annual meeting. May 11-13. D. Rowden. 

Sch & Soc 55:676-7 Je 13 '42 

19^3, New York 
Eighteenth annual meeting. Adult Ed J 2:1 

Ja '43 

Readability laboratory 
Democracy— and reading a book. H. Dallas. 

Adult Ed B 5:145-6 Je '41 
From Superman to serious reading. H. Dallas. 

Sch & Soc 53:719-22 Je 7 '41 
AMERICAN association for an international 

office of education „„ , „ ,,, 

Formation. Sch & Soc 59:22 Ja S '44 
International office for education. H. L. 

Binsse. Commonweal 39:645-8 Ap 14 44 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 

education, and recreation 
Constitution and by-laws (rcylsed---June 1, 

1942) J Health & Phys Ed 13:540-3 N '42 
Eight points in wartime physical-fitness pro- 
gram for public schools. Clearing House 

17:91 O '42 



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53 



AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education and recreation — Continued 
Historical note. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:202 

1941 honor award fellows. J Health & Phys 
Ed 12:350-3 Je '41 „ „, 

1942 honor award fellows. J Health & Phys 
Ed 13:393-6 S '42 ^ „ ,^. 

1943 honor award fellows, pors J Health 
& Phys Ed 14:302-4 Je '43 

Officers. 1942-43. historical note, and sum- 
mary of meetings. New Orleans, La, April 
15-lS, 1942. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1942:158-61 

Open letter to the members, American associ- 
ation for health, physical education, and 
recreation. A. S. Duggan. J Health & 
Phys Ed 13:3-7-f-, 136 Ja. Mr '42 

Open letter to the members of the Ameri- 
can association tor health, physical educa- 
tion, and recreation. A. S. Duggan. 
J Health & Phys Ed 12:395-6-1- S Ml: Ex- 
cerpts. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:205-7 

Meetings 
19il, Atlantic City 
Summary of meetings, Atlantic City, April 
3U-May 3, 1941. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941: 
203-5 

19i2, Neiv Orleans 
First working conference. J Health & Phys 

Ed 13:536-9 N '42 
Forty-seventh annual convention, meeting 

with the Southern district association, April 

15-18. J Health & Phys Ed 13:213-22 Ap '42 
National fitness theme. Ed Vic 1:20 My 15 

'42 
Physical fitness. B. M. Farley. Sch & Soc 55: 

560-3 My 16 '42 
Selected convention addresses. J Health & 

Phys Ed 13:331-49-1- Je '42 
Working conference at New Orleans: national 

fitness through health, physical education, 

and recreation, bibliog J Health & Phys 

Ed 13:178-94- Mr '42 

19.'iS, Cincinnati 
Cincinnati invites you to the national war 

fitness conference: forty-eighth national 

convention, April 13-16, 1943. W. K. Streit. 

il J Health & Phys Ed 14:88-9-f F "43 
National war fitness conference. Ed Vic 1:3 

Je 1 '43 
National war fitness conference, victory 

through fitness. April 13-16, Cincinnati, il 

J Health & Phys Ed 14:131-8-1- Mr '43 
War-fltness conference. B. M. Farley. Sch & 

Soc 57:674-6 Je 12 '43 

19ii, New York 

Fitness for today and tomorrow; national 
war and peace fitness conference, April 24- 
27, New York city, pors J Health & Phys 
Ed 15:173-81+ Ap '44 

War and peace fitness conference; fitness for 
today and tomorrow, April 24-27. New York 
city: program. J Health & Phys Ed 15: 
110 Mr '44 

Committee on the role of exercise 
in physical fitness 
Role of exercise in physical fitness. J Health 
& Phys Ed 14:299-300+ Je '43; Same. Minn 
J Ed 24:17-18 S '43; Nat Ed Assn J 32: 
199-200 O '43: Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 
27:79-83 N '43; Excerpts. Ed Vic 2:12-13 
Ja 20 '44 

Committee on vocational guidance 
Physical education as a profession; a report, 
bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec 
Res Q 13:131-45 My '42 

Division of health education 
Subcommittee on health teaching 
Report on health teaching. J Health & Phys 
Ed 12:556-7+ D '41 

National committee on aquatic 
leadership 
Report and recommendations, bibliog f Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13: 
520-31 D '42 

National council of the 
research section 
Research abstracts. Am Assn Health Phvs Ed 
& Rec Res Q 15:78-93 Mr '44 



National section on viromen's athletics 
Research C07yimittee 
Physical performance levels for high school 
girls; report. J Health & Phys Ed 14:424- 
6+ O '43; Same cond. Ed Vic 2:3-5 O 15 
'43 

Special committee on standards 
Desirable practices in athletics for girls and 
women. J Health & Phys Ed 12:422+ S '41 

Women's national officials 
rating committee 
Extending the work of women's officials. 
F. L. Hupprich. J Health & Phys Ed 13: 
149+ Mr '42 
San Francisco Bay counties board of women 
officials. M. Nogues. J Health & Phys Ed 
13:290-1+ My '42 

Project committee 
Project study of mental hygiene. J Health 
& Phys Ed 13:76-7+ F '42 
AMERICAN association for health, physical ed- 
ucation, and recreation (Central section) 
Conference, April 2-3, Kansas City. Mo. il J 

Health & Phys Ed 14:144-6 Mr '43 
Convention, Des Moines, Iowa. April 1-4. 11 
J Health & Phys Ed 13:170-3 Mr '42 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Eastern section) 
Eastern district association convention, April 
29-Mav 2. 1942. Pittsburgh. J Health & Phys 
Ed 13:238-42 Ap '42 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Mid-west section) 
Convention, Milwaukee. Wis, April 8-11. 11 J 

Health & Phys Ed 13:162-7 Mr '42 
Midwest association conference, April 12-14, 
Detroit, Michigan. J Health & Phys Ed 
15:116-19+ Mr '44 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Northwest sec- 
tion) 
Convention, April 10-11. J Health & Phys Ed 
13:159-61 Mr '42 
AMERICAN association for health, physical 
education, and recreation (Southwest sec- 
tion) 
Convention. Albuquerque. New Mexico, April 
9-11. J Health & Phys Ed 13:156-8 Mr '42 
AMERICAN association for the advancement 
of science 
Annual meeting, Cleveland, Ohio. September 
11-16, 1944. F. R. Moulton. Science 99:227-9 
Mr 24 '44 
AMERICAN association for the study of group 
work 
Group work and the social scene today; se- 
lected papers for the year 1943; reports by 
committees of the Association for 1942- 
1943. 96p bibliog f pa 75c '44 Assn. press 
Group work in a year of crisis; reports by 
committees of the Association for 1940-1941. 
84p 50c '41 Assn. press 
Group work in wartime; reports by commit- 
tees of the Association for 1941-1942; an- 
nual meeting. New Orleans, May 1942. 
94p pa 75c '42 Assn. press 

Study program committee 
Role of the informal education and recrea- 
tion agency in the treatment and preven- 
tion of Juvenile delinquency: a discussion 
outline for use of local study groups; comp. 
by Mrs M. B. Conover [mimeographed] 
16p bibliog 20c '41 The assn, 670 l^exington 
av, N.Y. 

AMERICAN association of college news bu- 
reaus. See American college publicity asso- 
ciation 

AMERICAN association of collegiate registrars 
Proceedings of the thirtieth convention. Chi- 
cago, April 13-16. 1942. Am Assn Col Reg 
J 17:427-680 Jl '42 
Sectional meetings. Am Assn Col Reg J 16: 

425-94 Jl '41 
Sectional meetings. Am Assn Col Reg J 17: 
526-629 Jl '42 

Meetings 
19il, Chicago 
Annual meeting, April 14-17. Jun Col J 12: 
33 S '41 



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AMERICAN association of collegiate registrars 
— Meetings — Contmiud 

lOii, Chicago 
ProKiani; thirtieth convention. April 13-16. 
Am Assn Col Rep J 17:407-16 Ap '42 

1943 convention cancelled. Am Assn Col Reg 
J 18:194 Ja '43 

19 a, Chicago 

Program: thirty- first convention, Chicago, 
April :i5-27, 1944. Am Assn Col Reg J 19: 
405-10 Ap '44 

Committee on special projects 

Making use of tlie annual report on enroll- 
ments and degrees. W. S. Hoffman. Am 
Assn Col Reg J 17:244-7 Ja '42 

Twelfth annual report, enrolments m and 
degrees conferred by member institutions 
for the year 1940-1041; comp. by F. L. 
Kerr. 43p pa '41 The as.sn. S. W. Canada, 
treas, Univ. of Mo. Columbia 

Thirteentli annual report: enrolments in and 
degrees conferred by member institutions 
for the year 1041-1942: comp. by F. L. 
Kerr. 43p pa '42 The assn. L. M. Chamber- 
lain, ed, Univ. of Ky, Lexington. Ky. 

Fourteenth annual report, enrollments in and 
degrees conferred by member institutions 
for the year 1942-1943; comp. by F. L. 
Kerr. 41p pa '43 The as-sn, VV. C. Smyser. 
ed, Miami univ, Oxford, Ohio 
AMERICAN association of collegiate schools of 

business 
■ Proceedings of the 22d annual meeting. 
School of business administration. Univer- 
sity of Texas, April lS-20. 1940. 137p pa 
$1.25 '40 The assn. H. V. Olsen. sec, Arjios 
Tuck sch, Dartmouth col, Hanover, N.H. 

Proceedings of the 23d annual meeting. School 
of business administration. University of 
Minnesota. May 1-3. 1941. 136n na $1.25 41 
The assn, H. V. Olsen. sec. Amos Tuck 
sch. Dartmouth col. Hanover. N.H. 
AMERICAN association of commercial colleges 

Meetings 
IB.'il, Chicago 

Eleventh annual bu.siness meeting, December 
29 J Bus Ed 17:41 Ja '42; Summary. Bus 
Ed World 22:539 F '42 
AMERICAN association of junior colleges 

Accreditation requirements for junior col- 
leges; chart, pa 50c '41 The assn. 

Addresses and proceedings of the twenty- 
first annual m'jeting. Chicago, February 27- 
March 1, 1941. maps Jun Col J 11:483-629 
ilv '41 

Addresses and proceedings of the twenty- 
second annual meeting, Baltimore, January 
2-3 1942 bibliog map Jun Col J 12:369-431 
Mr' '42 

Annual report of executive secretary for the 
year 1940. W. C. Eells. bibliog maps Jun 
Col J 11:498-510 My '41 

Annual report of executive secretary for the 
year 1941 W. C. Eells. bibliog Jun Col J 
12:378-84 Mr '42 .„. 

Annual report of executive secretary. W. 
C. Eells. Jun Col J 13:439-46 My '43 

Annual report of executive secretary. W. C 
Eells. Jun Col J 14:345-55 Ap '44 

Junior colleges in 1941-1942. J. C. Miller. 
Jun Col J 12:3-4 S '41 

Minutes and committee reports. T. H. Wil- 
son. Jun Col J 14:380-98 Ap '44 

Proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual 
meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio. January 11-13, 
1944. Jun Col J 14:337-98 Ap '44 

Renewal of faith; editorial. R. G. Cox. Jun 
Col J 14:289-91 Mr '44 , „„ 

Report. J. P. Bogue. Assn Am Col Bui 30: 
19-20 Mr '44 

Report on terminal education in junior col- 
leges; second annual report. SOp 25c '42 
The assn. 

Report on terminal education In junior col- 
leges with special emphasis on an expla- 
nation of the continuation study. 1941-44; 
prepared by the administrative committee 
and the coordinating committee of the 
American association of junior colleges and 
the commission on junior college terminal 
education, map Jun Col J 11:587-629 My '41 



Meetings 

19il. Chicago 
Program. Jun Col J 11:486-91 My 41 

JOii, Baltimore 
Junior colleges in an all-out war program. 

Sch & Soc 55:3S Ja 10 '42 
Minutes and other reports, map Jun Col J 

12:427-31 Mr '42 
Program. Jun Col J 12:372-3 Mr '42 
Welcome to Baltimore in wartime. T. H. 

Wilson. Jun Col J 12:374-5 Mr '42 

19iS, St Louis 

Emergency wartime meeting, St Louis, Feb- 
ruary 23-24, 1943. Jun Col J 13:238 Ja '43 

1943 meeting. St Louis, March 4-6, 1943; 
announcement. Chicago Sch J 24:36 S '42 

Twenty-third annual meeting, March 4-6, 
1943; announcement. Tex Outl 26:7 Ag '42 

19H, Cincinnati 
Program of the twenty-fourth annual meet- 
ing, Cincinnati, Ohio, January 11-13, 1944. 
Jun Col J 14:338-0 Ap '44 

Commission on terminal education 
Junior college study on terminal education. 

L. L. Medsker. Occupations 20:232-3 D "41 
Terminal education; report. L. L. Medsker. 

Jun Col J 14:388-02 Ap '44 

Committee on aviation 
Report. G. I. Altenburg, chairman. Jun Col J 

12:386-8 Mr '42 

Committee on education for family life 
Report, H. H. Tracy, chairman. Jun Col J 

12:401-5 Mr '42 
Report, H. H. Tracy, chairman. Jun Col J 

13:449-50 My '43 

Committee on health education 
Health education; report, I. L. Sinclair, 

chairman. Jun Col J 14:392-3 Ap '44 
Report, 1. L. Sinclair, chairman. Jun Col 

J 13:450-2 My '43 

Committee on Junior college 
adult education 
Report. J. Haoknian, chairman. Jun Col J 
13:447-8 My '43 

Committee on national defense 
Report, B. S. HoUinshead, chairman. Jun 
Col J 12:385 Mr '42 

Committee on postwar plans 
Final report. Calif Sch 15:81-3 Mr '44; Same. 

Ed Vic 2:16-17 Mr 20 '44; Jun Col J 14:366-8 

Ap '44 
Postwar planning for the junior college. J. 

L. Lounsbury. Calif J Sec Ed 19:188-90 Ap 

•44 

Committee on preparation of instructors 
Report. D. B. Pugh, chairman. Jun Col J 

12:406-7 Mr '42 

Committee on psychology 
Report. L. Omwake, chairman. Jun Col J 
12:408-0 Mr '42 

Committee on speech education 
Report. R. P. Kroggel, chairman. Jun Col 3 

12:410-17 Mr '42 
Speech education: report, R. P. Kroggel, 

chairman. Jun Col J 14:303-5 Ap '44 

Committee on the teaching 
of philosophy 
Teaching of philosophy; O. F. Myers, chair- 
man. Jun Col J 14:395-6 Ap '44 

Committee on vxomen in college 
and defense 
Report, M. D. Robey, chairman. Jun Col J 
12:417-18 Mr '42 
AMERICAN association of motor vehicle ad- 
ministrators 
State olilcial guidebook for traffic safety ed- 
ucation. 13Sp il map pa '42 Nat. conserva- 
tion bur. 
AMERICAN association of physics teachers 
Abstracts of contributed papers — twelfth an- 
nual meeting. Am J Physics 11:46-8 F '43 



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55 



AMERICAN association of physics teachers- 
Continued 
Meeting at the Pennsylvania state college, 

June 25-26, 1942. Am J Physics 10:209 Ag 

'42 
Proceedings, Dallas meeting. December 29-30, 

1941. Am J Physics 10:57-9 F '42 
Proceedings, Pasadena meeting, June 17, 

1941. Am J Physics 9:245-6 Ag '41 
Proceedings, Princeton meeting, December 

29-30, 1941. Am J Physics 10:53-7 F '42 
Proceedings, the New York meeting, January 

13-15, 1944. Am J Physics 12:110-14 Ap '44 
Readjustments of physics teaching to the 

needs of wartime; a report prepared for the 

U.S. Office of education. Am J Physics 10: 

266-S O '42 
Report of the seeretars^ T. D. Cope. Am J 

Physics 10:124 Ap '42 
Twelfth annual meeting. New York city, 

January 21-23, 1943. Am J Physics 11:112-14 

Ap "43 

Committee on the teaching of physics in 
secondary schools 

Report of the committee. K. Lark-Horovitz. 
Am J Physics 10:60-1 F '42 
AMERICAN association of school administra- 
tors 

Acceptance of the yearbook. W. McClure. 
(In American association of school admin- 
istrators. OtticiaJ report. 1942, D 145-7) 

Activities of public schools in the war effort. 
(Ed. res. service. Cir. nb 1 1943) bibliog 
35p pa 50c '43 The assn. 

A.A.S.A. plans postwar educational services; 
successful conferences in five cities. Am 
Sch Bd J 10S:46-S Mr '44 

Announcement of wartime conferences. EI 
Sch J 44:325 F '44; Same. Sch R 52:76 F 
'44 

Atlanta conference, February 15-17. Sch & 
Soc 59:107-S F 12 '44 

Basic salary schedules for principals in 
regular day schools and special schools in 
101 school systems in cities 30.000 to 
100,000 in population, 1942-43. (Ed. res. 
service. Circ. no 1 1944) 34p bibliog f pa 
50c '44 The assn. 

Basic salary schedules for principals in reg- 
ular day schools and special schools in 70 
school systems in cities over 100,000 in 
population, 1942-43. (Ed. res. service. Circ. 
noS 1943) 37p pa 50c '43 The assn. 

Conference. Chicago, February 28-March 1. 
Sch & Soc 59:151 F 26 '44 

Convention never held. B. M. Farley. Sch & 
Soc 57:549-54 Mv 15 '43 

Convention of the air, March 17-28, 1943. (In 
American association of school admin- 
istrators. Offlcial report, 1943. p 169-71) 

Education in lay magazines, June 1. 1941. 
(Ed. res. service. Cir. no6 1941) 21p pa 
25c '41 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. October 1, 1941. 
(Ed. res. service. Cir. noS 1941) 22p pa 
*41 The assn. 

Education in lav magazines, December 1, 

1941. (Ed. res. service. Cir. no 12 1941) 
IGp pa '41 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. February 1, 

1942. (Ed. res. service. Cir. no2 1942) 16p 
pa '42 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines. April 1, 1942. 

(Ed. res. service. Cir. no4 1942) 21p pa '42 

The assn. 
Education in lay magazines, June 1, 1942. 

(Ed. res. service. Cir. no7 1942) 12p pa '42 

The assn. 
Education in lay magazines, October 1, 1942. 

(Ed. res. service. Cir. no 10 1942) 19p pa 

'42 The assn. 
Education in lay magazines, March 1, 1943. 

(Ed. res. service. Cir. no3 1943) 28p pa 

'43 The assn. 
Education in lay magazines, June 1, 1943. 

(Ed. res. service. Cir. no5 1943) 31p pa '43 

The assn. 
Education in lay magazines, September 1, 

1943. (Ed. res. service. Circ. no6 1943) 28p 
pa '43 The assn. 

Education in lay magazines, December 1, 

1943. (Ed. res. seri'ice. Circ. no9 1943) 27p 

pa 25c '43 The assn. 
Education in lay magazines, March 1, 1944. 

(Ed. res. service. Circ. no2 1944) 24p pa 

'44 The assn. 



Educational program for sale of saving 
stamps and bonds, 1942-1943; teachers' 
handbook, grades one througli twelve, rural 
and city schools. Outagamie county, Wis- 
consin [mimeographed] 63p bibliog diags 
pa '42 The assn. 

First regional conference of the AASA, Seat- 
Ue, January 10-12. Sch & Soc 58:452 D 11 
•43 

Group of elementary supervisors meet m 
Chicago. Ed Vic 2:16 Ap 3 '44 

• Health m schools; twentieth yearbook. o44p 

bibliog 11 $2 '42 The assn. 

Heard at the A.A.S.A. Am Sch Bd J 108:55- 
6-1- Ap '44 

High-school commencement activities. (Ed. 
i-es. service. Cir. no3 1942) 25p pa 50c '42 
The assn. 

Historical note. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:217 

In lieu of St Louis, il Sch Executive 62:19-28 
Mr '43 

Leaves of absence regulations for city school 
teachers. (Ed. res. service. Cir. noS 1942) 
30p pa 50c '42 The assn. 

Morale for a free world: America and not 
America only; twenty-second yearbook. 
461p 11 $2 '44 The assn; Excerpts. Ed 
Digest 9:1-5 My '44 

Morale for a free world; 1944 yearbook. Nat 
Ed Assn J 33:17 Ja '44 

New York city regional conference. Sch & 
Soc 59:132-3 F 19 '44 

New York conference. Nation's Sch 33:29-32 
Mr '44 

New York conference of school administra- 
tors. J. E. Cummings. Cath Ed R 42:234-8 
Ap '44 

1942 summer school programs in public school 
systems. (Ed. res. service. Cir. no6 1942) 
15p pa oOc '12 The assn. 

Officers, 1942-43, historical note and secre- 
tary's minutes, San Francisco, Calif, Feb- 
ruary 21, 1942. Nat Ed Assn I'roc 1942: 
166-70 

• Official report of the convention never held; 

seventy-third annual convention scheduled 
at St Louis, Missouri, February 26-March 
2, 1943, canceled at the request of the 
Office of defense transportation. 224p il pa 
$1 '43 The assn. 

• Official report, San Francisco convention, 

February 21-26, 1942. 312d il pa $1 "42 The 
assn. 

People's schools in war and peace; wartime 
conferences on education. Nat Ed Assn J 
32:275 D '43 

Presentation of the yearbook. Health in 
schools. J. L. Bracken. (In American as- 
sociation of school administrators. Official 
report, 1342. p 142-4) 

Program for A.A.S.A. meetings. Sch Execu- 
tive 63:42 F '44 

Promotional procedures affecting teachers and 
appraisal of teachers' service. (Ed. res. 
service. Cir. no 11 1942) ISp pa 50c '42 
The assn. 

Questionnaire studies completed — bibliography 
no. 12, 1940-41. (Ed. res. service. Cir. no9 

1941) 12p pa '41 The assn. 
Questionnaire studies completed — bibliography 

no. 13, 1941-42. i^Ed. res. service. Cir. no9 

1942) 12p pa 25c '42 The assn. 
Questionnaire studies completed — bibliog- 

raohy no. 14, 1042-43. (Ed. res. service. 
Circ. no7 1943) lip pa 25c '43 The assn. 

Regional conference, Kansas Citv, Missouri; 
jMarch 8-10. Sch & Com 30:58-9 F '44 

Reg-ional meetings of the A.A.S.A. W. D. 
Cocking. Sch Executive 63:42-3 Ap '44 

Resolutions. Tex Out! 26:31 Ap '42; Same 
cond. Ed Vic 1:1-2 Mr 16 '42; Nat Kd Assn 
J 31:102 Ap '42 

St Louis bv proxy; unconventional proceed- 
ings of the A.A.S.A. Nation's Sch 31:33-40 
Mr '43 

Salaries of employees engaged in operation 
and maintenance of buildings in 155 school 
systenis in cities above 30.000 in popula- 
tion, 1042-43. (Ed. res. service. Circ. no 10 

1943) 47p pa 50c '43 The assn. 

School expense compared with combined city 

and school expense, 1938. (Ed. res. service. 

Cir. no5 1941) 5p pa '41 The assn. 
School expense compared with combined city 

and school expense, 1939. (Ed. res. service. 

Cir. no 1 1942) 5p pa '42 The assn. 
School expense compared with combined city 

and school expen.^e, 1940. (Ed. res. service. 

Cir. no 12 1942) 5p pa '42 The assn. 



56 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



AMERICAN association of school administra- 
tors — Cuntiiiued 
Schools and manpower. D, S. Morgan. Na- 
tion's Sch 31:32 Mr '43 
Schools and manpower — today and tomorrow. 

D. S. Morgan. (In American association of 
school administrator.s. Ofllclal report, 1943. 
p9-12); Same. Tex Outl 27:5-0 Ag '43 

Scliools and manpower — today and tomorrow: 
iwenty-llrst yearbook. 44Sp bibliog 11 J2 '43 
The assn; Excerpts. Ed Digest 8:17-21 My 
•43 

Seattle conference sets pattern for regional 
A.A.S.A. meetings. Nations Sch 33:28-32 F 
•44 

Selection and appointment of new teachers. 
(Ed. res. service. Cir. no5 1942) 37p pa 50c 
•42 The assn. 

Size of class in 150 public school systems In 
cities 30,000 to 100,000 in population. (Ed. 
res. service. Cir. no 10 1941) 38p pa 60c 
'41 The assn. 

Size of class In public schools In 60 cities 
over 100,000 in population. (Ed. res. service. 
Cir. no7 1941) 27p pa 50c '41 The assn. 

Size of class in 63 public school systems in 
cities below 30,000 in population. (Ed. res. 
service. Cir. no 11 1941) 23p pa 50c '41 
The assn. 

Supplement to report on Military leaves of 
absence for teachers [mimeographed] (Ed. 
res. service) 5p pa '41 The assn. 

Teachers' salary schedules in 185 school sys- 
tems in cities 30,000 to 100,000 in popula- 
tion, 1942-43. (Ed. res. service. Cir. no4 
1943) 55p pa 50c '43 The assn. 

Teachers' salary schedules in 74 school sys- 
tems in cities over 100,000 in population, 
1942-43. (Ed. res. service. Cir. no2 1943) 
35p bibliog pa 50c '43 The assn. 

U.S. chamber of commerce and the AASA 
to formulate a program. Sch & Soc 54:136 
Ag 30 '41 

Wartime conferences. Sch Executive 63:35 N 
'43 
<See also 

Educational policies National education 
commission association — Re- 

search division 
Meetings 
I9il, Atlantic City 

American educators reflect American opinion. 

E. A. Hardy. Sch (Sec ed) 29:799-800 My 
'41 

IBiSj San Francisco 
Administrators formulate their mid-winter 

program; 72d annual convention, Feljruary 

21-26. Sch & Soc 54:611-12 D 27 '41; Same. 

Sch Life 27:155 F ^42 
Administrators off to San Francisco. W. H. 

Pillsbury. J Ed 125:41-2 F ^42 
A.A.S.A. convention keynotes. Sch Executive 

61:19-27-1- Ur '42 
A.A.S.A. urges total war service of educa- 
tion. Am Sch Ed J 104:504- Ad '42 
Annual meeting, February 21-26. Calif Sch 

12:243 D ^41 
Annual meeting, February 21-26. Sch & Soc 

53:751 Je 14 '41 
Convention news. Nation's Sch 29:33-46 Mr '42 
Convention postview. R. W. Cloud. Sierra Ed 

News 38:7-9 Mr '42 
Convention program. Nation's Sch 29:27 F 

'42 
Education for a free people. Nat Ed Assn J 

31:8-9 Ja '42 
Education for a free people. B. M. Farley. J 

Ed 125:111-12 Ap '42 
General program. (In American association of 

school administrators. Official report, 1942. 

P287-310) 
How adequate was San Francisco? I. J. 

Quillen. Front Democ 8:207-1- Ad '42 
San Francisco convention. Pa Sell J 90:280-1 

Ap '42 
San Francisco convention, February 22-26; 

tentative general sessions program. Nat 

Ed Assn J 31:52-3 F '42 
Seventy-second annual convention. 11 Nat Ed 

Assn J 31:101 Ap ^42 
72d annual convention. Sch & Soc 55:120-1 

Ja 31 ^42 
72d annual convention, February 21-26 B 

M. Farley. Sch & Soc 55:2M-8 Mr 14 '42 
Seventy-second annual convention, February 

21-26; tentative program outline. Pa Sch 

J 90:111 D '41 



Summary of the convention, San Francisco— 
1942; education for a free people. 32p pa 
10c '42 The assn. 

19tS, St Louis 

No meeting of the AASA at St Louis — 'tis 
the war. Sch & Soc 57:149 F 6 '43 

Preliminary program for the St Louis meet- 
ing. Sch & Soc 57:94-5 Ja 23 '43 

St Louis convention cancelled. S. D. Shank- 
land. Nat Ed Assn J 32:78 Mr '43 

St Louis program, February 26- March 2, 
1943. Nat Ed Assn J 31:265 D ^42 

Schools' role in the war; tentative program 
for the seventy-third annual convention, 
St Louis, February 26 -March 2. il Nat E4I 
A.ssn J 32:20-1 Ja '43 

Tentative general sessions program. Nat Ed 
Assn J 32:52-3 F '43; Same. Nation's Sch 
31:41 F '43 

Conference committee 
Vocational training in wartime: a handbook 
outlining Joint action by educators and 
business men to expedite Job training es- 
sential to war production. 35d oa '42 The 
assn. 

AMERICAN association of schools of social 

work 
Annual meeting, 1942. Pittsburgh. Social 

Service Review 16:133-4 Mr '42 
Social welfare and higher learning. A. P. 

Miles. J Higher Ed 14:183-8 Ap '43 

Study committee 
Education for the public social services; re- 
port. 324p bibliog f $3 '42 Univ. of N.C. 
press 

AMERICAN association of teachers colleges 
AATC addresses a resolution to the AAU on 

teacher-education. Sch & Soc 58:420 N 27 

•43 
Historical note. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:306 
Interim report. C. W. Hunt. Sch & Soc 57: 

415 Ap 10 ^43 
List of accredited institutions — 1941-42. (In 

American association of teachers colleges. 

Twentieth yearbook. 1941. p 157-62); Same. 

Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:341-5 
List of accredited institutions — 1942-43. (In 

American association of teachers colleges. 

Twenty-flrst yearbook, 1942. p 103-8) 
List of accredited institutions — 1943-44. (In 

American association of teachers colleges. 

Twenty-second yearbook, 1943. p 143-8) 
Message from one of the founders. H. C. 

Minnich. (In American association of teach- 
ers colleges. Twentieth yearbook, 1941. p52- 

4); Same. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:328-30 
Officers and committees. 1942-43, and reports 

of committees. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1942: 

205-13 
Regional meetings. Sch & Soc 59:84 F 5 ^44 
Report of the president. R. L. West. (In 

American association of teachers colleges. 

Twenty-second yearbook, 1943. p5-14) 
Study to improve post-war living conditions. 

Ed Vic 1:10 Je 1 ^43 
• Twentieth — twentv-second yearbooks, 1941- 

1943. 3v 171;lll;148p pa ea Jl •41-'43 The 

assn, C. W. Hunt, sec. State normal sch, 

Oneonta. N.Y. 
Twenty- five years of the American associa- 
tion of teachers colleges. C. W. Hunt. (In 

American association of teachers colleges. 

Twentieth yearbook, 1941. p47-51); Same. 

Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:324-8 
Sre also 
School for executives 

Meetings 
19il, Atlantic City 
Minutes of the twenty-flfth annual meeting, 
February 21-22, 1941. (In American asso- 
ciation of teachers colleges. Twentieth year- 
book, 1941. p 140-56) 
25th meeting. Teach Ed J 3:37 Je '41 

]9il, San Francisco 
Meeting, February 20-21. Sch & Soc 55:121 
Ja 31 '42 

Minutes of the twenty-sixth annual meeting, 
February 20-21, 1942. (In American sissocia- 
tion of teachers colleges. Twenty-flrst year- 
book, 1942. P89-95) 



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57 



AMERICAN association of teachers colleges — 
Meetings — Continued 

19 iS, Cleveland 
Minutes of the meeting: of the executive com- 
mittee. February 27-28. 1943. (In American 
association of teachers colleges. Twenty- 
second yearbook. 1943. p 131-5) 

Committee on standards and surveys 
Report. (In American association of teachers 

colleges. Twenty-flrst yearbook. 1942. p63-8) 
Report. (In American association of teachers 

colleges. Twenty-second yearbook, 1943. 

P48-55) 

Subcommittee on student personnel 
Student personnel program, special report, 
bibliog (In American association of teach- 
ers colleges. Twentieth yearbook, 1941. 
p 124-39) 

Subcotnmittee on teachers 
college libraries 
Organization and administration of teachers 
college libraries. (In American association 
of teachers colleges. Twenty-second year- 
book. 1943. P57-103) 
AMERICAN association of teachers of French 
American association of teachers of PYench: 
national information bureau. H. G. Doyle. 
Hispania 25:452 D '42 
Message to all teachers of French. S. A. 

FYeeman. French R 15:60-4 O '41 
Report of the scholarship committee. French 

R 15:356-8 F '42 
Tour A.A.T.F. information bureau, an appeal 
for cooperation. D. P. Girard. French R 15: 
427-8 Mr '42 

Meetings 
19^1, Indianapolis 
Minutes of the annual meeting, December 
28-29. J. B. Tharp. French R 15:358-62 F 
•42 

AMERICAN association of teachers of Spanish 
A.A.T.S. and Hispania celebrate an anniver- 

sar>-: congratulations on our silver jubilee 

year. Hispania 25:8-18 F '42 
Annual meeting for 1943 cancelled. Hispania 

26:319-20 O '43 
Haec olim meminisse ... a message from 

the first president of the A.A.T.S. L. A. 

Wilkins. Hispania 25:5-7 F '42 
Minutes of the executive council meeting. 

G. S. DeLand. Hispania 26:6-8 F "43 
Our association today. S. L,. Pitcher. His- 
pania 27:34-9 F '44 
President's address: our association todav. 

S. L. Pitcher. Hispania 26:14-20 F '43 
President's address; the A.A.T.S. past and 

future. W. K. Jones. Hispania 25:30-4 F 

'42 

Meetings 
19.11, St Louis 

Program of the twenty-fifth annual meeting, 
December 26-27. Hispania 24:459-60 D '41 

Twenty-fifth annual meeting. Hispania 25' 
1-37 F '42 

Twenty-fifth annual meeting. December 26- 
27. G. B. Colburn. Hispania 25:23-8 F "42 
AMERICAN association of university presses 

Annual meeting. New York, January 28. Pub- 
lishers' Weekly 145:685-7 F 5 '44 
AMERICAN association of university professors 

Academic freedom and tenure; statement of 
principles, 1940: formulated by joint con- 
ferences with the commission on academic 
freedom and tenure of the Association of 
American colleges. Am Assn Univ Prof Bui 
28:84-90 F '42; Same. Am Assn Univ Prof 
Bui 29:75-81 F '43; Same. Am Assn Univ 
Prof Bui 30:101-7 F '44 

Academic freedom: 1915 declaration of prin- 
ciples. Am Assn Univ Prof B 29:82-101 F 
'43 

Association's new headquarters, il Am Assn 
Univ Prof B 27:425-6 O '41 

Censured administrations. Am Assn Univ 
Prof Bui 28:91, 172, 408, 556, 661; 29:102. 
312, 446, 549, 719; 30:108 F '42-F '44 

Committees for 1942. Am Assn Univ Prof B 
28:128-34 F '42 

Confession of faith. W. Jaft6. Am Assn Univ 
Prof B 27:538-41 D '41 

Constitution. Am Assn Univ Prof Bui 30: 
112-22 P '44 



Council record, sessions, December 27 and 
29, 1941. R. E. Himstead. Am Assn Univ 
Prof B 28:409-19 Je '42 

Membership. Am Assn Univ Prof B 27: 
406-14, 518-24: 28:557-61, 707-11; 29:313-21. 
447-54, 598-603, 720-6; 30:145-53 Je-O '41, 
O-D '42, Ap •43-F '44 

Presidency of the Association. R. E. Him- 
stead. Am Assn Univ Prof B 25:5-7 F '42 

Report of the nominating committee. Am 
Assn Univ Prof B 27:453-8 O '41 

Report of the 1942 nominating committee. 
Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:510-16 O '42 

Special significance of Association member- 
ship in wartime. W. T. Laprade and R. E. 
Himstead. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:552-5 O 
'42 

United, we stand. B. H. Dow. Am Assn Univ 
Prof B 28:646-51 D '42 

Meetings 
19^1, Chicago 
Twenty-eighth annual meeting, December 27- 

28. Am Assn Univ Prof B 27:533-7 D '41 
Twenty-eighth annual meeting, December 

27-28. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:8-16 F '42 
28th annual meeting. December 27-28. Sch 
& Soc 54:583-4 D 20 '41 

19 ii, Cleveland 
Cancellation of 1942 annual meeting. W. T. 

Laprade. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:696-9 

D '42 
Twenty-ninth annual meeting. December 28- 

29, 1942. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:505-6 
O '42 

Committee on academic freedom 
and tenure 

Academic freedom and tenure; State teach- 
ers college, Murfreeshoro, Tenn. Am Assn 
Univ Prof B 28:662-77 D '42 

Academic freedom and tenure; annu^ report 
of committee A; W. T. L,aprade. chair- 
man. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:68-83 F '42 

Academic freedom and tenure; annual report 
of committee A; E. C. Kirkland, chairman. 
Am Assn Univ Prof B 29:61-74 F '43 

Academic freedom and tenure; annual report 
of committee A for 1943; E. C. Kirkland. 
chairman. Am Assn Univ Prof Bui 30:13- 
28 F '44 

Academic freedom and tenure; Memphis state 
college. Am Assn Univ Prof Bui 29:550- 
80 O '43 

Academic freedom and tenure: the University 
of Kansas City. Am Assn Univ Prof B 
27:478-93 O '41 

Adelphi college. Am Assn Univ Prof B 27: 
494-517 O '41 

Committee on organization and conduct 
of local chapters 
Organization and conduct of chapters; re- 
port of committee E; F. J. Tschan, chair- 
man. Am Assn Univ Prof B 29:103-16 F 
'43 

Committee on organization 
and policy 
Organization and policy; report of committee 

O. Am Assn Univ Prof B 27:459-65 O '41 
Organization and policy; report of committee 

O for 1942. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:517-24 

O '42 
AMERICAN association of university women 
AAUW achievement award presented to 

Florence Seibert, April 13, 1943. H. C. 

White. Am Assn Univ Women J 36:258-9 

Je '43 
AAUW branch meetings. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 36:215 Je '43 
AAUW community projects to strengthen the 

home front. Am Assn Univ Women J 36: 

241-8 Je '43 
AAUW fellows and defense. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 35:92-100 Ja '42 
AAUW program in wartime; symposium. Am 

Assn Univ Women J 35:74-89 Ja '42 
AAUW recommends drafting women for the 

armed forces. Sch & Soc 59:244 Ap 8 '44 
A.A.U.W. service for national security. F. 

V. Speek. Am Assn Univ Women J 36: 

27-31 O '41 
AAUW wartime service. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 35:148-57 Ap '42 



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AMERICAN association of university women — 

Continued 

As it looks from here; lieadquarlei'S view 

of our wartime program. Am Assn Unlv 

Women J 3(5:15-22 O '12 

Basis for AjS-UW mcmberslilp; tlie pliilosopiiy 

of tile requirement of general studies. K. 
!■;. Gilbert. Am Assn Univ Women J 3C: 

251-7 .)e '43 
Biennial record. 11133-41. map Am Assn Unlv 

Women J 34:253-75 Je '41 
Boards of education of Connecticut, a study 

by the American association of university 

women. Connecticut. Department of edu- 
cation. (Bui. no 10 1341) 48p ii '41 The dept, 

Hartford 
Challenge and an opportunity. H. C. White. 

Am Assn Univ Women J 3C:1D9-201 Je '43 
Check list of wartime service for AAUW 

branches. Am Assn Univ Women J 35:90-1 

Ja '42 
Conference in WasliinKton, September 12-16. 

Sch & Soc 58:323-4 O 23 ■ Vi 
<''risis in education; new wartime respon- 
sibilities. H. A. Houdlette. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 3C:179-S0 Ap '43 
Fellowship awards, 1M2-43. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 35:lSU-3 Ap "42 
Fellowship awards for 1943-44. Am Assn 

t'niv Women J 36:260-2 Je '43 
Fellowship program: a review of progress, 

1927-1941. Am Assn Univ Wbmen J 35: 

37-40 O '41 
Fellowships offered, 1942-43. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 35:52 O '41 
Fellowships offered. 1943-44. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 36:52 O '42 
Fellowships offered. 1944-45. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 37:3S O '43 
From study to action: a review* of twelve 

.vears. Am Assn Univ Women J 37:142-8 

Ap '44 
How AAUW fellows are chosen. A. M. D. 

Link. Am Assn Univ Women J 35:177-9 Ap 

■42 
Influencing public policy. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 36:249-50 Je '43 
ilajor achievements, 1941-43. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 36:202-8 Je '43 
More news of AAUW fellows. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 35:222-4 Je '42 
Nothing to fear — much to do; symposium. 

Am Assn Univ Women J 35:67-73 Ja '42 
Our anchorage in time of crisis; welfare 

services for civilian strength. E. M. Burns. 

Am Assn Univ Women J 34:208-10 Je '41 
Our meetings can help to secure the peace. 

Am Assn Univ Women J 36:224-31 Je '43 
Our meetings can help to win the war. Am 

Assn Univ Women J 36:216-23 Je '43 
Our opportunity today; addresses by the 

president and past presidents of the Ameri- 
can association of university women. Am 

Assn Univ Women J 35:3-12 O '41 
Report of activities, 1941-43. M. C. Hermes. 

Am Assn Univ Women J 37:179-83 Ap '44 
Report of the president to the national con- 
vention. M. S. Morriss. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 34:201-4 Je '41 
Reports of national committees. Am Assn 

Univ Women J 34:232-52 Je '41 
Selecting AAUW fellows for 1943-44; prob- 
lems and policies in a war year. A. M. D. 

Link. Am Assn Univ Women J 36:171-3 -'\.p 

'43 
Ta.=k ahead. Am Assn Univ Women J 36:213- 

14 Je '43 
University women in war and peace. H. C. 

White. Am Assn Univ Women J 37:67-71 

Ja '44 
■War crisis; what we can do through AAUW. 

Am Assn Univ Women J 36:209-12 Je "43 
War work of AAUW fellows; from physicists 

to poets, womf^n scholars are contributing 

to the war effort. R. W. Trvon Am Assn 

Univ Women J 36:77-81 Ja ''43 
What the A.A.U.W. has meant to the 

I.F.U.W. V. C. Gildersleeve. Am Assn 

Univ Women J 35:13-15 O '41 
AVhat the branrhes are doing. See numbers 

of American association of university 

women Journal through October 1943 
Will. mind, and art in war. L. Beam. Am 

Assn Univ Women J 35:145-7 Ap '42 
See also 
Conference of rep- 
resentatives of war 

industries and 

women's colleges 



Meetings 
lOU, Cincinnati 
Association votes; action taken by the 1941 
national convention. Am Assn Unlv Women 
J 34:217-27 Je '41 
Need of a stronger faith In democracy. Sch 
>*t Soc 53:660-1 My 24 '41 

ia.',3 
1913 convention canceled. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 36:66 Ju '43 
AMERICAN association on mental deTiciency 
Association. H. F. Hill. Train Sch B 40:29- 

35 Ap '43 
AMERICAN association to promote the teach- 
ing of speech to the deaf 
Annual Association meeting, Philadelphia, 

September 25, 1942. E. A. Gruver. Volta, R 

44:436 Ag '42 
Association in war time; report to the board 

of directors. B. A. Gruver. Volta R 45:133- 

4-1- Mr '43 
Association meeting in Philadelphia. Volta 

R 46:200 Ap '44 
Constitution and by-laws. Volta R 45:396-8-t- 

Jl '43 
New members of the A.ssociation board. Volta 

R 44:273-4 My '42 
Summer meeting, 1942; announcement. Volta 

R 43:580 O '41 
Tentative program; fifty-second summer 

meeting. New York city, June 22-27, 1942. 

Volta R 44:266-71 My '42 

Committee on pre-school work 
Nursery schools for deaf children; an Asso- 
ciation committee report. Volta R 44:681-3-f- 
D '42 

Committee on speech 
Speech teaching in schools for the deaf; an 
Association committee report. Volta R 45: 
7-11-1- Ja '43 

Committee on speech reading 
Speech reading in schools for the deaf; re- 
port. Volta R 44:614-174- N '42 

Committee on the use of hearing 

Use of hearing: residual hearing, bibliog 
Volta R 44:554-6-f O '42 

Committee on the use of 
professional literature 
Bibliography for teachers of the deaf. Volta 
R 46:17-20, S5-6+ Ja-F '44 
AMERICAN automobile association 

Driver education and training manual for 
high school teachers. 136p il pa '40 The 
assn, Pennsylvania av. at 17th st, Washing- 
ton. D.C. 

Safety and traffic engineering 
department 
School bus patrols; student participation In 
the .safe operation of school buses. 6p pa 
'42 The assn. Pennsylvania av. at 17th st, 
Washington, D.C. 
Training new drivers; an explanation of a 
course in sportsmanlike driving for your 
high school. 2d rev ed 16p il pa '40 The 
assn, Pennsylvania av. at 17th st, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 
AMERICAN bankers association 

Savings division 
School savings banking, school year, 1940- 
41; 22d annual report on systems through- 
out the United States with honor roll and 
compai-ative statistics. 22p 25c '41 The assn, 
22 E 40th st, N.Y. 
AMERICAN Catholic philosophical association 
Proceedings: sixteenth annual meeting held 
at Detroit, Dec. 30-31, 1940; theme: the 
problem of liberty: C. A. Hart. ed. (V 16) 
29ip pa $1.50 '41 The assn. Catholic univ. 
of Am, box 176. Washington, D.C. 
AMERICAN chemical society 

Committee on the professional 
training of chemists 
Progress report. Science 94:509-10 N 28 "41 
AMERICAN civil liberties union 
Liberty and learning. D. E. Bunting. J2.50: 
pa S2 '42 Am. council on public affairs, 
2153 Florida av, Washington, D.C. 



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59 



AMERICAN civil liberties union — Continued 
Committee on academic freedom 
What freedom for American students'.' a 
survey o£ the practices affecting student 
activities and expression. 4Sp pa 10c Ml 
The union, 170 5th av. N.T. 

AMERICAN civilization. See Latin America- 
Civilization; United States — Civilization 

AMERICAN classical league 
Twenty- third annual meeting. Boston, June 
30-July 2, 1941. Sch & Soc 53:769 Je 21 '41 
21th annual meeting. Denver, June 2a-July 1, 
1912. Sch & Soc 55:690 Je 20 '42 

AMERICAN college, Teheran. See Alborz col- 
lege of Teheran 

AMERICAN college personnel association 
Critical review and analysis of the papers and 
reports in Uie annual proceedings of the 
Association, bibliog f (In American college 
personnel association. Report of the eight- 
eenth annual meeting, 1941. p 125-64) 

• Report of the eighteentli annual meeting, At- 
lantic City, February 18-22, 1941; ed. by 
G. G. Schneidler. 20Sp pa '41 The assn. 
D. D. Feder, sec, Univ. of 111, Urbana 

Meetings 

1S.')2, San Francisco 

Program for 1942. Occupations 20:355-6 F '42 
AMERICAN college publicity association 

Publicity problems; ed. by S. Harral; twenty- 
tirst annual conference, Des Jloines, Iowa, 
April 24-27, 1940; auspices of Drake uni- 
versity. lS2p pa $3 '40 The assn, S. Harral, 
Univ. of Oltla, Norman 

Publicity problems; proceedings of the 
twenty-fourth annual conference, held 
August 10-13, 1941, in Berkeley. California, 
under the auspices of the University of 
California; ed. by J. F. Sembower. 134p 
pa $3 "42 The assn, J. F. Sembower. Indi- 
ana state teacliers col. Terre Haute 

Publicity problems; proceedings of the 
twenty- fifth annual conference. May 6-9, 
1942. Columbus. Ohio, under the auspices of 
Ohio state university; ed. by K. W. Given. 
124p pa $3 '42 The assn. K. W. Given, Park 
col, Parkville. Mo. 
AMERICAN colleges. See Colleges and univer- 
sities — United States 
AMERICAN committee for democracy and in- 
tellectual freedom 

How to evaluate a textbook; abstract. Na- 
tion's Sch 27:66 Je '41 

President Gideonso challenges the Committee 
for democracy and intellectual freedom. 
Sch & Soc 54:348 O 25 '41 

Reply to President Gideonse's charges. N. H. 
Dearborn. Sch & Soc 54:417-18 N 8 "41 

Rejoinder to Dean Dearborn. H. D. Gideonse. 
Sch & Soc 55:74-5 Ja 17 '42 

Text books of Harold liugg; an analysis, by 
G. H. Sabine and others. 28p gratis "42 
The com, 5U' \V 121st st, N.Y. 
AMERICAN committee for nursing scholar- 
ships 

American committee for nursing scholar- 
ships. American Journal of Nursing 42:176 
F '42 

AMERICAN conference of national committees 
on intellectual cooperation 

Second American conference, Havana, Cuba, 
November 15-22, 1941; report to the Na- 
tional committee of the United States of 
America on international intellectual co- 
operation. E. E. Ware, pa '42 Nat. com. 
of the U.S. of Am. on int. intellectual 
cooperation, 405 W 117th st. N.Y. 
AMERICAN council of learned societies 

Intensive language study. M. Graves. Far 
Eastern Survey 12:63 Mr 22 '43 

Liberal education re-e.xamined; its role in 
a democracy by T. M. Greene and others. 
134p bibliog $2 '43 Harper 

One year of the intensive language program. 
Ed Vic 2:25 Jl 15 '43 

War activity in Oriental languages. M. 
Graves. Inst Int Ed News B 17:5 My '42 
•See also 

Washington inter- 
American training 
center 



AMERICAN council of science teachers. See 

National science teachers association 
AMERICAN council on African education 

Establishment. Inst Int Ed News Bui 19: 
15 My '44 
AMERICAN council on education 

ACE appoints a planning and policy com- 
mittee on war problems. Sch & Soc 56:201 
S 12 '42 

jVmerican council on education. G. T. Bus- 
well. El Sch J 42:333-4 Ja '42 

Council at work: outstanding new projects. 
Ed liec 23:716-28 O 42 

Education for the road back: fourteen ques- 
tions regarding post-war educational pro- 
grams for war service personnel. Sch Ex- 
ecutive 63:36 O '43 

Fifteen months of negotiations. G. F. Zook. 
J Ed Soc 16:562-76 My '43 

History and activities. '42 The council 

Master schedule for accrediting. M. E. Glad- 
felter. Am Assn Col Reg J 17:99-101 O '41 

President Zook reports on the activities of 
the ACE. R. Walters. Sch & Soc 58:94-5 
Ag 7 '43 

President's annual report, 1941. G. F. Zook. 
Ed Rec 22:237-302 Jl '41 

President's annual report. 1942. G. F. Zook. 
Ed Rec 23:321-13! Jl '42 

President's annual report, 1943. G. F. Zook. 
Ed Rec 24:169-275 Jl '43 

Proceedings of the twenty-fifth annual meet- 
ing, Mav 1-2. 1942, Chicago. Ed Rec 23: 
321-C09 Jl '42 

Project of the ACE to promote the study 
of oriental affairs. Sch & Soc 55:525 My 9 
'42 

Report on an informal conference sponsored 
by the American council on education, to 
consider certain aspects of the federal So- 
cial security act with special reference to 
colleges and universities; with discussion. 
W. B. Harrell. (In Central association of 
university and college business officers. 
Minutes of thirty-first meeting. 1941. p43-55) 

Second conference on higher education and 
the war. R. Walters. Sch & Soc 56:84-6 Jl 
25 '42 

Seventh annual report of the president of 
the ACE. Sch & Soc 54:134-6 Ag 30 '41 

Sound educational credit tor military experi- 
ence: a recommended program. 35p pa '43 
The council; Excerpts. Ed Digest 8:8-11 
Ap '43 

Specification for chair desks. (Studies ser. 7. 
Reports of committees of the Council. v6 
no2) 30p 25c '42 The council 

Specification for folding chairs. (Studies 
ser. 7. Reports of committees of the Coun- 
cil. v6 no 1) 3Sp 25c '42 The council 

Statement to the government on the ASTP. 
Sch & Soc 59:165 Mr 4 '44 

Survey sets standards for plumbing installa- 
tions, il Nation's Sch 30:27-9 S '42 

27th annual meeting canceled. Sch & Soc 59: 
260 Ap 15 '44 

Utilization of school sanitary facilities. 
(Studies ser. 7. Reports of committees of 
the Council. v6 no3> 35p 10c '42 The coun- 
cil 
War and the teacher. Ky Sch J 22:7-9 F '44 
See also 

Cooperative study in 
general education 

Meetings 

IdiB, Chicago 
Minutes of the twentv-fifth annual meeting, 

Mav 1-2. G. D. Stoddard. Ed Rec 23:602-9 

Jl '42 
Twenty-fifth annual meeting. May 1-2. Ed 

Rec 23:305-7 Ap '42 
25th annual meeting. May 1-2. R. Walters. 

Sch & Soc 55:535-7 My 9 '42 

19i3, Washington 

Minutes of the twenty-sixth annual meeting. 
May 7. G. D. Stoddard. Ed Rec 24:315-18 
Jl '43 

Twenty-sixth annual meeting. May 7. Ed Rec 
24:89 Ap '43 

Two important announcements as to can- 
celed meetings. Sch & Soc 57:494 My 1 
•43 



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AMERICAN council on education — Continued 
Commission on educational films 
Commission on educational films. W. C. 
Reavls. Sch R 52:26G-7 My 'M 

Commission on teacher education 

Commission on toaclier education. E. S. 

Evenden. Teach Ed J 4;8S-90 S '42 
Contributions of the commission on teacher 

education. H. H. Heyl. N Y State Ed 29: 

18-20+ O -41 
Criteria for teacher education. C. W. Hunt. 

Teach Ed J 4:159-01 Mr '43 
New horizons as revealed by tlie studies of 

the commission on teaclier edunition. K. 

W. Blgelow. N Y State Ed 31:511-13+ Ap 

'44 
Summer workshops. Sch & Soc 57:209 F 20 

•43 
Teacher education: summary of work of 

commission. H. B. Davis. J Ed Res 36:230 

N '42 
Teacher.? for our times; preliminary report. 

178p $2 '44 The council 
Teacher's personal and professional growth. 

K. W. Bigelow. Ed Rec 22:321-33 Jl '41 
This war and the teacher; a statement. Ed 

Vic 1:1-3 Je 15 '42: Same. Va J Ed 3G:9-10 

S '42; Excerpts. El Sch J 43:2-3 S '42 
Twenty-five years of teacher education. E. 

S. Evenden. Ed Rec 24:334-44 O '43 
Workshop advisory service. H. E. Davis. 

Teach Ed J 3:38 Je '41 
See also 
Cooperative study of Council on co-opera- 
teacher education tlon in teacher 
education 
School for executives 

Committee on Asiatic studies 
in American education 
Asiatic studies in American education. H. 

E. Wilson. Progres Ed 19:372-4 N '42 
Asiatic studies in American schools. H. E. 
Wilson. Asia 42:654-7 N '42 

Committee on materials for teachers 
in international relations 
American isolation reconsidered. 208p pa 60c 

'41 The council 
Teacher and international relations. 19p blb- 
liog pa 10c '41 The council 

Committee on measurement and guidance 
See also 
Educational confer- Invitational confer- 
ence, 1941 ence on testing 
problems 

Committee on modern languages 
Committee on modern languages. J Ed Res 
37:235 N '43 

Committee on motion pictures in 
education 

Films for America at war; sup. no. 1 to Se- 
lected educational motion pictures; pre- 
pared for the com. on motion pictures In 
education. 97p pa '42 The council 

Other Americas through films and records. 
2d ed 4Sp bibliog il pa '43 The council 

Selected educational motion pictures; a de- 
scriptive encyclopedia; prepared for the 
com. on motion pictures in education. 3'72p 
$3 '42 The council 

Committee on southern regional 
studies and education 
Educational planning for a better South. 
J. E. Ivey, Jr. Ed Rec 24:411-20 O '43 

National committee on teacher 
examinations 
See also 
National teacher ex- 
aminations 

Youth commission 
American youth commission. W. E. Givens. 

Nat Ed Assn J 31:38 F '42 
Education for tomorrow: a report from the 

American youth commission. F. "VV. Reeves. 

Am Assn Col Reg J 17:504-15 Jl '42 

Education in wartime. G. F. Zook. Par M 
17:23 My '42 



I^ooking ahead with youth; a study guide for 
use with the general report of the Amer- 
ican youth comml.ssion, Youth and the 
future. M. M. Chambers, blbliog pa 25c '42 
The council 

Planning for youth — past and future. F. W. 
Reeves. Ed Rec 22:334-44 Jl '41 

Schools and youth work programs. Ed Rec 
23:15-29 Ja '42 

Symposium on Youth and the future; the 
general report of the American vouth com- 
mission. Ed Rec 23:283-304 Ad '42 

What future for youth? H. Hazelrlgg. II Par 
M 17:25-7+ Mv '42 

Working with rural youth. E. de S. Brunner. 
$1.20 '42 Am. council on ed; Summary. Sch 
& Soc 56:124 Ag 15 '42 

Youth and the future. E. A. Fitzpatrlck. Am 
Sch Bd J 104:37-9 Mv; 30-2 Je '42 

Youth and the future. F. W. Reeves. Ed Rec 
23:135-50 Jl '42 

Youth and the future. F. W. Reeves. Phi 
Delta Kappan 24:244-6 F '42 

Y'outh and the future. C. R. Walker. J Ed 
Soc 15:566-9 My '42 

Youth and the future; general report. 296p 
$2.50 '42 The council; Excerpts. II Nat 
As.sn Sec Sch Prin B 26:49-59 Ja '42: H 
Sch J 25:53-70, 128-35 F-Mr '42; Phi Delta 
Kappan 24:263 F '42: Summary. Cath Ed R 
40:112-16 F '42; Curric J 13:76-8 F '42; 
Nation's Sch 29:26 P '42: Scholastic 40:14 
F 23 '42; Ed Digest 7:17-23 Mr '42: Sch R 
50:164-7 Mr '42; Survey Graphic 31:208-11 
Ap '42; Recreation 36:459 N '42 

Youth serv'ice In the U.S.A. R. J. Havlg- 
hurst. blbliog J Ed London 74:393-4+ S "42 

Special committee on the secondary 
school curriculum 

Education in peril. V. A. McCrossen. blbliog 
f Mod Lang J 25:837-45 D '41 
AMERICAN council on public relations 

Chicago meeting, October 6-7, 1943. R. F. 
Harlow. Sch & Soc 58:463-4 D 11 '43 

Summary of lectures and discussions of the 
short course in public relations; conducted 
at the Harvard club of New York city. 
Jan. 20-24, 1941. 178p $5 '41 The council, 
365 Gulnda st, Palo Alto. Calif. 
AMERICAN council psychological examination 

Can you predict who'll be able to do college 
work? B. H. Peterson, il Sch Executive 
61:26-7 N '41 

Clianges in scores of college students on the 
American council psychological examination 
at yearly intervals during the college 
course. E. C. Hunter, blbliog f J Ed Res 
36:284-91 D '42 

Comparative study of the performance of 
Jewish and gentile college students on the 
American council psychological examina- 
tion. O. C. Held, Journal of Social Psy- 
chology 13:407-11 My '41 

Comparison of Negro and white college stu- 
dents by means of the American council 
psychological examination. A. M. Shuey. 
bibliog J Psychol 14:35-52 Jl '42 

Differences in performance of Jewish and 
non-Jewish students on the American coun- 
cil psychological examination. A. M. Shuey. 
bibliog Journal of Social Psychology 15: 
221-43 My '42 

Gains on the ACE psychological examina- 
tion during the freshman-sophomore vears. 
M. W. Barnes. Sch & Soc 57:250-2 P 27 '43 

Informing college freshmen of their test 
scores. S. Arsenian. Sch & Soc 55:396-9 Ap 
4 '42 

Q and L scores on the ACE psychological 
examination. A. H. MacPhail. Sch & Soc 66: 
248-51 S 19 '42 

Relationship of the study of mathematics to 
Q-scores on the ACE psvcholoeiral exam- 
ination. M, W. Barnes, Sch Sci & Matb 
43:581-2 Je '43 

Wilson college studies in psychology'; a com- 
parison of the Wechsler-Bellevue. revised 
Stanford-Binet. and American council on 
education tests at the college level. E. E. 
Anderson and others, blbliog J Psychol 14: 
317-26 O '42 
AMERICAN country life association 

Committee on rural education 

Committee on rural education reports on the 
teacher shortage. Sch & Soc 67:634 My 8 
'43 



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61 



AMERICAN country life association — Commit- 
tee on rural education — Continued 

Recommendations of the committee on rural 
education. Sch & Soc 54:87-8 Ag 9 '41 

Still sits the schoolhouse by the road. 54p 
bibliog '43 The com, 5835 Kimbark av. 
Chicago 
AMERICAN dental association 

Council on dental education 

Dentistry as a professional career: a brochure 
for the use of guidance officers and prospec- 
tive students. 72p pa 10c '41 The 8.ssn, 212 
E Superior st. Chicago 

Council on dental health 

Dental fitness for high school seniors. 
J Health & Phys Ed 14:412-(- O '43 
AMERICAN dietetic association 

ADA'S working convention. E. M. Barber. 
Prac Home Econ 20:437-S-f D '42 

1943 ADA conference. E. M. Barber. Prac 
Home Econ 21:465 D '43 

Observations at the twenty-fourth annual 
convention. St Louis, il Prac Home Econ 19: 
431-f : 20:26 D ■41-Ja '42 
See also 

Joint committee of the 
American home 
economics associa- 
tion and the Ameri- 
can dietetic associa- 
tion 
AMERICAN education award 

American education award to E. V. Ricken- 
backer. (In American association of school 
administrators. Official report. 1943. p 147) 

Dr Millikan receives American education 
award for 1942. Am Sch Bd J 104:80 Mr '42 

H. C. Grubbs presents educational award to 
R. A. Millikan. Ed Screen 21:156 Ap '42 

Tribute to the recipient of the American edu- 
cation award. H. C. Grubbs, (In American 
association of school administrators. Offi- 
cial report. 1942. p 111-13) 
AMERICAN education fellowship 

Board of directors, PEA, would drop the 
term, progressive. W. C. Bagley. Sch & 
Soc 69:83 F 5 '44 

Conference highlights: Midwest P.E.A. con- 
ference, Chicago, Feb. 25-26. Progres Ed 21: 
172-3 Ap '44 

Eastern conference, meeting in Atlantic City, 
February 13. Sch & Soc 55:207 F 21 '42 

Heads P.E.A. Ill Ed 32:148 Ja '44 

National conference news. Progres Ed 19: 
68-9 F '42 

PEA becomes the American education fel- 
lowship. W. C. Bagley. Sch & Soc 59:198 
Mr 18 '44 

P.E.A. news. Progres Ed 20:280-1 O '43 

PEA'S New York conference for parents and 
teachers, February 4-5. Sch & Soc 59:71-2 
Ja 29 '44 

War-time educational conference in the 
South. J. S. Tippett. H Sch J 25:145-8 Ap 
■42 

Your board reports, pors Progres Ed 20:368- 
70 D '43 

See also 
Institute for the 

study of person- 
ality development 

Commission on the relation of 
school and college 
Adventure in American education — reports of 

the eight-year study. Sch & Soc 55:177 F 14 

•42 
Close-up of the eight-year study. W. H. 

Lancelot. Sch & Soc 58:449-51 D 11 '43; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 9:54-6 Ja '44 
Cooperative procedures in the appraisal of 

the outcomes of secondary education. N. E. 

Drought. (In Pennsylvania. University. 

School of education. Education in a nation 

at war. p420-34) 
Did thev succeed in college? C. D. Chamberlln 

and others. $2.50 '42 Harper 
Eight-year study and its implications for 

agricultural education. H. B. Alberty. Ag 

Ed M 15:214 My '43 
Eight-year study and some of Its implica- 
tions for vocational agriculture. G. P. De- 

yoe. Ag Ed M 15:234-5 Je '43 
E3ight-year study of secondary education. Sch 

(El ed and Sec ed) 30:649-f Ap '42 



Eight-year study on relation of school and 
college is completed. Tex Outl 26:50 Ap '42 

Eight year study reports. J. C. Aldrich. 
Rchola.'stic 40:19 Ap 27 '42 

Entrant's ability vs. entrance requirements. 
A. L. Burnham. Neb Ed J 22:65 Mr "42 

Evaluation in the eight-year study. C O. 
Houle. Curric J 14:18-21 Ja "43 

Experiences in the college follow-up of the 
eight-year study of interest to college ad- 
visers. W. E. Scott. (In American college 
personnel association. Report of the eight- 
eenth annual meeting. 1941. p 116-21) 

High school of tomorrow. J. K. Little, il 
Wis J Ed 74:421-5 My '42 

High schools and the promise of the future. 
W. M. Aikin. H Sch J 25:149-55 Ap '42 

Implications of the eight-year study for 
California secondary schools; a symposium. 
Calif J Sec Ed 17:138-67 Mr '42 

Secondary curriculum: an American experi- 
ment. J Ed London 74:391-2 S '42 

Some implications of the eight-year study 
for all high schools and colleges. W. M. 
Aikin. North Cen Assn Q 17:274-80 Ja '43 

Some techniques used in the follow-up study 
of college success of graduates of the thirty 
schools participating in the eight-year study 
of the Progressive education association. 
R. W. Tyler. Am Assn Col Reg J 18:23-8 
O '42 

Story of the eight-year study. W. M. Aikin. 
bibliog f $1.75 '42 Harper; Summary. Ed 
Digest 7:1-4 My '42 

Storv of the eight-year study. R. J. Havlg- 
hurst and S. M. Corey. Sch R 50:326-8 My 
'42 

They made good in college; the eight year 
study of progressive school graduates. E. 
F. Barnard. Progres Ed 20:356-9 D '43 

Thirty schools tell their story. (Adventure 
in Am. ed. v5) S02p bibliog $4 '43 Harper 

Tomorrow's high school. Time 39:53-4 F 16 
'42 

What did the eight-year study reveal? 
H Sch J 25:305-9 N '42 
See also 

Educational confer- 
ence, 1941 

Committee on workshops 

Bibliography on secondary education: pre- 
pared by K. L. Heaton and others. 60p pa 
'40 The assn. 

When peoples meet: a study in race and 
culture contacts: ed. by A. Locke and B. 
J. Stern. (Publications) 756p $3.50; to mem- 
bers $2.50 '42 The assn. 
AMERICAN education week 
1941 

American education week 1941. Nat Ed Assn 
J 30:211-13 O '41 

American education week, 1941. Sch Activi- 
ties 13:38 S '41; Same cond. Pa Sch J 90:7 
S '41 

American education week, 1941; a statement 
to the patrons, students and teachers of 
American schools. F. D. Roosevelt. Calif 
Sch 12:211 N '41; Same. Nat Ed Assn J 30: 
226 N '41 

American education week, 1941; making 
America strong. Neb Ed J 21:327-8 N '41 

Diocesan program for American education 
week. Cath Ed R 39:618-22 D '41 

Education for a strong America. J. C. Aldrich. 
Scholastic 39:1T N 3 '41 

Education for a strong America — vital theme 
for "American education week in 1941, No- 
vember 9-15. il Nat Ed Assn J 30:184-5 S "41 

National education week. November 9-15, 

1941. Calif Sch 12:201 O "41 
Program. Sch & Soc 54:324 O 18 "41 

1942 
American education week, 1942. L. W. Ashby. 

il Nat Ed Assn J 31:220-1 O '42 
American education week, November S-14, 

1942. Mont Ed 19:18 S '42 

American education week, November 8-14. 

Sch & Soc 56:110 Ag 8 '42 
Building strong bodies: suggestions for third 

day of American education week. J. B. 

Nash, bibliog J Health & Phys Ed 13:445-h 

O '42 
Education for free men. 11 Nat Ed Assn J 

31:185, 223-4 S-O '42 



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AMERICAN education week— lltlL' — Cuntinued 
Twuiuy-sioond annual pioeram; dally sug- 

etslions. Mich Ii<l J 20:89 O '42 
Utilizing the education week possibilities. J. 

P. Capretta. Ohio Sch 20:341+ O "42 
Wartime obsfivanco of education week. F. 

D. Uoosevelt. Sch & Soc 5G:402 O 31 '42; 

.Same. Nat Ed Assn J 31:239 N '42; lOd Vic 

1:G N 2 '42 

1943 
American education week. 11 Sierra Ed N 

39:17 S '43 
American education week 1943. Nat Ed Assn 

J 32:115 Ap '43 , ^, v, , ,, 

American education week. November 7-13. 

Ed Vic 2:2 O 1 '43 
American education week. November 7 to 13, 

1943. Calif .Sch 14:210 O '43 
American education week observance In Illi- 
nois. J. A. Mann. Ul Ed 32:20-1 S '43 
Education for victory. 11 Nat Ed Assn J 

32:170 S '43 ^ , 

Education for victory: American education 

week 1943. Nat Ed Assn J 32:136 My '43 
Education for victory; American education 

week. Nov. 7-13, 1913. Neb Ed J 23:235 O 

•43 
Education week comes alive. W. J. Hageny. 

Nation's Sch 32:G2+ N '43 
Making education week a public relations 

bulls eye. Wis J Ed 76:11-12-)- S '43 
Plans for observing education week. 1943. 

Sch & .Soc 58:54 Jl 24 '43 
Twenty- third annual observance, November 

7-13, 1943. G. E. Storm. El Sch J 44:64-5 

O '43 ^ . 

Victory thru education, American education 

week. 1943. Nat Ed Assn .1 32:201-2 O '43 
Workable idea for education week. E. H. 

Chapelle. Nation's Sch 31:22 F '43 

1944 
American education week. 11 Nat Ed Assn J 

33:75 Mr '44 
Education for new tasks; general theme for 

American education week 1944. Nat Ed 

Assn J 33:118 My '44 

Plays, pageants, etc. 

Bill of rights. H. T. Wells, il Grade Teach 
59:41-f N '41 

Freedom's holy light. L,. L. Pickett. Grade 
Teach 61:52-1- N '43 

Good will to all. M. G. Weddleton. Grade 
Teach 61:24-}- N '43 

King's highway. H. L. Howard, il Grade 
Teach 61:40-t- N '43 

Light of education. M. V. Krueger. Grade 
Teach o9:58-|- O '41 

Missing constitution. F, L. Kroll. 11 Grade 
Teach 61:38+ N '43 

Spirit of democracy. R. Kingsley. Grade 
Teach 61:58-9+ N '43 

We pledge ourselves. M. M. Rugg and M. 
.-^onnenfeld. 11 Schola.stic 43:17-19 N 8 '43 

What good is school? M. Hall. Instr 51:48 
N '41 
AMERICAN educational catalog for 1942. 
(V71) 142p $1; pa 50c '42 R. R. Bowker CO, 
u2 \V 45th St. N.Y. 
AMERICAN educational research association 

Education of exceptional children and minor- 
ity groups; reviews the literature for the 
period ending December 1940. R Ed Res 
11:247-362 Je '41 

Finance and business administration; reviews 
the literature for the three years ending 
December 1940. bibliog R Ed Res 11:133-246 
Ap '41 

Finance and business administration; re- 
views the literature for the three years 
ending December, 1943. bibliog R Ed Res 
14:129-96 Ap '44 

Fine and applied arts, commercial education 
and home and family living; reviews the 
literature for the period ending March 1941. 
bibliog R Ed Res 11:363-417 O '41 

General aspects of instruction: learning, 
teachins. and the curriculum, bibliog R Ed 
Res 12:255-358 Je '42 

General information. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941: 
346 

Growth and development; reviews the litera- 
ture from July 1938 to September 1941. bib- 
liog R Ed Res 11:475-618 D '41 



Ljinguage arts and line arts; reviews the 
literature for the three years ending Sep- 
tember 1942. bibliog R Ed Res 13:65-20$ 
Ap '43 

Mental hygiene and health education; re- 
views the literature for the three years 
ending July 1, 1943. bibliog R Ed Res 13: 
411-608 D '43 

Methods of research and appral.sal In edu- 
cation; reviews the literature to July 1942. 
bibliog R Ed Res 12:455-596 D '42 

NSSB and the AERA to hold three regional 
conferences. Sch & Soc 59:133 F 19 '44 

Natural sciences and mathematics: reviews 
the literature for the period ending March 
31, 1942. bibliog R Ed Res 12:359-452 O 
•42 

Ottlcers, 1942-43, general information and pro- 
grams, San Francisco, Calif, February 23- 
24, 1942. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1942:216-20 

Organization, administration, and supervision 
of education; reviews the literature for 
the three years ending March 31, 1943. 
bibliog n Ed lies 13:323-410 O '43 

Our first twenty-five years. B. R. Bucking- 
ham. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:347-63 

Psychological tests and their uses; reviews 
the lileralure for the three years ending 
July. 1943. bibliog R Ed Res 14:1-128 F '44 

Pupil personnel, guidance, and counseling; 
reviews the literature from October 1. 1938 
to t)ctober 1. 1941. bibliog R Ed Res 12:1- 
130 F '42 

School plant and equipment; reviews the 
literature from April 1938 to July 1941. R 
Ed Res 12:137-254 Ap '42 

Social studies; reviews the literature for the 
period ending March 1941. bibliog R Ed 
Res 11:419-74 O '41 

Teacher personnel; reviews the literature for 
the period since June 1940. bibliog R Ed 
Res 13:209-322 Je '43 

War, education, and society; reviews the 
literature for the three years ending 
August 1942. R Ed Res 13:1-62 F '43 

Committee on awards 

Work of the committee on awards and its 
report for 1941. W. S. Monroe, bibliog Sch 
& Soc 54:501-5 N 29 '41 
AMERICAN educational theatre association 

Theater arts in secondary schools. B. S. 
Leathern. (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p549-54) 
AMERICAN federation of labor 

AFL convention adopts resolution on post 
war reconstruction. Am Teach 26:21-^ D '41 

AFL convention takes action on important 
problems of education. Am Teach 28:3-5 N 
'43 

AFL council advocates reconstruction com- 
mittee. J. F. Landis. Am Teach 28:9 Mr '44 

AFL pledges help in eliminating racial prej- 
udice. Am Teach 28:30-1 D '43 

AFL representative greets union. G. L. 
Googe. Am Teach 26:10-12 O '41 

Education, the war, and the peace. Am Teach 
27:18-21 O '42 

Excerpts from the 1942 AFL convention 
education report. Am Teach 27:10-16 N '42 

Labor and education. I. R. Kuenzli. 11 Amer- 
ican Federationist 49:22-5 S '42 

Labor and education in 1940; reports of the 
e.xecutive council and the annual convention 
on education in 1940. 41p '41 The federation, 
901 Massachusetts av, NW, Washington, 
D.C. 

Labor and education in 1941-1942; reports of 
the executive council and the annual con- 
ventions on education in 1941-1942. 2v 34; 
31p '42-'43 Workers ed. bur. of Am. 1440 
Broadway. X.Y. 

Labor's Beveridge plan for the United States. 
I. R. Kuenzli. Am Teach 27:4 Ap '43 

Labor's philosophy of education. W. Green. 
Nation's Sch 28:25 S '41 

Labor's position on post-war problems. J. M. 
Fewkcs. Am Teach 27:10-11+ Ja '43 

Resolution on junior colleges. Jun Col J 14: 
210 Ja '44 

Resolutions of '41 AFL convention. 11 Am 

Teach 26:17-22 N '41 

^Vhat labor has done. I. R. Kuenzli. Am 
Teach 27:30 D '42 



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63 



AMERICAN federation of labor — Continued 
Committee on post war planning 

AFLi post war committee holds two-day 
meeting. J. L. Chiilds. Am Teacli 27:4-5 
Wy '43 
AIVIERICAN federation of teachers 

Adapting- education to the war emergency; 
a program adopted by representatives of 
twenty AFT locals. Am Teach 26:3-S Mr "42 

Address. J. M. Fewkes. Am Teach 28:6-9 O 
•43 

AFl. representative greets union. G. L<. 
Googe. Am Teach 26:10-12 O '41 

AI-'T program and philosophy. J. F. Landis. 
Am Teach 2S:2 D '43 

AFT's illuminating report on postwar prob- 
lem no. 1. W. C. Bagley. Sch & See 57:493 
My 1 '43 

Answer to the chaos in the organization of 
teachers. I. R. Kuenzli. Am Teach 28:32 
O '43 

Anti-strike policy of the AFT. C. C. Smith. 
Sch & Soc 53:769-91 Je 28 '41 

British teachers and the war: a resume of 
three years of dramatic educational service 
under unprecedented conditions of total 
war as revealed in the proceedings of the 
first annual convention of the National 
union of teachers since 1939 [mimeo- 
graphed] 13p '43 The federation, 506 
S Wabash av. Chicago 

Case of thirteen teachers. A. L. Weber and 
B. Forer. Am Teach 26:9-|- D '41 

Chattanooga wins two victories. S. E. Smith. 
Am Teach 2G:13-14 O '41 

Detroit institute presents noteworthy pro- 
gram. Am Teach 28:12-14 Ja '44 

Executive council meets in Chicago. Am 
Teach 28:4-5 F '44 

Fight against alleged communism in the 
AFT. Sch &: Soc 53:750 Je 14 '41 

High-school students and the manpower 
shortage. Ed Vic 2:20 N 1 '43 

Labor's challenge — a 35mm film strip made 
by the American federation of teachers, il 
Am Teach 27:16-17 F '43 

Labor's program for federal aid. S. M. Bor- 
chardt. Am Teach 27:6-8 N '42 

Louisville AFT defends education. Am Teach 
26:15-17 N '41 

Minneapolis fights 10-year cut. G. Schendel. 
Am Teach 26:7-8 D '41 

Our legislative program. Am Teach 28:23-4 
O '43 

President's annual report. G. S. Counts, il 
Am Teach 26:5-10 O '41 

President's message. J. M. Fewkes. Am Teach 
37:30-1 O '42 

Report on ta.\ation and school finance adopted 
bv AFT convention: with comments by H. 
Block. Am Teach 27:21-5 O '42 

Resolutions passed at convention, il Am 
Teach 26:22-7 O '41 

Resolutions passed by the convention. Am 
Teach 28:25-74- O '43 

Retiring president's report to the Gary con- 
vention; five point program proposed as the 
unique responsibilitv of AFT locals during 
this period. G. S. Counts. Am Teach 27:5-8 
O '42 

Secretary-treasurer's report. I. R. Kuenzli. 
Am Teach 26:15-21 O '41 

Should college teachers join the AFT? G. 
Wakeham. Sch & Soc 54:441-3 N 15 '41 

Should college teachers join the AFT? — a 
reply to Professor Wakeham. J. E. Cohen. 
.Sch & Soc 55:190-3 F 14 '42 

Union in action in the battle for democracy; 
a summary of the report of the secretary- 
treasurer to the 26th annual convention of 
the Teachers union. I. R. Kuenzli. il Am 
Teach 27:9-15 O '42 

Union in action in the battle tor democracy; 
excerpts from the report to the twenty- 
seventh annual convention of the AFT. I. 
R. Kuenzli. Am Teach 28:10-14-)- O '43 

Urges further organization. J. F. Landis. 
Am Teach 28:9-10 O '43 

Meetings 
liU, Detroit 
Annual convention, Detroit, August 24-27, 

1941. Sch & Soc 54:157 S 6 '41 
Convention. M. Starr. Front Democ 8:7 O "41 
Twenty-fifth annual convention. Am Teach 
26:3-4 O '41 



19i3, Gary, Indiana 
Coming Gary convention. G. S. Counts. Am 

Teach 26:39 My '42 
Gary meeting of the AFT. Sch & Soc 55 :155- 

6 Ag 29 '42 
26th annual convention. Am Teach 27:3-4-|- 

O '42 

19iS, Chicago 
Chicago meeting. Sch & Soc 58:156-7 S 4 

'43 
27th annual convention, Chicago, August 16- 

20. 1943; announcement. Am Teach 27:4 

My '43 
27th annual convention held in Chicago; 

August 16-20, 1943. Am Teach 28:3-5 O 

•43 

Commission on education and the 
post-war world 
Education and the post-war world. J. L. 

Childs. Am Teach 27:8-9 F '43 
Renort; a summary of a panel discussion. 
Am Teach 23:20-2 O '43 

National educational policies 
committee 
Educating for democratic unity. Am Teach 
26:10 Ap '42 

National executive council 
AFT executive council endorses aid to vic- 
tims of aggression, il Am Teach 26:12 N 
•41 
War and education. Am Teach 26:3-6 Ja '42 

National tax and school finance 
committee 

AFT proposes tax program. Am Teach 26: 

4-5 Ap '42 
AMERICAN fiction 
Fiction and the liberal arts. 

America 68:605-6 Mr 6 '43 
Generation that wasn't lost. 

Engl 5:233-9 F '44: Same. 

F ^44 
Novels of Edward Eggleston. 

Col Engl 5:250-4 F '44 
Our ugly contemporaries. L. 

Engl 3:454-9 F '42 

Bibliography 
American life in fiction. O. W. Coan and R. 

G. Lillard. Sch & Soc 57:130-2 Ja 30 '43 
AMERICAN field service fellowships for 

French universities, incorporated 
American field service fellowship in France. 

French R 16:78-9 O '42 
Field service fellowships' contribution to 

inter-cultural relations. Sch & Soc 56:93-4 

Ag 1 -42 
AMERICAN folk songs. See Folk songs, Amer- 
ican 
AMERICAN Friends service committee 
For such a time as this. M. E. McWhirter. 

il Int J Relig Ed 18:10-11 S ^41 
International service seminars. Inst Int Ed 

News B 18:7 Ap '43 
Teachers in a summer work camp program. 

E. R. Miller. Childh Ed 18:324-6 Mr '42 
Work-study seminar. C. H. Yarrow. J Higher 

Ed 14:462-6 D '43 
AMERICAN historical association 

Fiftv-sixth annual meeting. Sch & Soc 54: 

519 D 6 '41 
Freedom of textbooks. Soc Ed 5:487-8 N '41 
AMERICAN history. See United States— History 
AMERICAN home economics association 
American home economics association. J. W. 

Harris. Prac Home Econ 21:211 Je '43 
A.H.E.A. adjusts to changed needs. M. Wylie 

and E. M. B. Waring. J Home Econ 33:730 

D '41 
AHE.V's wartime institute. J Home Econ 35: 

359-60 Je '43 
Forty vears of consumer education. E. Van 

Horn'. J Home Econ 33:377-81 Je '41 
Home economics at the National conference 

of social work. M. M. Heseltine. J Home 

Econ 33:473-4 S '41 
IHEA safety work. H. ShulU. J Home Econ 

35:577 N '43 
News of A.H.E.A. divisions and departments. 

Prac Home Econ 21:219 Je '43 



H. C. Gardiner. 

M. Cowley. Col 
Engl J 33:57-63 

J. T. Flanagan. 

H. Stimmel. Col 



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AMERICAN home economics association — Cont. 

News of the coordinatinff committee of the 
division of textiles and clothing. Pruc Home 
Econ 19:210 Je "41 

Our heritase and its challenge. G. A. Bran- 
egan. J Home Econ 34:416-19 S "42 

Our International fellows. J Homo Econ 33: 
400-2 Je '41 

Plan and organization of the Institute. B. 
I. Coon and L,. W. Reynolds. J Home Econ 
35:433-4 S '43 

Proceedings. 35th annual meeting, Boston, 
June 21-24, 1942. J Home Econ 34:581-630 
O '42 
See oJ»o 

Joint committee of the 
American home 
economics associa- 
tion and the Ameri- 
can dietetic associa- 
tion 

Meetings 
19 il, Chicago 
Chicago meeting. J Home Econ 33:483 S "41 
Thirty-fourth annual meeting. J Home Econ 

33:399-400 Je Ml 
Thirty-fourth annual meeting, June 22-26. 
Prac Home Econ 19:240-3-f JI '41 

19iS, Boston 
Convention fare. J Home Econ 34:375-7 Je 

•42 
35th annual meeting. J Home Econ 34:480-3 

S -42 
35th annual meeting, June 21-24. Prac Home 

Econ 20:259-65-1- Jl "42 

i9i3, St Louis 
AHEA convention. J Home Econ 35:107 F 
'43 

19 a, Chicago 
Chicafro convention. June 20-23. J Home Eicon 
36:157 Mr '44 
AMERICAN humane education society 
National humane key award contest. Sch & 
Soc 58:230 S 25 '43 
AMERICAN Indians. See Indians of Central 
America; Indians of Latin America; Indians 
of Mexico; Indians of North America; 
Indians of South America 

AMERICAN industrial arts association 
Meetings 
IS'il, Boston 
Meeting, Boston, June 30-July 1, 1941; an- 
nouncement. W. B. Warner. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 30:14A Je '41 
AMERICAN institute of accountants 
Financial statements; what they mean. Bus 
Ed World 22:218-22 N '41 
AMERICAN institute of graphic arts 
Best-made books tor Latin America. M. B. 
Howser. Ed Forum 6:81-3 N '41 
AMERICAN institute of physics 
First report of war policy committee. Sch 
Sci & -Math 42:606-8 Je '42; Same cond. Am 
J Physics 10:188 Ag "42 
Report on physics teaching personnel — spring, 
1943. G. H. Burnham. Am J Physics 11: 
324-7 D '43 
Status of courses in physics and of physics 
departments in institutions of higher edu- 
cation — October. 1942. G. H. Burnham. 
Am J Physics 11:78-88 Ap '43 
AMERICAN instructors of the deaf 
Thirty-second biennial convention at Fulton. 
H. A, Montague. Volta R 43:476-f Ag '41 
AMERICAN labor education service, inc. 

1926-1943 yearbook of workers' education [ed. 
by A. T. Hourwich] 64p pa 50c '43 The 
service, 437 W 59th st, N.Y. 19 
AMERICAN language. See English language In 

the United States 
AMERICAN legion 

American legion youth program. H. L. Chail- 

laux. Phi Delta Kappan 25:165-7 Ap '43 
First Girls state. M. Lothhammer. U Sierra 

Ed News 37:24-6 Je '41 
Greetings from the American legion. L. U. 

Stambaugh. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1942:26-8 
Greetings from the American legion. M. J. 
Warner, Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:35-7 



AMERICAN legion auxiliary 

Es.say contest on Making America strong. 
Sch & Soc 57:13 Ja 2 '43; Same cond. Ed 
Vic 1:16 D 15 '42 

Two contest.^ .sponsored by the American 
legion auxiliary. Sch & Soc 59:152 F 26 '44 
AMERICAN library association 

ALA allies itself with the OWl. Sch & Soc 
56:375 O 24 '42 

Annual report of the ALA. Sch & Soc 66: 
459-60 N 14 '42 

Education for librarian.shlp; grants-in-aid 
financed by the Carnegie corporation of 
New York, 1929-1942; final report of the 
committee on fellowships and scholarships, 
October 1. 1942. blbllog 112p pa '43 A.L.A. 

Four immediate objectives. C. H. Brown. Sch 
Life 27:11 O '41 

Libraries and the war. Sch & Soc 55:64 Ja 
17 '42 

Officers inaugurated. Ed Vic 2:8 Ag 2 '43 

Outstanding religious books chosen. Chris- 
tian Ed 27:58-64 S '43 

Series of institutes for librarians, sponsored 
by ALA. Sch & Soc 57:97 Ja 23 '43 

What Americans were reading in 1943; a re- 
port. Ohio Sch 22:124-1- Mr •44 
See also 

Joint committee of 
the National edu- 
cation association 
and the American 
library association 

Meetings 
19il, Boston 
Conference of the ALA. Sch & Soc 53:784 
Je 28 '41 

19i2, ililtcaukee 
Tentative progrcim of the sixty-fourth annual 
conference, June 22-27. il Am Lib Assn B 
36:334-54 My '42 

Adult education board 
Educational role of libraries. Am Lib Assn 

Bui 37:340-52 O 15 '43 
Report. Am Lib Assn B 36:672-4 O 15 '42 
Toward an enlightened citizenry; the six- 
teenth annua! report for the year ending 
July 31. 1941. bibliog f Am Lib Assn B 
35:559-65 O 15 '41 

Board of education for librarianship 
Accredited library schools. Am Lib Assn B 

35:H78-9 N '41 
Accredited library schools. Am Lib Assn B 

36:738-9 O 15 '42 
Accredited library schools. Am Lib Assn Bui 

37:401-2 O 15 '43 
Accredited library schools. Am Lib Assn Bui 

37:485-6 D 15 '43 
Library education and personnel. A. M. 

Hostetter and H. B. Timmerman. Am Lib 

Assn Bui 38:15-18 Ja '44 
Report, August 1, 1941 to July 31, 1942. 

Am Lib Assn B 36:687-93 O 15 '42 
Total program of professional education; 

the seventeenth annual report for the period 

July 1, 1940. to July 31. 1941. bibliog f Am 

Lib Assn B 35:554-8 O 15 '41 

Board on library service to children 
and young people 
Toward a coordinated program; a summtur 
report, 1932-1941. Am Lib Assn B 35:574-9 
O 15 '41 

Board on salaries 

Classification and pay plans for libraries in 
institutions of higher education; v. 1, non- 
degrec-conferring institutions: adopted by 
the A.L.A. council, Feb. 1943 [mimeo- 
graphed] 66p pa $1.25 '43 A.L.A. 

— Same; v. 2, degree-conferring four-year 
institutions; adopted by the A.L.A. coun- 
cil. Feb. 1943 [mimeographed] 125p pa J1.76 
'43 A.L.A. 

— Same; v. 3. universities; adopted by the 
A.L.A. council. Feb. 1943 [mimeographed] 
171p pa $2.50 '43 A.L.A. 

College and reference section 
See Association of college and reference 
libraries 



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65 



AMERICAN library association — Continued 

Committee on aid to libraries 
in war areas 

Work of the committee. Sell & Soc 67:179-80 
F 13 '43 

Committee on library cooperation 
with Latin America 

New era in library cooperation with Latin 
America. R. O. Rivera. Assn Am Col B 28: 
C13-19 D '42 . „ ^ c, 1, p 

Three-year program. A. E. Gropp. bch & 
Soc 56:21-3 Jl 4 '42 
Committee on library work with children 

Right book for the right child; a graded 
buying list of children's books [selected and 
annotated by a subcommittee of the Board 
on library service to children and young 
people of the A.L..A. under the chairman- 
ship of M. Snow; graded by the Research 
dept. of the Winnetka public schools under 
the supervision of M. V. Morphett and 
C. Washburne] 3d rev ed 285p J3 '42 Day 

International relations office 
International relations ofBce of the ALA. Sch 
& Soc 58:36 Jl 17 '43 

School libraries section 
Meeting, 1941, Boston. A. M. Currin. Library 

Journal 66:717 S 1 '41 
School libraries section. W. A. Heaps, ed. 

See monthly numbers of Wilson library 

bulletin through June 1942 
School libraries section (cont as) School and 

children's libraries. M. M. Pike, ed. See 

monthly numbers of Wilson library bulletin 

September 1942- 

AMERICAN literature 

America speaks: the literary mind: a pro- 
file of the American statement. H. O. 

Rugg. Front Democ 8:149-55 F '42 
American letters between wars. J. W. Beach. 

Engl J 30:527-38 S '41; Same. Col Engl 

3:1-12 O '41 
Farewell to cynicism. E. M. Sickels. bibliog f 

Col Engl 3:31-8 O '41 
Forty-two critics can't be wrong. W. L. 

Werner. Col Engl 3:78-80 O '41 
Importance of being a literary orphan. C. 

G. Laird. Col Engl 5:129-36 D '43 
Literature in a changing world. G. B. Sherrer. 

Engl J 30:634-40 O '41 
Modern life and literature in the vocational 

curriculums. S. Certner. Engl J 33:135-43 

Mr '44 
Prophets of man. E. M. Sickels. bibliog f 

Col Engl 4:469-78 My '43 
Shape of postwar literature. G. Hicks. Col 

Engl 5:407-12 My '44; Same. Engl J 33: 

227-32 My '44 
Spanish American literature compared with 

that of the United States. G. W. Umphrey. 

Hispania 26:21-34 F '43 
Three views of the individual as reflected in 

American literature. R. Stewart. Col Engl 

5:297-302 Mr '44 
Writer as democrat. E. Fiess. Am Assn Univ 

Prof Bui 29:611-21 D '43 
See also 
American fiction English literature 

American poetry Literature 

Best sellers Spanish American 

literature 

Bibliography 
American prose of merit for high school 

reading. H. R. Burke. Cath Ed R 40:535-40 

N '42 
Bibliographical guide to English studies. T. 

P. Cross, comp. 8th ed rev pa $1 '43 Univ. 

of Chicago press 

Collections 
Alumnae miscellany. North Carolina. Uni- 
versity. Woman's college. $2 '42 The col, 
Greensboro, N.C. 

Outlines, syllabi, etc. 
Syllabus of American literature. W. T. Hast- 
ings. 3d ed bibliog pa $1 '41 Univ. of Chi- 
cago press 



Projects 

American literature exhibits for the school 
fair. G. lutzi. 11 Sch Activities 14:289-91 Ap 
■43 

Teaching 

American literature in the teaching of Amer- 
ican history. A. C. Kern. Mississippi Val- 
ley Historical Review 30:243-5 S '43 

American literature on the front line. V. 
Rider. Clearing House 17:556-8 My '43 

Reaching literary majority: current trends 
in the teaching of American literature. J, 
T, Flanagan. J Higher Ed 13:409-13 N 
'42 

Teaching American literature. H. G. Black. 
J Ed 126:14 Ja '43 

Transmitting our literary heritage. T. C. 
Pollock. Engl J 31:200-10 Mr '42 

Tests and scales 
Modern objective tests; American literature. 

F. V. Anderson. Grade Teach 61:62-3 N '43 
Tests for middle and upper grades: a book 

week map test. F. Higgins. Instr 51:29 N 

'41 

Textbooks 
National unity through American literature. 

C. A. Daly. Engl J 32:438-40 O '43 
National unity through American literature; 

reply to C. A. Daly. C. Miller. Engl J 

33:44 Ja '44 

Translations into Spanish 
Three Guatemalan translators of Poe. M. E. 
Erickson. Hispania 25:73-8 F '42 

Units of work 
American dream: a unit of junior English. 

M. McCutchan. bibliog Engl J 31:194-200 Mr 

'42 
American way: an extensive reading unit. 

C. Hoff. Engl J 31:597-600 O '42; Same 

cond. Ed Digest 8:38-40 N '42 
Reading unit in American literature. D. 

Sparks, bibliog Engl J 31:539-43 S '42 

Colleges and universities 

American literature in the college of tomor- 
row. W. D. Loy. J Higher Ed 15:100-2 F 
■44 

English major. W. C. De Vane. Col Engl 3: 
47-52 O '41 

English major reconsidered. A. L. Herold. 
Col Engl 4:174-8 D '42 

Experiment in accelerated course work in 
American literature: summer, 1942. Sister 
Mary Scholastica. Col Engl 4:193-4 D '42 

Place of American literature. F. Stovall. Tex 
Outl 26:54 Ja '42 

What price American literature? F. Stovall. 
Sewanee Review 49:469-75 O '41 

New England 
Regional characteristics in the literature of 
New England. R. Stewart. Col Engl 3:129- 
43 N '41 

AMERICAN lyceum. See Lyceums 

AMERICAN mathematical association. See 
Mathematical association of America 

AMERICAN mathematical monthly 
Professional interests of mathematical in- 
structors in junior colleges. D. R. Curtiss. 
American Mathematical Monthly 48:224-8 
Ap ^41 

AMERICAN mathematical society 
Progress report of the subcommittee on edu- 
cation for service of the war preparedness 
committee of the American mathematical 
society and the Mathematical association 
of America. W. L. Hart. American Mathe- 
matical Monthly 48:353-62 Je '41; Same. 
Math Teach 34:297-304 N '41; Sch Sci & 
Math 41:779-87 N '41; Summary. Science 
94:205 Ag 29 '41; Sch & Soc 54:421-2 N 
8 '41 

AMERICAN medical association 
Papers and discussions presented at the 
annual congress on medical education and 
licensure and memorial service for William 
D. Cutter; Chicago, February 16-17. 1942. 
59p pa 50c '42 The assn, 535 N Dearborn st, 
Chicago 



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AMERICAN medical association -C'/nfin«c<f 
Papers and discussions presented at the an- 
nual congress on medical education and 
licensure; ChicaKO. February 15-16, 1943. 
B6p pa 50c '43 The assn, 635 N Dearborn 
St. Chicago 
See also 
Joint committee on 
health problems in 
education of the 
National education 
association and 
American medical 
association 

Council on medical education and 
hospitals 
Approved colleges of arts and sciences, 1941- 
1942. 15p '42 The assn, 535 N Dearborn st, 
Chicago 
Medical education in the United States and 
Canada. 142p 50c "42 The assn, 535 N Dear- 
born St, Chicago 
Medical schools of the United States, the 
Philippines and Canada. 24p pa 25c "42 The 
assn. 535 N Dearborn st. Chicago 
AMERICAN missionary association 
Kace relations program of the American 
mi.sslonary association. C. S. John.'ion. J 
Negro Kd 13:248-52 Ap '44 
AMERICAN museum of natural history, New 
York 
Children see and do in this museum-school. 
G. F. Ramsey. 11 Nation's Sch 31:46-f Ja 
•43 
Chip oft the old block. K. K. Addicott. Adult 

Ed .T 2:53-7 .Ja '43 
Today's geography in a museum. G. F. Ram- 
sey. Ed 64:420-2 Mr '44 
AMERICAN music. See Music, American 
AMERICAN national Red cross 

Practical plans for elementary school partici- 
pation. 13p gratis '42 Am. nat. Red cross, 
17th and D st, NW, "Wa.'shington, D.C. 
AMERICAN philosophical association 
Commission on the function of philosophy 
In liberal education. Sch & Soc 58:362 N 6 
•43 

Eastern division 
Committee on the teachinu of 
philosophy 
Philosophy and the philosophv of education. 
Journal of Philosophy 33:205-12 Ap 9 '42 

Western division 
Committee on the role of philosophy 
in higher education 
Place of philosophy in universities; a brief 
report of the findings of a committee of 
the western division of the American 
philcsopliical association. C. M. Perrv. J 
Higher Ed 13:463-70 D '42 
Report to teachers of philosophy. W. H. Hill. 
Journal of Philosophy 40:214-20 Ap 15 '43 
AMERICAN philosophical society 

Early history of science and learning in 
America. (Proc. v87 no 1) 119p 51.25 '43 
The soc. Independence s<i, Philadelpliia 6 
Education in a world at war, and other 
topics. (Proc. v85 no5) 74p II 75c '42 The 
soc. Independence sq, Philadelphia 6 
AMERICAN phonetic dictionary 

Fir.iit phonetic dictionary. E. Emsley. Q J 
Spcfch 28:202-0 Ap '42 
AMERICAN physical education association. See 
American association for health, physical 
education, and recreation 

AMERICAN pioneer guild 

Pioneer guild honors Dr Gregg. Bus Ed World 
23:74-5 O '42 

AMERICAN poetry 

Translations into Spanish 
Notes on Longfellow in Spanish America. J. 
E. Englekirk. bibliog f Hispania 25:295-308 
O '42 
AMERICAN public health association 
1943 annual meeting. M. Heseltine. J Home 
Bcon 36:94-5 F '44 



Preliminary program of the scientific sessions 
of the 70th annual meeting of the American 
public health a.s.sociation. and meetings of 
related organizations, and of the eighth 
Institute on public health education, Atlan- 
tic City, October 11-17. 1941. 11 American 
Journal of Public Health 31:856-92 Ag '41 

Preliminary program of the .■icientlflc .sessions 
of the 71st annual meeting, St Louis, Oc- 
tober 24-30, 1912. American Journal of 
Public Health 32:890-920 Ag '42 

School panels at A.P.H.A. meeting. Public 
Health Nursing 31:98-9 F '42 

Committee on community organization 
for health education 
Community organization for health education; 
a committee report presented to the public 
health education section and the health 
officers section. 120p pa gratis '41 The assn, 
1790 Broadway, N.V. 

Committee on professional education 

Memorandum regarding minimum educational 
facilities necessary for the postgraduate 
education of those seeking careers in public 
health. American Journal of Public Health 
32:533-4 My '42 

Proposed report on the educational qualifica- 
tions of health educators. American Jour- 
nal of Public Health 33:998-1002 Ag '43 

Public health degrees and certificates granted 
In the United States and Canada during the 
academic year 1940-1941. jUnerlcan Journal 
of Public Health 31:1306-11 D '41 

Public health degrees and certificates granted 
In the United States and Canada during the 
academic year 1941-1942. American Journal 
of Public Health 32:1360-5 D '42 

Public health degrees and certificates granted 
In the United States and Canada during 
the academic year 1942-1943. American 
Journal of Public Health 33:1430-5 D '43 

Subcommittee on educational 
giialifications of industrial hygienists 
Educational qualifications of industrial hygi- 
enists. American Journal of Public Health 

31:728-30 Jl '41 

AMERICAN Red cross. See Red cross 

AMERICAN scholar (periodical) 

Phi beta kappa literary (luarteriy celebrates 
its tenth anniver.^ary. W. A. Shimer. Sch 
& Soc 55:328-30 Mr 21 '42 

•AMERICAN school and university; yearbooks 
devoted to the design, construction, equip- 
ment, utilization, and maintenance of edu- 
cational buildings and grounds, 1942-1943. 
(V 14-15) 2v 489:371p bibliog 11 maps plans 
diags ea $2.50 ■42-'43 Am. sch. pub. corp, 
470 4lh av, N.Y. 16 

AMERICAN school of the air. See School of 
the air of the -Americas 

AMERICAN schools abroad 
American .schooLs in the Near and Far East 
hard hit by the war. Sch & Soc 54:8-9 Jl 
5 '41 

American schools make good neighbors 
lietter. R. L. Am.<;den. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin B 26:77-82 D '42 
AMERICAN social problems study committee 
Guide for the study of American social 
problems. ISlp bibliog pa Jl '42 Columbia 
univ. press 
AMERICAN society for the control of cancer 
Cancer education in h'gh .schools. Ed Vic 2:7 
F 3 '44 

AMERICAN society of composers, authors and 
publishers 
Major problem In American music. H. Han- 
.soM. I in Music teachers national as-«ocia- 
tion. Proceedings. 1940. D20-7) 
AMERICAN speech correction association 
New membership rcriuiremonts of the Amer- 
ican speech *-orreclion association. M P. 
Palmer. Q J .Speech 29:196-9 Ap '43 

AMERICAN student health association 

List of source materials for teachers of col- 
lege hygiene [mimeographed] 46p '42 Metro- 
politan life Insurance co. 1 Madison av, 
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67 



AMERICAN student health association — Cont. 
• Proceedings of the twenty-first annual meet- 
ing:, Ann Arbor. MichiKan. December 27-28. 

1940. (Bui. no24) 72p bibliog- il diag '41 The 
assn. K. I. Canuteson, sec. Univ. of Kan, 
Lawrence, Kan. 

Proceedings of the twenty-second annual 
meeting. New York city, December 30-31, 

1941. (Bui. no25) 9Sp bibliog '42 The assn. 
R. I. Canuteson, sec, Univ. of Kan. Law- 
rence. Kan. 

AMERICAN students in Colombia 

American students in Colombia. E. G. Thor- 
son. Hispania 26:139-48 My '43 
AMERICAN students in Great Britain 

American army officers and men at Oxford 
after the last war. Inst Int Ed News Bui 
19:16-17 My '44 
AMERICAN students in Latin America 

Inter-American cooperation through colleges 
and universities. United States. OfHce of 
education. (Ed. and nat. defense ser. pam- 
phlet no 14) 34p bibliog il pa 15c '43 Supt. 
of doc. 

Missionaries in reverse. R. Withington. Am 
Assn Univ Prof B 28:352-7 Je '42 

United States fellowship students in Latin 
America. E. Donick. Inst Int Ed News B 
18:14-16 Ja "43 

U.S. students win scholarship awards in 
Latin America. Sch & Soc 57:404-5 Ap 10 
■43 
AMERICAN students in South America 

Fellowship awards to United States students 
for graduate work in Latin America. Inst 
Int Ed News B 18:8-9 Mr '43; Same. Mod 
Lang J 27:287-8 Ap '43; Same cond. Sch 
& Soc 57:404-5 Ap 10 '43 
AMERICAN teachers association 

Plea for Negro education. Sch & Soc 59: 
22-3 Ja 8 '44 

Position of Negro educators on two impor- 
tant questions. Sch & Soc 54:268 O 4 '41 
AMERICAN technical society 

Instruction staff 

Preinduction training workbook for Funda- 
mental sliop training [by J. T. Shuman 
and others] using the six-step plan of in- 
struction; includes home and school work- 
shop projects. (Victory preinduction train- 
ing ser) 73p tiibliog plans diags pa 50c 
■43 The soc. 850 E 58th st. Chicago 

Preinduction training workbook for Funda- 
mentals of electricity [by W. L. McDougal 
and others] using the six-step plan of in- 
struction; includes home and school work- 
shop projects. (Victory preinduction train- 
ing ser) 93p bibliog diags pa 50c '43 The 
soc, 850 E 58th st, Chicago 

Preinduction training workbook for Funda- 
mentals of machines [by G, M. Hobbs and 
others] using the six-step plan of instruc- 
tion; includes home and school workshop 
projects. (Victory preinduction training 
ser) 83p bibliog pa 50c '43 The soc, 850 
E 5Sth st, Chicago 
AMERICAN textbook publishers institute 

Textbook publishers form institute Pub- 
lishers' Weekly 142:33 JI 4 '42; Same cond. 
Sch & Soc 56:38 Jl 11 '42 
AMERICAN unity through music committee. 
See Music educators national conference — 
Committee on Anierican unity through 
music 
AMERICAN university of Beirut 

Beirut plan for college education. S. B. L. 
Penrose, jr. J Higher Ed 14:126-8 Mr '43 

Education met post 'World-war problems. H. 
A. KOrani. Progres Ed 19:76-80 F '42 

That they may have life. S. B. L. Penrose, 
jr. 53.75 '41 Princeton univ. press 
AMERICAN vocational association 

Argument in favor of administration of vet- 
erans' education by established educational 
institutions. Congressional Digest 23:79-80 
Mr '44 

Echoes from the AVA. B. E. Lewis and 
M. G. McFarland. Prac Home Econ 21:18-t- 
Ja '43 

President of A.V.A. for 1943. Ag Ed M 15:183 
Ap '43 



Meetings 
19il, Boston 

A.V.A. convention: defense and after-the- 
war training. C. M. Arthur, il Sch Life 27: 
144-7-1- F '42 

Boston meeting, December 10-13. D. M. Cress- 
well. Sch & Soc 55:78-80 Ja 17 '42 

Convention, December 10-13. Ed 62:17 S '41 

Convention, December 10-13; announcement. 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:423, 18A-(- D '41 

Convention, home economics sessions. J Home 
Econ 33:660 N '41 

Convention program, agricultural education 
section. Ag Ed M 14:83 N '41 

Home economics at the AVA meeting. G, 
Wyckoff. J Home Econ 34:103-5 F "42 

1941 Boston convention, December 10-13. Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 30:25A-t- N '41 

Thirty-fifth annual convention. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 31:20A-t- F; 60A-t- Mr "42 

Vocational guidance program at A.V.A. con- 
vention. A. Taylor. Occupations 20:139 N 
■41 

l9iS, Toledo 

A.V.A. convention, Toledo, Oliio, December 
2-5. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:20A-1- D '42 

A.V.A. meets in Toledo, December. Occupa- 
tions 21:2404- N '42 

Toledo conference of the AA''A, December 2-5. 
Sch & Soc 57:40 Ja 9 '43 

Toledo is host to the 1942 A.V.A. convention. 
C. T. Cotter, il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 
411-14 D '42 

Vocational education gears to wartime condi- 
tions. Bus Ed World 23:251 Ja '43 

War work conference. December 2-5. sets 
vocational education goals. Ed Vic l:l-r Ja 
1 '43 

19^3, Chicago 
American vocational association conference. 

Ed Vic 2:5-6 Ja 20 '44 
AVA home economists meet in Chicago, De- 
cember 14-17. H. Hurst. J Home Econ 36: 

150-1 Mr '44 
Annual meeting in Chicago. W. C. Bagley. 

Sch & Soc 58:494-5 D 25 '43 
Thirty-seventh annual conference. Esns Ed 

World 24:200 D '43 
Thirty-seventh annual convention, December 

15-17. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:18A-f F; 51A- 

52A Mr '44 
War work vocational training conference of 

the American vocational association. M. S. 

Lyle. Prac Home Econ 22:55-}- F '44 
Wartime, post-war needs, convention theme. 

Ed Vic 2:27 D 15 '43 

Agricultural education section 
Convention program, Chicago. December 15- 
17, 1943. Ag Ed Mag 16:103 D '43 

Business education section 
Proceedings. (Bui. no6) 127p 50c '41 Calif. 
Dept. of ed. Bur. of business ed. 

Committee on research 

Implications for industrial education of the 
A.V.A. study of vocational graduates. A. 
B. Mays. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:263-4 S '41 

Occupational adjustments of vocational school 
graduates. (AVA res. bul. no 1) 132p pa 
50c '40 The com. 1010 Vermont av, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Committee on standards of attainment 
in industrial arts teaching 
Objectives of industrial education. A. F. 
Dodge. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:5-7 Ja '42 

Vocational visual aids section 
Training films featured at vocational meet- 
ing. Toledo, December 2-5. il Ed Screen 
22:56-8 F ^43 
AMERICAN vocational farmers' association 
Y'oung farmers co-operate. H. B. Franklin. 
il Ak Ed M 14:231 Je '42 
AMERICAN women's voluntary services 
A.W.V.S. I. L. Cohen, il Prac Home Econ 

20:217-f Je '42 
Map reading: manual for teachers [mimeo- 
graphed] 52p pa ^42 The services, 345 
Madison av. N.'Y'. 



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AMERICAN youth commission. See American 
council on education — Youth commission 

AMERICAN youth congress 

What iif tho youUi inovfmont, good. bad. or 
indiffi-ront. in the I'nilod Statrs? A. ly. 
Rowland. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:33:-7: 
Same, with dipcu.«.sion. (In American asso- 
ciation of teachers colleges. Twentieth 
yearbook. 1941. p54-63) 
AMERICAN youth hostels. See Touth hostels 
AMERICANISM 

Americanism and biology. C. V. Jordan and 
others. H Points 23:65-9 D "41 

Catholicism and Americanism In the semi- 
nary. B. K. Reuss. bibllog Nat Cath Ed 
Assn Proc 1941:608-17 

Chicago's Americanism program moves for- 
ward. E. F. Slater. 11 Chicago Sch J 23: 
19-23 S '41 

Development of democratic Ideals through 
literature. M. Pilkinton. Tex Outl 26:50 F 
■42 

Has our national character changed? H. 
Perlman. Social Studies 35:105-6 Mr '44 

He had to write on Americanism. F. J. 
Singer. J Ed 124:164 My '41 

Positive Americanism. W. H. Johnson. Mont 
Ed 18:10-11 N '41 

Prologue to a program on Americanism. B. 
T. Tlllar. il Sch Activities 13:103-4 N '41 

Rededication to Americanism. J. F. Mc- 
Dermott. Neb Ed J 22:35+ F '42 

Teaching Americanism in our schools. E. V. 
Tubbs. Ed 62:619-23 Je '42 

Teaching positive Americanism in the Chi- 
caso public schools. W. H. Johnson. 11 
Chicago Sch J 23:97-106 Ja '42 
See alao 

Patriotism 

Projects 
L<t's understand America. H. L. Reets. H 

Points 24:54-8 Mr '42 
AMERICANISMS 
See also 
English language In 

the United States 
AMERICANIZATION 
Adult civic education — a state program. M. 

L. auyton. J Ed Sociol 17:42-6 S '43 
Americanization program In the evening 

.schools. F. B. Didier. Baltimore B Ed 19: 

26-8 S '41 
Americanizing with displays. M. E. Alton. 

Nation's Sch 32:50-|- Jl '43 
Americanizing TorkvlUe. Am Sch Bd J 105:33 

O '42 
Conflicting national cultures in American 

schools. T. J. Quigley. bibllog Am Sch Bd 

J 108:20-2 Mr '44 
Good neiRhbors. B. M. Rightmire. Sec Ed 10: 

306-7 F '42 
Immigrant parents; a Job for the P.-T.A. 

W. G. Fordyce. Nation's Sch 29:17-18 F 

'42 
Japanese become Americans: adult education 

at the Gila River relocation project. M. 

Kelioe. Adult Ed J 3:55-9 Ap '44 
Kansas elementary program in Americanism. 

Kansas. Department of education. 15p '42 

The dept, Topeka 
Music in an Americanization program. L. F. 

Murphy, il Tex Outl 25:25-6 O '41 
Schools for new citizens. V. Paradise, il 

Survey Graphic 30:469-73 S '41 
Stranger within. W. W. Wattenberg. Nat 

Par-Teach 36:28-30 F '42 
Tests for middle and upper grades: an Amer- 
icanization test. M. Galford. Instr 51:26 O 

•42 
They must think in English. S. Perry. Tex 

Outl 26:13-14 Je '42 
Use of national culture patterns in teach- 
ing. C. H. Carson. Sierra Ed News 38:26-7 

F '42 



National citizenship 
education program 



See also 
Inunigrants in the 
United States — 
Education 

AMERICANIZATION school association, Dis- 
trict of Columbia 
.\dult student association. M. E. Aiton. J Ed 
Sociol 17:47-54 S '43 



AMERICANS 
American scholar to-dav. C. R. Tracy. 

Queen's Quarterly 48 no2:143-8 [Myl '41 
Who are we Americans? M. C. Schmidt, bib- 
llog Engl J 32:364-9 S '43 
See also 
United States— Civili- 
zation 
AMERICANS In Japan 
Good-bv to foreign friends. S. S. Mishlma. 
Asia 41:473-6 S '41 
AMERICA'S leaders of tomorrow are talking; 
discussion outline on problems facing 
young people today; comp. by a com. of 
staff members from Rural project. Am. 
youth comm. Am. council on education 
[and others] under direction of E. L. Klrk- 
patrick; using as a basis deliberations of 
young people representing different organ- 
izations at three regional conferences held 
in Iowa. S.C, and N.J. during the spring 
of 1942. 44p 11 25c '42 Am. council on ed. 
AMERINGER, Oscar (Adam Coaldigger, pseud) 
\\Tiat can university extension do for labor? 
(In National university extension associa- 
tion. Proceedings. 1941. p51-7) 
AMERMAN, Lockhart 
Menace of the Sundav school. Christian Cen- 
tury 61:173-5 F 9 '44 
AMERSON, Vera Mignon 
Aids in developing typing speed. J Bus Ed 

17:17-184- S '41 
Bookkeeping should meet student needs, 

Ohio Sch 19:3.«1-f- N '41 
First-vear accounting must assume more 
responsibility. J Bus Ed 17:13-14+ Mr '42 
AMES, Joseph Sweetman 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 58:8 Jl 3 '43 
AMES, Mrs Louise (Bates) 
Gesell incomplete man test as a differential 
Indicator of average and superior behavior 
In preschool children, bibllog Pedagog Sem 
62:217-74 Je '43 
Motor correlates of infant crying, blblio? 

Pedagog Sem 59:239-47 D '41 
Supine leg and foot postures In the human 
infant in the first year of life, bibllog Peda- 
gog Sem 61:87-107 S '42 
— and llg, F. L. 
Variant behavior as revealed by the Gesell 
de^'elopmental examination, bibliog Peda- 
eog Sem 63:273-305 D '43 
AMES, Maurice Umschwelf 
Junior high school summer workshop ac- 
tivities in science. H Points 25:23-31 D '43 
(ed) See New York (city) Board of educa- 
tion. Science curriculum and the war 
AMES, Newell S. 
High school pupils help war emergency 
agencies. Bus Ed World 23:619 Je '43 
AMES. Polly 
Art teacher at work. Progres Ed 18:458-60 D 
•41 
AMES, Viola Caprez 
Factors related to high-school achievement. 
bibliog J Ed Psychol 34:229-36 Ap '43 
AMES, Iowa 

Public schools 
Keying the schools to the war emergency. 
Ij. a. Steger. Am Sch Bd J 105:16-17 Jl '42 
Onward to victory [mimeographed] 20p 25c 
'42 Ames. Bd. of ed. 
AMHERST, Ohio 

High school 
Science department approaches a problem. A. 
W. Engle and F. R. Powers. Am Sch Bd J 

102:5S+ Je '41 

AMHERST college 
Amherst diary. 1853-1S57. W. O. Carr. $1.35 
'40 F. O. Spinney, 61 Edgewood av. New 
Haven. Conn. 
AMICK, H. Spence. See Dean. R. B. Jt. auth. 
AMIDES 

.See also 
Sulfanilamide 
AMIDON, Beulah Elizabeth (Mrs Paul RatllfT) 
Future of CCC and NY'A. Survey Midmonthly 
77:351-2 D '41 



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AMIDON, Beulah Elizabeth — Continued 
Woman's place in the defense program. Ed 
Rec 22:403-13 Jl '41 
AMIDON, Edna Phyllis 

Family living and our schools. Nat Ed Assn 

Proc i:t41:166-7 
(comp) Selected bibliography on the school 

lunch. Sell Executive 63;44 Mr '44 
— See Bradbury, D. E. Jt. auth. 
— and Drenckhahn, V. V. 

Make the school lunch educational. Sch Ex- 
ecutive 63:45-7 Mr '44 
AMIG, Margaret C. 
Device for teaching locus. Math Teach 34: 
279 O '41 
AMIGHETTI, Francisco 

Art travel impressions of our neighboring 
countries: wiUi Spanish tr. Sch Arts 41:256- 
S+ Ap '42 
AMINOBENZENE sulfonamide. See Sulfanil- 
amide 
AMIS. Otis C. 
Essential tasks during and after the war. 

Nation's Sch 30:45-6 Ag '42 
Instruction that is effective in teaching de- 
mocracy. Sch & Soc 56:244-6 S 19 '42 
It's a story of growth. Nation's Sch 29:45-6 
Ap '42 

AVhat is democratic educational administra- 
tion? Sch & Soc 55:387-90 Ad 4 '42 
AMISH Mennonites. See Mennonites 
AMMERMAN, Mrs Kathleen G. 
As children view religious education. Childh 

Ed 19:344-8 Ap '43 
Importance of imagination and observation 
in developing the language arts program. 
Nat El Prin 20:510-15 Jl '41 
AMMON, W. H. 
Wood lathe turning-tool kit on wheels. Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 30:406 N '41 
AMMONIA 
Lecture experiment on the synthesis and 
combustion of ammonia. F. Fromm. J Chem 
Ed 19:230 My '42 
Simple demonstration of the oxidation of 
ammonia to nitric acid. S. S. Hauben and 
R. S. Siegei. diag J Chem Ed 20:166 Ap '43 
AMMONIA-soda process. See Sodium car- 
bonates — Manufacture 
AMMONIUM carbamate 
Phase diagrams and the mass law. T. R. 
Briggs. J Chem Ed 20:484-7-)- O '43 
AMMONIUM compounds 
Demonstration of adsorption. G. W. Smith, 
diag J Chem Ed 18:432 S '41 
AMNER, Floyd Dewey 
Hispanic American magazines, bibliog His- 
pania 25:405-14 D '42 

Language placement tests in Ohio colleges. 

Mod Lang J 26:109-12 F '42 
Million subscriptions for Spanish American 
magazines! Hispania 25:414 D '42 
AMOEBA. See Ameba 
AMON, J. Clyde, and Hoopes, E. M. 
Challenge to teachers of science. Pittsburgh 
Sch 16:233-41 My '42 
AMONETTE, Henry L. 
Private vocational schools. (In National so- 
ciety for the study of education. Forty- 
second yearbook, pt 1. p352-62) 
AMORI, Joseph A. 
Why junior college students withdraw. Jun 
Col J 12:18-24 S '41 
AMORY, Mississippi 

High school 
High school defense administration. T. N. 
Touchstone. Sch Activities 13:306-8 Ap '42 
AMOS, Thyrsa Wealhtheow 
Obituary 

Nat A!5sn Deans Women J 5:47 O '41. 
I. E. Voigt 

AMOSS, Harold Edwin 
Education for a better world. Sch (El ed and 

Sec ed) 31:558-61. 663-6, (El ed) 810-12, 
(Sec ed) 801-4, (El ed) 921-4 Mr-Je '43 
Rhythmic arithmetic in the primary school. 
200p $1.25 '42 Ryerson press 



AMPLIFIERS 
Demonstration of voltage amplification with 

a cathode-ray oscillograph. F. L. Talbott. 

11 diag Am J Physics 11:226-7 Ag '43 
AMSBERRY, R. L. 
Factors which contribute toward regular 

attendance in tlie comprehensive adult 

schools. Ag Ed M 15:131 Ja '43 
Youth survey suggests program changes. 'Ag 

Ed M 15:174 Mr '43 
AMSDEN, R. L. 
American schools make good neighbors 

better. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 26:77-82 

D '42 
AMSLER, Robert W. 
Aid to teachers of speech. Tex Outl 25:36 

S '41 
AMUSEMENTS 
Autumn fun for the family. Nat Parent Teach 

38:18 O '43 
Entertainment as education. E. Dale. Mont 

Ed 18:2-3 N '41 
Family fun. E. M. King, ed. See monthly 

numbers of Parents' magazine 
Let them play. C. B. Lambert and R. Shoe- 
maker, bibliog pa 40c '43 Play sch. assn, 

1841 Broadway, N.Y. 23 
Playleaders' manual. M. E. Mulac. bibliog 

'41 Harper 
Three-M's. Recreation 35:354-f- S '41 

See also 
Books and reading Play 

Games Radio broadcasting 

Mathematical recre- Recreation 

ations Sports 

Moving pictures Theater 

ANABLE, Raymond J. 

Philosophical psychology; a text for under- 
graduates. 254p $2 '41 Fordham univ. press, 

E Fordham rd. N.Y. 
ANAGRAMS 
Antiquarian's corner. M. Nurnberg. H Points 

25:58 O '43 
Contrasting approaches in problem-solving. 

S. S. Sargent. J Ed Psychol 33:310-16 Ap 

'42 

ANALYSIS charts. See Reports and records 
ANALYTIC chemistry. See Chemistry, Analytic 
ANALYTIC geometry. See Geometry, Analytic 
ANATOLIA college 

Man must have a country. H. C. Tracy. 
Common Ground 1 no2:48-53 '41 
ANATOMY 

See also 

Brain 

Nervous system 

Physiology 

Laboratory manuals 

Anatomy and physiology laboratory guide. E. 
J. Farris. 3d ed rev pa $1.60 '41 Lippincott 

Laboratory guide to the study of develop- 
mental anatomy. A. B. Leonard, pa $1.50 
'41 Burgess 

Laboratory manual in Euiatomy ajid physi- 
ology. E. C. Earle. pa $1.25 '41 F. A. Davis 
CO. 1914 Cherry st, Philadelphia 

Laboratory manual in anatomy and physi- 
ology. C. E. Stackpole and L. C. Leavell. 
pa $1.50 '41 Macmillan 

Teaching 

First lessons in anatomy. M. S. Gilbert, il 
Par M 16:22-3-1- D '41 

Teaching aids and devices 
Low-cost laboratory materials. L. L. Deim- 
ler. American Journal of Nursing 41:1036-8 
S '41 

Teaching methods 
Lecture-demonstration method of teaching. 
T. W. Steen and E. T. James. Jun Col J 
12:95-7 O '41 

ANCESTRY. See Heredity 
ANCHIETA, Jose de 

A vida e as obras de Jos6 de Anchieta. D. L. 
Hamilton. " bibliog Hispania 26:407-24 D '43 
ANCIENT history. See History. Ancient 
ANCIENT languages 
See also 
Oriental languages 



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AND so we teach in a world of war; contribu- 
tors: W. H. Kilpatrlck [and others] 26p 
pa 10c '42 Teachers col. Elementary ed. 
group 
ANDERSEN, Arthur Oiaf 
ArrunKinK music for your school band. Etude 
fil:!i5 + , 165+ F-Mr '43 
ANDERSEN, Hans Christian 

I.,ittle match Rirl: .study of a rcQuired classic. 

F. M. Kich. Grade Teach 61:37 Ja '44 

ANDERSEN, Holger Witmer, and Andersen. 

I. E. 

("liai>-up campaign. Tex OutI 26:37-8 My '42 

Fourth grade begins to write poetry. Instr 

52:12+ My '43 
Fourth grade has a speech choir. J Ed 125: 

152-4 My '42 
Third grade gives a poetry program. J Ed 
125:16-17 Ja '42 
— and Cooke, D. H. 

Wiio pays the teacher? when school districts 

consolidate. Nation's Sch 29:27-8 My '42 
— Sec- Cooke, D. H, jt. auth. 
ANDERSEN, Mrs Holger Witmer. See Ander- 
sen, I. E. 
ANDERSEN, Inez Elliott (Mrs Holger Witmer 
Andersen) 
Little bov who had llie bis-head; story. Grade 

Teach 59:22+ Je '42 
— See Andersen, H. W. jt. auth. 
ANDERSEN, Martin Perry 
Group discussion as a phase of adult edu- 
cation in rural Wisconsin. Adult Ed B 5: 
125-30 Je '41 
ANDERSEN, Ruth 

Town reports are useful. Soc Ed 6:265-6 O '42 
ANDERSON, Agnes J. See Abell, M. jt. auth. 

ANDERSON, Agnes M. 

First introduction to astronomy. Sci Ed 26: 
196-7 D '42 
ANDERSON, Alfred O. 

Militarv drill and the physical fitness pro- 
gram. J Health & Phys Ed 14:160 Mr '43 
ANDERSON. Alphild Helen 
All roads lead to Denver. Am Childh 27:39 

Je '42 
New elementary school facilities in Denver 
are result of increased population. Am Sch 
Bd J 108:42-5 Ja '44 
Public relations and the war. Nat Ed Assn 

Proc 1942:106-7 
You're a mile high ... in Denver, host to 
N.E.A. convention, June 27-July 2. Instr 
51:9 My '42 
ANDERSON, Alvin H. 

Pre-flight training. Wis J Ed 75:153-4 N '42 

ANDERSON, Ann Roe 

Peggy and Bob make Christmas trees. Instr 
52:37 D '42 
ANDERSON, Arthur M. 

How one school reduced its fuel oil consump- 
tion. Sch Manag 13:163 P '44 
ANDERSON, Camilla May 

Phvsiolc?ii?al factors in success and failure. 
Nat Assn Deans Women J 5:13-18 O '41 
ANDERSON, Charles Albert 
Collese in the modern world. Christian Ed 

26:88-93 D '42 
DitHculties to be overcome in realizing the 
ideal of Christian education. Christian Ed 
25:95-8 D '41 
ANDERSON, Charles Arnold. See Bowman, M. 

J. jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, Charles R. and Bull, E. M. 
Machine shop occupations. Baltimore B Ed 
19:77-8 N '41 
ANDERSON, Chester Reed 
Problems and issues with reference to teach- 
ing procedures in business writing. (In 
National business teachers association. 
Problems and is.sues in business education; 
seventh yearbook. p232-7) 
Senior B.E.W. project in letter writing, por 
Bus Ed World 22:299-300 D '41 
ANDERSON, Clarence Scott 

Common spelling and grammatical errors 
found in project record books, por Ag Ed M 
16:195+ Ap '43 
Pennsylvania evaluates its local programs 
of vocational education in agriculture, por 
Ag Ed M 15:87 N '42 



ANDERSON, D. S. 
Future of technical colleges. Nature 162:388 

O 2 '43 
Training for industry. Times Ed Sup 1371:373 
Ag 9 '41 
ANDERSON, Daisy Louise 
Local materials for Virginia schools, blb- 
liog Va J Ed 36:352-4 My '43 
ANDERSON, Dice Robins 
College women and the national crisis. So 

Assn Q 5:338-41 Ag '41 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 56:407 O 31 '42 
ANDERSON, Donald Benton. See Meyer, B. S. 

jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, Dorothy Mitchell 

What about petting? Par M 18:26-7+ Ag '43 
ANDERSON, Dwight 
Alcohol and public opinion. Rellg Ed 39:17-21 
Ja '44 
ANDERSON, Earl L. 
County library in Wiscon.sin. Wis J Ed 74: 
1S4+ D '41 
ANDERSON, Earl William 
Changes in administrative positions In Ohio 
public schools. Ed Hes B 22:96-8+ Ap '43 
Comparison salary schedule provisions In 
Ohio cities, exempted villages, and schools 
under county supervision, tjhio Sch 20:247 
Je '42 
Salary schedules in Ohio city schools, por 

Ohio Sch 20:71+ F '42 
Teaching opportunities in 1942. Ed Res B 22: 

55-6 F '43 
—See Eliassen, R. H: Richey, R. W. jt. 
auths. 
■ — and Eliassen, R. H. 
Teacher supply and demand, bibliog R Ed 
Res 13:213-17 Je '43 
— and others 

Teaching opportunities of 1941. Ed Res B 

21:41-5+ F '42 
Teaching opportunities in 1943. Ed Res Bui 
23:69-72 Mr '44 
ANDERSON, Edna Christine 

Students of the town. Col Engl 3:390-8 Ja 
■42 
ANDERSON, Edward Eric 
Externalization of drive: effect of satiation 
and removal of reward at different stages 
in the learning process of the rat. Pedagog 
Sem 59:359-76 D '41 
Externalization of drive; maze learning by 
non-rewarded and by satiated rats, bibliog 
Pedagog Sem 59:397-425 D '41 
Sex differences in timidity in normal and 
gonadectomized rats, bibliog Pedagog Sem 
50:139-53 S '41 
— and others 

Wilson college studies in psychology; a com- 
parison of tlie Wechsler-Bellevue, revised 
Stanford-Binet, and American council on 
education tests at the college level, bibliog 
J Psychol 14:317-26 O '42 
ANDERSON. Edward L. 
Stephen Vincent Ben6t's Western star. Engl 

J 33:146-8 Mr '44 
Suggestions for tiie teaching of Wordsworth. 
Engl J 32:159-60 Mr '43 
ANDERSON, Einar J. 
Politics is out: how a school district in 
Illinois took the politics out of its school- 
board election. Am Sch Bd J 103:20 Jl '41 

School makes movie, movie sells school. Na- 
tion's Sch 29:24-5 My '42 
ANDERSON, Ellen 
Home and school relationships. H Points 25: 
52-3 S '43 
ANDERSON, Ernest R. 
Georgia's 22,000 teachers get 25 per cent 
increase in salary. Ara Sch Bd J 105:43+ 
D '42 
School fire-insurance premiums and indem- 
nities in Georgia, Am Sch Bd J 103:68 Ag 
'41 
ANDERSON, Esther M. 

U.-5eful mats. Instr 53:33 Mr 'H 
ANDERSON, Esther Sanfreida. See Link, J. T. 

jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, Ethel 
Ye oldc gift shop. Grade Teach 60:37+ D 
'42 



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71 



ANDERSON, Evelyn 

Classrooms at work. Tex OutI 27:23-4 Ap '43 
ANDERSON, Florence V. 
Modern objective tests; American literature. 
Grade Teach 61:62-3 N '43 
ANDERSON, Forrest A. 
Industry's challenge to chemical education. 
J Chem Ed 18:471-3 O '41 
ANDERSON, Forrest Nelson 
How mental hygiene clinics help the teacher 
in the development of personality. Ed 61: 
632-5 Je '41 
ANDERSON, G. Lester 

Aviation and the curriculum. Minn J Ed 

23:68 O '42 
Reactions of Minnesota college freshmen to 
their first year of college experience. (In 
Minnesota. University. Committee on edu- 
cational research. Studies in higher educa- 
tion. p41-51) 
Studies in the psychology of learning. See 
Studies in the psychology of learning 
— and Berning, T. J. 

What happens to high school graduates? (In 
Minnesota. University. Committee on edu- 
cational research. Studies in higher educa- 
tion, p 15-40); Summary. Ed Digest 7:9-11 
Ja '42 
— and others 

Adapting the high school to wartime and 
postwar needs. (Modern sch. curriculum 
.«er. no 1) 53p pa 50c '43 Univ. of Minn. 
pre.?s 
ANDERSON, Genevieve 
Adjusting basic instruction in reading to in- 
dividual differences in the middle grades: 
recent experiments. (In Conference on 
reading. Adjusting reading programs to 
individuals, p H3-8) 
Adjusting basic instruction in reading to 
individual differences in the primary 
grades; recent experiments. (In Conference 
on reading. Adjusting reading programs to 
individuals, p 137-42) 
ANDERSON, Geraldine W. See Higley. A. B. 

jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, Gordon V. See Darley, J. G. jt. 

auth. 
ANDERSON, Grace 

Fiuidamental objectives in teaching litera- 
ture. (In Kentucky. University. Proceed- 
ings of the eighteenth einnual educational 
conference, p 127-33) 
ANDERSON, Hanson H. 

Speed up for war. Nation's Sch 32:42 D '43 
ANDERSON, Harold Homer 
Emotions: liability or asset? Nat Parent 

Teach 38:7-9 Mr '44 
Working together. Childh Ed 18:51 O '41 
ANDERSON, Harold Victor, and Hazlehurst, T. 
H. jr 
Qualitative analysis. (Prentice-Hall chemistry 
ser) 3d rev ed 266p il diags $3.70; to 
schools $2.75 '41 Prentice-Hall 
ANDERSON, Hazel M. 
Laboratory school of the Indiana state teach- 
ers college in the area of a recreational 
program. Teach Col J 12:85-6 Mr "41 
ANDERSON, Helen E. 
Kole of the rural school in the citizenship 
program. Mid Sch 57:212 Mr '43 
ANDERSON, Henry Schuyler 
Obituary 

.T Health & Phys Ed 13:181 Mr '42. D. 
Auiswor^h 
ANDERSON, Homer Willard 
Development of scientific techniques for the 
.selection of personnel. (In Chicago. Uni- 
versity. Department of education. Pro- 
ceedings of the tenth annual Conference 
of administrative officers of public and 
private schools, p 147-55) 
Mobilizing schools on the home front. Am 
Sch Bd J 106:16 F '43; Same cond. Mid 
Sch 57:151 Ja '43 
Program for youth, work — learn — save. Na- 
tion's Sch 31:26 Mr '43 
School libraries and the war. Am Lib Assn 

B 36:480-5 Ag '42 
School library and war savings. Am Lib 

Assn B 37:96-7 Mr '43 
Schools at war. Nation's Sch 30:28 N '12 



Significance of the home front in the war 
savings program. J Ed Soc 16:273-8 Ja 
'43 
Director of education section of U.S. Treasury 
department appointed. Ed Vic 1:18 O 1 
•42 
Important court decision regarding a super- 
intendent's tenure. W. C. Bagley. Sch & 
Soc 57:591-2 My 22 '43 
Portrait 

Am Sch Bd J 104:50 Ap '42 
Am Sch Bd J 106:42 Mr '43 
Ul Ed 30:217 Mr '42 
Nation's Sch 29:3 F '42 
Sch Executive 61:19 Mr '42 
Sketch. Nation's Sch 29:13 Mr '42 
ANDERSON, Howard Richmond 
Education and the world situation. Nat Ed 

Assn Proc 1941:114-15 
Education for what? Social Ed 7:257-8 O '43 
Evaluation and appraisal in the social 

studies, bibliog R Ed Res 11:465-72 O '41 
National emergency — what shall we do? Nat 

Ed Assn Proc 1941:541-5 
(ed) See National council for the social 
studies. Teaching critical thinking in the 
social studies 
— and Forsyth, Elaine 

Historical perspective on our teaching of the 
first World war. bibliog f Soc Ed 6:109-14 
Mr '42 
ANDERSON, Hurst Robins 
Educational guidance clinic. Am Assn Col 

Reg J 18:32-5 O '42 
Registrar and the faculty adviser. Am Assn 

Col Keg J 17:339-47 An '42 
Rethinking tlie college speech curriculum. 

Q J Speech 29:354-9 O '43 
Work.shop in higher education. J Higher Ed 
13:139-41-1- Mr '42 
ANDERSON, Irving Howard 
Ophthalm-o-graph and metron-o-scope evalu- 
ated in the light of recent research on the 
psychology of reading, bibliog f Teach Col 
J 12:60-3 Ja '41 
— and Dearborn, W. F. 

Reading ability as related to college achieve- 
ment. J Psychol 11:387-96 Ap '41 
ANDERSON, J. H. See Mims, S. K. jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, J. I. 
Sawdust trap for circular saws. Ind Arta 
& Voc Ed 30:301 S '41 
ANDERSON, J. Russell 

Problems and issues with reference to teach- 
ing procedures in distributive education: 
salesmanship. (In National business teach- 
ers association. Problems and issues in 
business education: seven tit yearbook. p276- 
S) 
ANDERSON, James Thomas 
Changing social aims in the education of 
teachers. (In American association of teach- 
ers colleges. Twentieth yearbook, 1941. 
p 19-24) 
ANDERSON, Jeanetta Olive 

Critique of general semantics: two times two 
is the same for everybody, but one never 
is . . . bibliog f Q J Speech 29:187-95. 468- 
73 Ap, D '43 
ANDERSON, John 

Time. J Eng Ed 33:663-9 My '43 
ANDERSON, John Alvin 
Transfer student — a junior college viewpoint. 
Am Assn Col Reg J 17:618-24 Jl '42 
ANDERSON, John D. 

Research in extra-curricular activities, bib- 
liog f Sch Activities 14:125-7 D '42 
ANDERSON. John Edward 
Moving toward maturity. Nat Parent Teach 
38:10-12 Ap '44 

Principles of growth and maturity in lan- 
guage. El Engl R 18:250-4-1- N '41; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 7:24-6 F '42 

Relation of emotional behavior to learning, 
bibliog (In National society for the study 
of education. Porty-flrst yearbook, pt2. p333- 
52) 
ANDERSON, Kenneth E. 

War time nursery school. Minn J Ed 23:215 
F '43 
ANDERSON, L. W. 

Biolo£;.y class led town fight against mosqui- 
toes. Clearing House 17:267-70 Ja "43 



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ANDERSON, L. V/.— Continued 
Conservation fair: a wartime school-com- 
munity project. Clearing House 18:329-31 
F '44 
ANDERSON, Leila 
Attitude of rural young people toward the 
church. Relig Ed 37:34-40 Ja '42 
ANDERSON, Lulu B. 

Placement services In colleges and universi- 
ties. See United States. Office of education 
ANDERSON, M. Margaret 

Colleges and courses. Common Ground 1 

no2:81-5 '41 
Language teaching and the high schools. 
Common Ground 3 no2:110-13 "43; Same. 
Hlspanla 26:201-4 My '43 
Warren Brown attacks the Negro press. J 
Nek-ro Rd 12:2311-41 Ap '43 
ANDERSON, Margaret 
Girls' weeli at Jamestown. Nation's Sch 28:32 
S '41 
ANDERSON, Margaret F. 
Clara Barton and the Red cross; play. Grade 
Teach 60:50-1 Ja '43 
ANDERSON, Marian H. 
Christmas in Mother Goose land; play. Am 
Chilrth 29:26-7 D '43 
ANDERSON, Martha 

Visit of Ladv I'ain: a Mother Goose play. 
Tnstr 51:36-f Ap '42 
ANDERSON, Mary Lee, and others 

Stanford university workshop: social educa- 
tion for victory and postwar reconstruc- 
tion. So Assn Q 7:441-6 N '43 
ANDERSON, Mary Raleigh 

Protestant mission schools for girls in South 
China (1827 to the Japanese invasion) 
[thesis! 365p 11 $2 '43 The auth. 101 S Car- 
lin St. Mobile IS, Ala. 
ANDERSON, Mary Ready 
Cafeteria-laboratory. J Home Econ 35:572 N 
'43 
ANDERSON, Maxwell 
Maxwell Anderson. A. Harris. Mad Q 4:30-44 

Ja '44 
Maxwell Anderson: the tragedy of attrition. 

H H. Watts. Col Engl 4:220-30 Ja '43 
Theory and practice in Maxwell Anderson's 
poetic tragedies. A. M. Sampley. Col Engl 
5:412-18 My '44 
ANDERSON, Myron Sallee 

Experiment in adult education. Sch & Soc 

56:397-401 O 31 '42 
Modernized Bible study for youth. Christian 
Ed 27:32-8 S '43 
ANDERSON, Paul L. 

Immediate necessities. Mont Ed 19:2-f- Ja '43 
ANDERSON, Paul Russell 
Issues confronting the colleges. Assn Am Col 
Bui 30:285-97 My '44 
ANDERSON, R. 
General secretary of the National association 
of schoolmasters appointed. Times Ed Sup 
1366:311 Jl 5 '41 
White paper. Times Ed Sup 1473:355 Jl 24 '43 
ANDERSON, Robert le. See Le Anderson, R. 
ANDERSON, Roy Nels 

Counseling youth for wartime Jobs, biblios 

Teach Col Rec 44:319-26 F '43 
Review of clerical tests (1929-1942) Occupa- 
tions 21:654-60 My '43 
ANDERSON, Ruth H. 

Aspect.s of developmental reading. Calif J 
Sec Ed 17:472-4 D '42 
ANDERSON, Mrs Ruth H. 
Skills for social living. Ed Leadership 1:144-7 
D '43 
ANDERSON, Ruth Irene 
Webster changes his mind. Bsns Ed World 
24:14-16 S '43 
ANDERSON, Sherwiood 

Storyteller role. R. H. Barker. Col Engl 3: 
433-42 F '42 
ANDERSON, Stella 

Sixtli-crade citizenship club. Nat El Prin 22: 
480-5 Jl '43 
ANDERSON, Theodore W. 
New approach to teaching arithmetic In the 
upper grades. Sch Scl & Math 44:70-8 Ja 
'44 



ANDERSON, Theresa W. 
Rope Jumping. J Health & Phys Ed 16:196- 

7-f Ap '44 
Study of the use of visual aids In basket 

shooting. Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec 

Res Q 13:532-7 D '42 
ANDERSON, Vernon Ellsworth 

AU-or-none theory of education as applied 

lo American life to-day. Sch & Ssoc 54:426- 

31 N 15 '41: Same cond. Ed Digest 7:12-14 

D '41 

Inaugurating a Junior college. Nation's Sch 

28:55-6 O '41 
Status and trends of teacher tenure In the 

United States. Ed Adm & Sup 27:411-19 

S '41 

Youth programs — In retrospect, btblloe t Phi 
Delta Kappan 25:117-20 F '43 
ANDERSON, Virgil Antris 

Speech needs and abilities of prospective 
leacher.s. Q J Speech 30:221-5 Ap '44 
ANDERSON, W. E. See Corbett. T. I. Jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, W. H. company, Cincinnati 

Ohio school laws, annotated; with forms and 
suggestions for their execution, bv the pub- 
lisher's editorial staff, 929, 42p with 1941 
sup $3.50 The co, 524 Main st. Cincinnati 
ANDERSON, Walter Alexander 

Education toda.v in Montana. See monthly 
numbers of Montana education November 
1943- 

National teacher examinations: a criticism. 
Childh Ed 18:179-81 D '41 

New teacher must not be overlooked. BM 
Meth 22:81-5 N '42 

Problems facing accrediting aissoclatlona. (In 
Northwest association of secondary and 
higher schools. Proceedings, 1943. p47-8) 

School supervision in wartime. Ed 63:327-9 
F '43 

Summer educational workshops. Mont Ed 19: 
2+ My '43 

Summer's reading program: elementary edu- 
cation. Am Teach 26:17 My '42 

— See MeSwain. E. T. Jt. ed. 
— and Krug, E. A. 

Ivorv towers fall. Ed Leadership 1:133-9 D 
'43 
ANDERSON, William 

American government. (Am. political science 
ser) rev ed 922p $4 '42 Holt 

Political science, economics, and public 
policy. American Economic Review 34:sup 
77-85" Mr '44 
ANDERSON, William Gilbert 

Tribute to R. Tait McKenzie. J Health & 
Phys Ed 15:53-4 F '44 
ANDERSON, William H. Jr 

Teacher planning for enrichment of child's 
experience. Nat El Prin 22:36-7 O '42 

—See Wilkin.s. W. D. Jt. auth. 
ANDERSON, Winslow Samuel 

Colleges go to war. (In Northwest associa- 
tion of secondary and higher schools. Pro- 
ceedings, 1943. p49-53) 

Questions for a modern college. Christian Ed 
26:196-202 Mr '43 
ANDERSON, Indiana 

High school 
510 assistants. M. E. Thurston. Clearing 

House 17:288-9 Ja '43 
Teaching English to high-school children 
with elementary-school reading ability. M. 
E. Thurston, bibliog Sch R 50:423-31 Je 
'42 
ANDERZHON, Mamie L. 
Man who urged the nation to plant more 
trees: J. Sterling Morton — founder of Arbor 
day— 1832-1902. J Geog 41:303-9 N "42 
ANDES. Mabel Lois. See Todhunter, E. N. Jt. 
auth. 

ANDISON, John Gordon 

Wliat sliould a student entering the univer- 
sity know about French? Sch (Sec ed) SO: 
S40-5 Jo '42 
ANDOFF, J. E. , , „ ^ 

Guidance in a small secondary school. Sch 
(Sec ed) 30:512-15 F '42 



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73 



ANDOVER, Massachusetts 

Public schools 
Andover school-entrance test. G. H. Kent. J 
Ed Psychol 35:108-19 P '44 
ANDOVER academy, Andover, Massachusetts. 

See Phillips academj' 
ANDREE, Robert G. 
Six errors about work experience. Clearing 

House 16:518-20 My '42 
Training youth for intelligent membership in 

labor unions. Clearing House 17:3-5 S '42 
— See Buckley, H. A; Laurence, S. K. jt. 
auths. 
ANDRES, Cecil Freeman 
Child welfare in Arizona, por Ariz Teach 
Par 31:7-8 Ap '43 
ANDRES, Edward M. and Cocanower, C. D. 
Economics and the consumer; with the edi- 
torial collaboration of L.. P. Mitchell. 553p 
bibliog il diags $3.50 '42 Houghton 
ANDRESS, James Mace 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 55:183 F 14 '42 
ANDREWS, Benjamin Richard 
Consunier education, bibliog f Teach Col Rec 

43:199-210 D '41 
Home and school gardens and education. 

Teach Col Rec 44:391-8 Mr '43 
Home economics date lines in consumer edu- 
cation, por Prac Home Econ 19:202-5 Je '41 
Household employee. J Home Econ 34:158-60 

Mr '42 
Sarah Louise Arnold, 1859-1943. J Home 

Econ 35:339-40 Je "43 
Walking into wisdom. Sch & Soc 55:696 Je 20 

•42 
War housing management: housing and edu- 
cation. Teach Col Rec 44:28-9 O '42 
Workshop methods in family life education. 

J Home Econ 36:269-70 My '4J 
Tour money — and your war! Prac Home Econ 
21:53-4 F '43 
ANDREWS, Charles Luther 
Graph of the lens equation in three variables. 
Am J Physics 11:293-6 O '43 
ANDREWS, Charles McLean 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 58:209 S 18 '43 
ANDREWS, Edward Wyllys 
Looking ahead; choosing and preparing for a 
vocation. (Basic social ed. ser) 48p il pa 
32c '41 Row 
ANDREWS, Emily Russell 
Is a games program sufflcient to obtain 
physical fitness? J Health & Phys Ed 15: 
262-1- My '44 

ANDREWS, Mrs Fannie Fern (Phillips) 
Research library of Fannie Fern Andrews 
a gift to Harvard university. Sch & Soc 
56:348 O 17 '42 
ANDREWS, J. P. See Barrer, R. M. jt. auth. 
ANDREWS, James Clarence 

Why teach nutrition? H Sch J 27:6-9 Ja 
■44 
ANDREWS, John Nelson 
Junior colleges and national defense. Jun Col 

J 12:389-98 Mr '42 
Selective service and the schools. (In Ameri- 
can association of school administrators. 
Official report. 1942. p208-18); Summary. 
Ed Digest 7:30-2 My '42 
Ten democratic attitudes. Am Sch Bd J 106: 
26 Ap '43 
ANDREWS, John R. 
Motivating creative writing through publica- 
tion. Tex Outl 25:55-6 D '41 
ANDREWS, Lois C. 

All out for defense; play. Instr 51:35 Ap '42 
ANDREWS, Louella 
Tale of Jimmy Mouse. Am Childh 28:54-5 
S; 54-5 O; 50-2 N '42 
ANDREWS, Margaret E. 
Co-operative work project, por Bus Ed World 

22:902-3 Je '42 
Relationship between reading ability and in- 
terest scores. J Ed Psychol 33:138-43 F '42 
War typewriting course, por Bus Ed World 
23:285-7 Ja '43 
ANDREWS, Mrs Marjorie Womble 

Libran,- in .whools for the deaf. Library 
Journal 67:291-5 Ap 1 '42 



ANDREWS, Mrs Mary B. 
Third grade promotes safety. Nat El Prln 
22:205-7 Je '43 
ANDREWS, Raymond R. See Blick, D. J. jt. 

auth. 
ANDREWS, T. Gaylord 
Factorial analysis of responses to the comic 
as a study in personality. Journal of Gen- 
eral Psychology 28:209-24 Ap '43 
ANDRUS, Ethel Percy 
High school victory corps. J Ed Soc 16:231- 
40 D '42 
ANDRUS, Lawrence Russell 
Reporting a test. Mod Lang J 26:368-74 My 
•42 
ANDRUS, Milton H. 
Vocational ag courses handicap small 
schools. Nations Sch 33:49-50 Ap '44 
ANDRUS, Ruth 
Social development of children: how children 
live and grow and learn, bibliog (In Na- 
tional council for the social studies. Social 
studies in the elementary school; twelfth 
yearbook. p3-17) 
— and Moffitt, F. J. 

New challenges to education. N Y State Ed 
31:11-14-1- O '43 
ANDRUSS, Harvey Adolphus 
Adapting learning experiences to the needs 
and abilities of students. (In Eastern com- 
mercial teachers' association. Fourteenth 
yearbook. p311-lS) 
Better business education [by the auth] and 
members of the staff of the Dept. of busi- 
ness ed. State teachers col, Bloomsburg, 
Pa. $2 '42 Gregg 
How many teach? a ten year study of the 
placement of graduates. Peabody J Ed 19: 
335-42 My '42 
Keeping bookkeeping instruction in step 
with actual practice. Nat Ed Assn Proc 
1941:377 
Progress or panic? J Bsns Ed 19:7 F '44 
Teaching from the auditor's point of view. 

Nat Bus Ed Q 10:25-8-1- O '41 
Ways to teach bookkeeping and accounting. 
2d ed 321p bibliog $2.35 "43 South-western 
pub. 
ANDOJAR DE UMBACH, Dolores 

Correlating Spanish with other highschool 
subjects. Nat Ed Assn J 31:19-20 Ja '42 
ANECDOTAL records. See Personnel records 
ANELLO, Marion E. 
Junior college in these critical times. Jun 

Col J 12:11-17 S '41 
Perfume and rivets for victory. Jun Col J 
13:181-6 D '42 
ANGELA Elizabeth, Sister 
Services that Catholic women's colleges are 
rendering in the e.xistent emergency. Nat 
Cath Ed Assn Proc 1942:205-10 
ANGELL, Ernest 
Civilian morale: democracy's new line of 
battle. J Ed Soc 15:383-93 Mr '42 
ANGELL, James Rowland 
Ends of war and peace in education. Ed 

Forum 8:369-73 My '44 
Music and the Americas of tomorrow; ed. 

by J. Media, por Etude 61:775-6-1- D '43 
Radio as a safeguard of freedom in a democ- 
racy Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:170-3 
ANGELL, Sir Norman 
Political unity first. Nation 156:561-2 Ap 17 
'43; Same. Am Assn Univ Prof B 29:409-11 
Je '43 
ANGELL, Richard S. 
Functions of the college and university music 
library. (In Music teachers national asso- 
ciation. Proceedings, 1940. p 149-56J 
ANGELUS Raphael, Brother 
Special treatment for superior students In 
college. Cath Ed R 40:38-46 Ja '42 
ANGER 

Fear and anger in children. A. T. Jersild. II 
Nat Par-Teach 36:13-15 P '42 
ANGERER, Clarence Louis 
New supervised practice editor, por Ag Ed 
M 14:103 D '41 
— and Warren, S. W. 

Farm research narratives; the survey method 
of conducting research, pors Ag Ed M 14: 
4-6 Jl '41 



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ANGIOLILLO, Paul Francis Mathew 

French tor the feeble-minded: an experl- 

tnent. Mod I^anK J 2G:2(;C-71 Ap '42 

ANGLE, Trisection of. See Triscction of angle 

ANGLO-AMERICAN school, Bogota, Columbia 

Hifc'her education. G. K. Talt. Sch (Kl ed) 

3U:7C6-;i My '42 

ANGLO-SAXON language. See English lan- 

gimt'e (Old Entili.sh) 
ANGUS, D. R. 
Course in literature appreciation for the 
teclinology student. Col Engl 4:308-12 B' 

'r.i 
ANGUS, Samuel 
Obituary 

Sell .t See 5S:424 N 27 '43 
ANIMAL behavior (psychology) 

Exteriialization of drive: effect of satiation 

and removal of rewai d at different stages 

in the learning process of the rat. K. E. 

Anderson. Tedagog Sem 59:359-76 D '41 
Note on the r5Ie of vision in the feeding be- 
havior of white rats, S. C. Ericksen. bib- 

liog Pedagog Sem 60:177-82 Mr '42 
Study of cooperation, dominance, grooming, 

and other social factors in monkeys. C. J. 

Warden and W. Gait, bibliog Pedagog Sem 

63:213-33 D '43 
.See also 
Animal learning .Motivation (psy- 

Food preferences chology) 

Instinct Rats 

Maze learning Sex behavior 

ANIMAL electricity. See Electrophysiology 
ANIMAL husbandry. See Live stock 
ANIMAL intelligence 
See also 
Animal learning 
Rats 
ANIMAL learning 
Effect of varying the place of the fractional 

anticipatory-consummatory response upon 

the rate of acquiring a simple learning 

problem. R. H. Bruce, bibliog Pedagog Sem 

63:165-75 S '43 
Externalization of drive: effect of satiation 

and removal of reward at different stages 

in the learning process of the rat. E. E. 

Anderson. Pedagog Sem 59:359-76 D '41 
Motivation in learning: the effect of inter- 
posed obstacles in human learning. K. F. 

Muenzinger and D. O. Vine, bibliog diags 

Journal of Experimental Psychology 29:67- 

74 Jl '41 
Some studies in insight in white rats. C. C. 

Dove and .M. E. Thompson, diag Pedagog 

Sein 63:235-45 D '43 
Symbolic performance of rats in a. delayed 

alternation problem. R. R. Hunter, bibliog 

diags Pedagog Sem 59:331-57 D '41 
See also 
Maze learning 
ANIMAL psychology. See Animal behavior 

(psychology') : .Vnimal learning; PsychologJ'. 

Comparative 
ANIMAL stories 

Accident in the meadow. M. N. Morris, il Am 

Childh 27:51-2 Ap '42 
Animal town cafeteria. .M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 29:56-7 Mr '44 
A-no-ta, the horned toad. A. Chaffee, il 

Am Childh 27:50 O '41 
Anothei surprise for Bobby. B. C. Bowers. 

il Am Childh 28:51-2 Ja '43 
April fool joke. B. C. Bowers, il Am Childh 

2S:55-6 Ap '43 
Baldy learns to fly. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 

29:46-7 Ap '44 
Best hiding place. B. C. Bowers. 11 Am 

Childh 28-52-3 O '42 
Bewitched Meadow Mouse. M. N. Morris, il 

Am Childh 27:51 F '42 
Big Red the kidnaper. C. Whitney, il Am 

Childh 29:54-5 Ja '44 
Biscuits for breakfast. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 28:47-8 Ja '43 
Black Cat's valentine party. M. C. Potter. 

il Am Childh 27:54-5 F '42 
Black Gooney. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 28: 

45 N '42 

Bobby Rabbit and the picture. B. C. Bowers, 
il Am Childh 28:53-4 Je '43 



Bom-bom, the snail. E. B. Briggs. Instr 50: 

20-1 S '41 
Boomers and Mrs Bob. A. Chaffee. II Am 

Childh 29:46-7 My '44 
Bread and apple blossoms. M. C. Potter. II 

Am Childh 29:52-3 My '44 
Busy, the bunny. E. J. Eldridge. Am Childh 

29:56 O '43 
Caco, the ring-tailed cat. A. Chaffee. II Am 

Childh 27:48-9 Ja '42 
Camp robber. L. S. Graham and M. Wacker- 

barth. Am Childh 29:51 D '43 
Captain Toad. M. F. Hill. Grade Teach 59: 

21-2 Je '42 
Circus parade. B. C. Bowers, il Am Childh 

27:56-7 Je '42 
Coyotl, the clever one. A. Chaffee. II Am 

Childh 27:44-5 Je '42 
Crow who could talk. E. Wentworth. 11 

Grade Teach 61:18 N '43 
Dandy becomes a hero. 11 Grade Teach 61:20 

Mr '44 
Dash and Snap go to town. E. Wentworth. 

Grade Teach 61:22 O '43 
Dash finds a home. N. Goode. Instr 62:30-J- 

S '43 
Easter Bunny's spotted coat. M. C. Potter. 

il Am Childh 28:52-4 Ap '43 
Fall joke. B. C. IJowers. il Am Childh 27: 

54-5 O '41 
Farm babies. M. L. Sharkey. Instr 52:12 N '42 
Feathered folk of the Aleutians. A. Chaftee. 

il Am Childh 28:46-7 Je '43 
February joke. B. C. Bowers, il Am Childh 

28:54-5 F '43 
First of the month. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 27:55-6 Ap '42 
Flat-foot the Platy-pus. A. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 28:43-4 Ja '43 
Fluffy is careless; Fluffy catches cold. R. 

Naber. il Grade Teach 59:18 Mr '42 
Fluffy is polite. R. Naber. Grade Teach 60: 

19 Ap '43 
Gift for Mother Cat. R. Naber. il Grade 

Teach 59:20 My '42 
Helping paw. M. C. Potter, il Am Childh 29: 

52-3 Ap '44 
How Bertha Giraffe lost her voice. K. E. 

Nutley. il Grade Teach 60:18 Je "43 
How Tommy Toad helped Sally. M. C. Terry. 

il Am Childh 29:50 My '44 
Jacana. P. Perkins, il Am Childh 28:46 N 

•42 
Jar for a house. C. M. Lee. il Grade Teach 

59:20 O '41 
Jewel's bear. G. S. Coynne. 11 Instr 62:25-t- 

Je '43 
Joey Kangaroo and the eagle. D. Reynolds. 

il Am Childh 27:58 Mr '42 
June roses. M. C. Potter. 11 Am Childh 28: 

50-1 Je '43 
Kind-hearted little Porky. L. Johnston. Grade 

Teach 60:20-1 My '43 
Kitten for a day. E. Wentworth. Grade 

Teach 61:18 N '43 
Kooko and the rockie. .'V. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 27:47 N '41 
Krek the condor. A. Chaftee. il Am Childh 

27:44-5 D '41 
Lavendo. the purple cow. H. Levine. 11 Grade 

Teach 59:18-19 Mr '42 
Little Baa-sheep. E. B. Frazier. il Instr 53: 

22-f My '44 
Little Big-horn: the lamb of Chri.'^tmas 

mountain. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 29:48-9 

D '43 
Little dog lost. C. S. Bailey. Am Childh 27: 

55-6 Ja '42 
Little Fawn. U. P. Kilpatrick. Am Childh 

29:58-9 F '44 
Little Gib, tree-walker of the tropics. A. 

Chaffee, il Am Childh 29:44-5 N '43 
Little Looie Oolong. G. French, il Am Childh 

28:56-7 S '42 
Little old man with bulgy pockets. E. Par- 

rish. il Grade Teach 60:22 O '42 
Little stories of the farm. A. B Knight. 

Grade Teach 60:24-5 S '42 
Little white dog's new home. B. C. Bowers. 

il Am Childh 28:52-3 N '42 
Littlest camel gets thirsty. D. Reynolds. Am 

Childh 28:57-8 F '43 
Live dive-bomber; pter-an-o-don. A. Chaffee. 

Am Childh 2'J:47 Ja '44 
Look pleasant, please! M. C. Potter. II Am 

Childh 28:52-3 S '42 
Lupe. the elephant seal. A. Chaftee il Am 

Childh 27:46-7 Ap '42 



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75 



ANIMAL stories — Continued 
Ma-har-i of the Sahara. A. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 2S:46-7 My '43 
March wind's joke. M. C. Potter, il Am Chlidh 

28:54-6 Mr '43 
Merrv Christmas bells. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Ch:!dh 29:52-3 D '43 
Merry Robin's reception. B. C. Bowers. 11 Am 

Childh 27:56-7 Mr '42 
Mr Cat visits Mrs Hen. E. 'Wentworth. il 

Grade Teach 61:22 O '43 
Mr Owl talks too much. E. 'Wentworth. Grade 

Teach 61:23 O '43 
Mrs Bob White and her friends. G. B. 

Thomas, il Am Childh 27:53-4 Ap '42 
Mrs Goose forg-ets herself. M. C. Potter, il 

Am Childh 29:50-1 O '43 
Mrs Goose goes sailing. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 28:52-3 My '43 
Mrs Goose paints her kitchen. M. C. Potter. 

il Am Childh 27:51-3 O '41 
Mrs Goose's bicycle trip. M. C. Potter, il 

Am Childh 27:51-2 S '41 
Mrs Goose's ginger cakes. M. C. Potter. 11 

Am Childh 28:50-1 O '42 
Mrs Goose's new trvinlt. M. C. Potter, ii 

Am Childh 27:53-5 Ja '42 
Mr.s Goose's restless night. M. C. Potter, il 

Am Childh 29:48-9 N '43 
Mrs Goose's Thanksgiving tea. M. C. Potter. 

il Am Childh 27:51-3 N '41 
Mrs Nanny-Goat goes to work. C. S. Bailey. 

Am Childh 28:50-1 Ja '43 
Mrs Squirrel's nurse. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 27:54-5 Je '42 
Mothballs and mistakes. M. C. Potter, il 

Am Childh 28:48-9 N '42 
Mother Prairie Chicken fools Old Shep. M. 

M. 'Vander Boom. Am Childh 28:48-9 My '43 
Mother Tortoise knew best. H. M. Tripp. 

Grade Teach 59:20-1- My '42 
Mouse who went to school. K. E. Nutley. 

il Grade Teach 60:19-)- Je '43 
Musquash builds a house. A. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 29:46-7 O '43 
My dinner. C. M. Lee. Grade Teach 59:20 S 

'41 
Mystery at Mrs Goose's house. M. C. Potter. 

il Am Childh 29:50-1 .la '44 
North bear and south bear. K. E. Nutley. 

il Grade Teach 60:224- Ja '43 
Obadiah Bunnv's victory garden. H. Ceder- 

borg. il Instr 53:20 Ap '44 
O-vi-bos; the musk-o.K. A. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 29:46-7 F '44 
Peter Rabbit meets Winsome Bluebird. T. W. 

Burgess. Grade Teach 60:18 Ap '43 
Peter recovers his clothes. G. B. Thomas, il 

Am Childh 28:54-6 Je '43 
Philip's great surprise. N. M. Worden. Grade 

Teach 61:22 S '43 
Picnic. B. C. Bowers, il Am Childh 28:58-9 

S '42 
Piggie finds friends. E. Dillingham, il Grade 

Teach 60:25 S '42 
Puck, the pack rat. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 

27:49-50 My '42 
Puffv. Muffv. and Buffv. C. E. Bess. Grade 

Teach 59:20-1 S '41 
Puppy Dog helps Big Lion. B, F. Tice. il 

Grade Teach 59:21 S '41 
Pussy willows are out. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 27:54-5 Mr '42 
Quailie. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 28:46 O 

'42 
Queer creatures. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 

29:50 Mr '44 
Quetzal bird. G. Lagard. Am Childh 28:51- 

2 Je '43 
Rabbits that ran away. B. C. Bowers, il 

Am Childh 27:57-8 Ja '42 
Race of the caterpillar and honev bee. G. 

French, il Am Childh 28:54-5 Ja '43 
Raspberry jam. M. C. Potter, il Am Childh 

29:52-3 S '43 
Red-tail the hawk. M. N. Morris, il Am 

Childh 27:46 O '41 
Reddy Squirrel's fall. B. C. Bowers, il Am 

Childh 28:58-9 Mr '43 
Roly-poly. M. M. Williams, il Instr 51:18 F 

•42 
Shadow bird. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 27: 

46 D '41 
Sissy Goose takes over. E. W. Schlichter. il 

Instr 52:18 My '43 
■Skiing party. B. C. Bowers, il .-^.m Childh 

27:56-7 F '42 



Snow Baby, the harp seal. A. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 28:45-6 Ap '43 
Sonnv Elephant's adventure. M. McLean, il 

Grade Teach 59: 19 J- Mr '42 
Squeaky shoes. M. C. Potter, il Am Childh 

2S:52-3 F '43 
Storv of a real cat. E. M. Taylor, il Instr 

52 "20 .la '43 
Tailfeathers. M. C. Potter. Am Childh 29:52- 

3 F '44 
Tale of Jimmy Mouse. L. Andrews, il Am 

Childh 28:54-5 S; 54-5 O; 50-2 N '42 
T'ang of the teak forest. A. Chaffee, il Am 

Childh 28:48-9 F '43 
Teenv-teeny Ant helps White Rabbit. C. M. 

Lee. il Grade Teach 61:22 S '43 
Telltale paws. E. W. Schlichter. Instr 53:26-7 

F '44 
Theodore Bear. B. C. Bowers, il Grade Teach 

59:20-1 Je '42 
Those question marks. H. M. Hubbs. il Sch 

(El ed) 30:585-7 Mr '42 
Tippy finds a home. S. Conine, il Grade 

Teach 61:16-f- Ja '44 
To market, to market. M. C. Potter, il Am 

Childh 27:54-5 My '42 
24 Christmas presents. M. C. Potter, il 

Am Childh 28:48-9 D '42 
Uncle Joe's night helper. L. B. Spencer, il 

Grade Teach 59:21 Je '42 
Wee Baby Frog. C. M. Lee. Grade Teach 59: 

20 S '41 
Wliat Billy Moose could do best. J. Forsyth. 

il Instr 51:18-19 S '42 
What Morlin forgot. G. G. Thiel. Am Childh 

27:57-8 My '42 
When Buzzy Boy Bear was growly. G. M. 

North. Am Childh 29:55-6 My '44 
Whistler, the hoary marmot. A. Chaffee, il 

Am Childh 27:47-8 Mr '42 
wnv the chickadee wears a black cap. M. 

C. Terry. Grade Teach 61:19-f N '43 
Wise Mr Billy Goat. K. E. Nutley. il Grade 

Teach 60:21-1- N '42 
Yellow kitten goes to kindergarten. E. F. 

Bush. Grade Teach 61:18-19 F '44 
Yellow warbler's storv. M. N. Morris, il Am 

Childh 27:51 Je '42 

Bibliography 
Animal stories for primary grades. E. R. 

Taylor, comp. il Am Childh 28:14-15 Ap; 

14-16 My '43 
ANIMALS 
Ancestor animals. A. Chaffee, il Am Childh 

29:48-9 S '43 
Animals in your science program. G. O. 

Blough. il Instr 53:29 My '44 
Australian animals; curious animals of the 

land down under, il Grade Teach 60:35 Mr 

'43 
Biology' classroom zoo. S. O. Wilson. Sch Sci 

& Math 43:345-51 Ap '43 
I am a llama. N. Lee. II Am Childh 29:49 

S '43 
Language of animals. E. R. Adamson. Am 

Childh 29:51 Ap '44 
Some of our Australian neighbors. C. Way. 

il Am Childh 27:44-5 O '41 
Ree also 
Camels Monkeys 

Cats Muskrats 

Dogs Pets 

Guinea pigs Rabbits 

Lions Rats 

Mice Sheep 

Habits and behavior 
On keeping animals silent in peace and war. 
E. S. McCartney, bibliog f Class J 38:222-6 
Ja '43 
See also 
Nature study 

Protection 
Do we really teach kindness to animals? 

E. H. Harrison. Sch (El ed) 30:689-91 Ap '42 
Humane education. E. Latham, il Sierra Ed 

News 37:11 D '••l 
Humane education, a preventative against 

juvenile delinquency. J. Remington. Sch 

(Bl ed) 32:488-90 F '44 
Our activity unit on humane education. J. 

P. Dyer. Clearing House 18:420-1 Mr '44 



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ANIMALS— Continued 

Units of work 
Unit on animals. J. Stockard. il Instr 51:16- 
17+ S '42 

ANIMALS, Cotton 

Cotton modeling. M. M. Bearden. II dla^s 
Sell Arts 41:203 K '42 
ANIMALS, Protection of. See Animals — Pro- 
tection 
ANIMATED cartoons 

Animated cartoons Join the teachInK staff. 
P. H. Thomas. Calif J Sec Ed 19:15-23 Ja 
•44 

Cartoon movie project. D. Allen. II .Sch Arts 
41:24 S '41 

Educational values of animated cartoons. F. 
N. Brumbaush. Kl Engl R 19:163-4-(- My 
•42 

Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Join the 
colors, il Sch Arts 43:7-8 S ^43 

Walt Disney: Rreat teacher: his films for war 
are revolutionizing the technique of educa- 
tion. II Fortune 2G:90-5+ Ap '42 

Units of work 
How our first unit developed. I. E. Birdsall. 
il Inslr 52:17+ O '43 
ANIMISM 
Animism vs. evolution of the concept alive. 
M. Bruce, bibliog J Psychol 12:81-90 Jl 
'41 

Note concerning the procedure employed in 
investigating child animism. R. W. Russell 
and W. Dennis. Pedagog Sem 58:423 Je '41 

Piaget's questions applied to a child of 
known environment. W. Dennis. Pedagog 
Sem 60:307-20 Je '42 

Studies in animism: animism in older chil- 
dren. R. W. Russell. Pedagog Sem 60:329-35 
Je '42 
See also 

Fetishism 
ANKARA. University 

Faculty of science of the University of An- 
kara. Science 99:257 Mr 31 ^44 

Opening of faculty of science. Nature 153: 
247 F 26 '44 
ANN ARBOR, Michigan 

Mack school 
Social growth through participation. E. Avery 
and others. (In National education asso- 
ciation. Department of supervisors and di- 
rectors of instruction. Mental health in the 
classroom; thirteenth yearbook, p 198-209) 

Public schools 
Budget control of instructional supplies. C. 
C. Crawford. Nation's Sch 32:38-9 N ^43 
ANN ARBOR conference. See New education 

fellowship 

ANN J. Kellogg school. See Battle Creek, 

Michigan — Ann J. Kellogg school 
ANNA T. Jeanes foundation. See Jeanes. 

Anna T., foundation 
ANNAKIN, V. Dewey 

Some .■siprniflcant Armistice day observations. 

por Teach Col J 14:77-9+ Mr '43 
ANNAPOLIS naval academy. See United States 

naval academy 
ANNE Cawley, Sister. See Cawley, A. 
ANNOYANCES 
Environmental factors annoying to children. 

R. Zeligs. Sociology and Social Research 

25:549-56 Jl ^41 

ANNUAL reports. See Financial statements; 
Reports and records 

ANNUALS. See Student newspapers and peri- 
odicals 

ANNUNZIO, Gabriele d' 
Source of a poem by d'Annunzlo. E. G. Fay. 
French R 15:446-7 Mr '42 
ANSBACHER, Heinz Ludwig 
German war evacuation of children. Sch & 
Soc 54:470 N 22 '41 
ANSBERRY, Merle 

(ed) Current speech recordings. Q J Speech 
28:497-8 D "42 



ANSLEY, Alice 

Spon.sor ventures Into radio education. Assn 
Ed Itadio J 3:11 Mr '44 
ANSLEY, J. W. 
Education in postwar England. Ed Digest 
9:37-9 N '43 
ANSPACH, Charles LeRoy 
High noon; life has its meaningful hours. 
Vital Speeches 9:626-8 Ag 1 '43 
ANTHEIL, George 

He sliiill have music. Par M 16:40 O '41 
ANTHEMS, National. See National songs 
ANTHOLOGIES 

-Vnalytlcal and critical bibliography of an- 
thologies of poetry for children. J. E. 
Hrewton. pr-abody J Ed 19:114-23 N '41 
Helping children see poetry. C. T. Ryan. Am 

Childh 29:20-1 Jlr '44 
Plea for better anthologies. J. J. Parry. Col 

Engl 5:318-24 Mr '44 
Poetical paralysis. H. H. Wiggins. Engl J 

33:198-200 Ap '44 
Word for anthologies. A. HIbbard. Col Engl 
3:643-9 Ap '42 

ANTHONY, Amelia Edna 
Intensive and extensive reading In the sec- 
ondary school language course. French R 
16:497-500 My '43 
ANTHONY, Edward 
Trade your pencil for a gun. por Sch Arts 
42:182-4 F '43 
ANTHONY, Frank E. 
Jig-saw details. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:386, 

390-1; 31:24-5. 68-9 N '41, Ja-F '42 
Two cylinder air compressor. Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 31:331. 348-9, 392 O-N '42 
ANTHONY, Garner 
University in a free society. (Occasional 
paper no42) pa '43 Univ. of Hawaii, Divi- 
sion of pubs. Honolulu 
ANTHONY, Katy V. 
Greetings to the elementary principals, por 
Nat El Prin 21:68 D '41 
ANTHONY, M. Ernestine 

(comp) Select bibliography. J Ed Sociol 17: 
312-20 Ja '44 
ANTHONY, Susan Brownell 
Apostle of freedom. E. C. Fishburn and M. S. 
Fenner. por Nat Ed Assn J 31:49-50 F '42 
Susan B. Anthony, reformer and speaker. E. 
E. McDavitt. Q J Speech 30:173-80 Ap '44 
Susan B. Anthony; who worked for sixty 
years to secure rights for women; story. 
R. D. Moore, por Instr 51:20-1+ F '42 
They made our country great; February 
birthday stories. Instr 52:32 F '43 

Bibliography 

Susan B. Anthony. R. M. Ersted, comp. 
Minn J Ed 22:244 F '42 
ANTHONY, Sylvia 

Study of personality and adjustment in 
school children as diagnosed by a test of 
word-association, bibliog Character & Per- 
sonality 12:15-31 S '43 
ANTHRANILIC acid 

Carl Julius Fritzsche and the discovery of 
anthranilic acid. 1841. F. E. Sheibley. bib- 
liog J Chem E>d 20:115-17 Mr '43 
ANTHROPOLOGY 

Some signincant concepts and beliefs in 
anthropology and biology of entering col- 
lege freshmen and the relation of these to 
general scholastic aptitude. L. L. Ralya 
and U L,. Ralya. Sci Ed 25:314-20 N '41 
.See also 

Miscegenation 

Society, Primitive 

Teaching 
Colleges and universities 
Comprehensive study of man. E. W. Count 
and .VI. Steggerda. J Higher Ed 15:21-6+ 
Ja '44 

Textbooks 
Principles of anthropology. E. D. Chappie and 
C. S. Coon, blbllog »3.75 '42 Holt 
ANTHROPOMETRY 
Anthropometric study of masculinity and 
fcmininily of body build. A. Carpenter. 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 12; 
712-19 D '41 



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17 



ANTHROPOMETRY— Continued 

Anthropometry of young women. M, Bell 
and others. Am Assn Health Phys Ed & 
Rec Res Q 12:566-70 O Ml 

Body weight.^: optimal for young adult wom- 
en. A, H. Turner, bibliog: Am A-ssn Health 
Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 14:255-76 O '43 

Determination of the weight and size of a 
standard discus for college women. W. W. 
Tuttle and Z. Cernich. Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 14:321-5 O "43 

Physical measurement of young children. V. 
B. Knott, bibliog $1.35; pa $1 "41 Univ. of 
Iowa 

Students born in spring bigger, smarter. Sci- 
ence Digest 11:76 Mr '42 
See also 

Negroes — Anthro- 
pometry 
ANTIGUA, Guatemala 

Antigua — tumble- down town; story. G. Lag- 
ard. Am Childh 2S:o4-5 Ap '43 
ANTI -MONOPOLY investigation. See Tempo- 
rary national economic committee 
ANTIOCH college. Yellow Springs, Ohio 

Antioch college looks ahead. A. D. Hender- 
son. Progres Ed 21:213-14+ My '44 

Antioch college passes an important mile- 
stone. Sch & Soc 58:497 D 25 '43 

Antioch conference on progressive action and 
post-war reconstruction. Sch & Soc 64:20 
Jl 12 '41 

Antioch's health service plan. S. F. Harby. 
J Health & Phys Ed 12:365+ Je '41 

Cooperative plan students as teachers in 
American schools: the relation of the 
Antioch college program to the educational 
field. W. B. Alexander. Ed Outl 16:156-64 
My '42 

Eat your cake and have it too. A. D. Hen- 
derson. Sec Ed 11:1-2 F '43 

Maturity for freshmen? D. Hall. Sch & Soc 
54:247-9 S 27 '41 
ANTI-SEMITISM. See Jews 
ANTISEPTICS 

Antiseptics before Lister. G. C. Gross and 
E. F. Degering. bibliog il J Chem Ed IS: 
482-7 O '41 
ANTONIANO, Silvio, cardinal 

Educational theories and principles of Car- 
dinal Silvio Antonlano. M. L. Zanfagna. 
pa $1.50 "40 Catholic univ. of Am. 
ANTONOFF, George 

What is a phase? J Chem Ed 21:195+ Ap '44 
ANTONYMS. .See English language — ^Antonyms 
ANTRIM, Doron Kemp 

Here comes the school band. Woman's Home 
Companion 69:38 Ja '42 
ANTTONEN. Eva J. 

On suspenders. Wilson Lib B 16:817+ Je '42 

ANXIETY. See Fear; Worry 

APHASIA 
Developmental aphasia in educationally re- 
tarded children. A. M. Macmeeken. 33 '42 
Univ. of London press 

APHASIA. Aural. See Word deafness 

APIS. See Bees 

APLIN, G. L. 
Placement-survey project. Bus Ed World 22: 
437-9 Ja '42 

APPARATUS, Scientific. See Chemical appara- 
tus; Laboratories^Equipment and supplies; 
Physical apparatus: Psychology — Apparatus; 
also subhead Equipment and supplies under 
type of laboratory; e.g. Chemical labora- 
tories — Equipment and supplies 

APPEL, Catherine Riber 
Objectives of a preschool program. Volta K 

44:621-2+ N '42 

APPEL, Louise Wieland 
Roads to Happy Town; play. Instr 53:45+ 
Ja '44 

APPEL. Madeleine Hunt 
Aggressive behavior of nursery school chil- 
dren and adult procedures in dealing with 
such behavior, bibliog J Exper Ed 11:185- 
99 D '42 



APPENDICITIS 
Appendicitis — a hazard of youth. D. H. Sco- 
ville. bibliog (In American student health 
association. Proceedings. 1940. p54-9) 
APPERCEPTION 
See also 
Perception 
APPLE, Joe Alton 
Culture, environment and education. Sch & 

Soc 55:6S3-7 Je 20 '42 
Evil that men do. . . bibliog f Social Studies 

35:220-5 My '44 
Functions of an effective guidance program. 

Ed Adm & Sup 28:303-6 Ap '42 
Guides to problems in the upper elementary 
grades. Soc Studies 34:20-3 Ja '43 
APPLEBAUM, Stella B. 

War Jobs for mothers? Par M 18:17+ F '43 
APPLEBEE, Constance M. K. 

Miss C. M. K. Applebee; a sketch of forty 
years of service. C. Wesson. Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 12:696-9 O 
'41 

APPLES 
If the apple had not fallen! J. A. Ferrall. 
Volta R 44:406-7+ Jl '42 
APPLETON, D., and company 
Pioneer publishers of textbooks for Hispanic 
America: the house of Appleton. J. F. 
Shearer, bibliog f Hispania 27:21-8 F '44 
APPLETON, Daniel R. 

Incendiaries. Sch Sci & Math 42:433-40 My '42 
APPLETON, John Bargate 
New media for promoting effective resource 
management. Ed 63:312-17 Ja '43 
APPLETON, Wisconsin 

Vocational school 
Advertising the evening school. H. Heilig. 

il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:383-4 N '41 
APPLICATIONS for positions 
Analysis of letters of application written by 

prospective teachers. P. C. Lange. J Ed 

Res 35:587-99 Ap '42 
Application forms under fire. H. M. Laf- 

ferty. Nation's Sch 30:35 Ag '42 
Application letter should be a best seller. 

C. V. Cunning. Bus Ed World 22:446 Ja 

'42 
Business and the office worker. M. L. Taylor. 

Chicago Sch J 24:75-81 Ja '43 
Come in Monday morning. K. Morrison. J 

Bus Ed 18:13-16 P '43 
Dramatize the interview! R. C. Spitzer. Engl 

J 31:617-18 O '42 
Final conference of supervising critic and 

student-teachers. C. D. Samford. Ed Adm 

& Sup 28:624-9 N '42 
Getting that Job. R. C. Bedell and others, pa 

50c '41 Univ. of Neb. Ext. division 
How can I find a Job? Buffalo. University. 

Personnel ofBce. pa Univ. of Buffalo 
How to secure a teaching position. R. A. 

Firth. Instr 52:55 Ja; 58-9 F; 57+ Mr '43 
How's vour record? W. A. Richards. Bus 

Ed World 22:914-15 Je '42 
John Harris high school goes to work. S. W. 

Kdhmd and M. G. Edlund. Bus Ed World 

22:709-11 Ap '42 
Obtaining a teaching position. C. E. Vick. 

Ill Ed 32:107+ D '43 
Personal data sheets. E. G. Eriksen. Bus Ed 

World 23:376-8 P '43 
Side lights of your application form. F. C. 

Burnett. Tex Outl 27:43-4 F '43 
Teachers applications. L. R. Kilzer. J Ed 

127:10-13 Ja '44 
Teachers . . . teaching positions . . . super- 
intendents. W. B. Irvin. Tex Outl 26:42 Ap 

•42 
Unit on the letter of application. M. A. 

McCrea. Engl J 30:497-9 Je '41 
Write us a letter. K. Morrison. J Bus Ed 

17:25+ N '41 
See also 
Interviews 
APPLIED psychology. .=!ee Psycholog^i'. Applied 
APPLIED science. See Technology 
APPRAISAL. See Educational measurements; 

Evaluation; Self appraisal 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



APPRECIATION. See Art— Appreciation and 
Interpretation; Esthetics; I.lterature — Ap- 
preciation an<i Interpretation; Movlni; pic- 
tures — Appreciation; Music — Appreciation; 
Poetry^Appreciatlon and Interpretation; 
Hadlo broadcastlnK— Appreciation and crit- 
icism 
APPREHENSION, Span of. See Attention, 

.span <.r 
APPRENTICE teachers. See Practice teachInK; 

Student teachers 
APPRENTICE training service. See War man- 
power commission — Apprentice training 
service 
APPRENTICES 

Apprentice training as related to estalilish- 
ment in farming. W. Rawson. 11 Ag Ed M 
14:110-11 1) •!! 

Apprenticeship training. L. M. Raftery. 
LilurRicai Arts 9:S0-2 Ag '41 

Apprenticesliips In agriculture. H. H. Carr. 
II Ag Ed M 14:54-5 S '41 

Available information about apprenticeships. 
A. W. Forbes. Occupations 22:311-12 P '44 

Chicago's apprentice training program pays 
national dividends. P. L,. McNaniee. Ind 
Arts .t Voc Ed 33:193-4 My '44 

Civilian apprenticeship in the War depart- 
ment. Ed Vic 1:14-15 Ap 1 '42 

Civilian apprenticeships at navy yards and 
other shore establishments of the navy. Ed 
Vic 1:30 Mr 3 '42 

Classroom tcicher's induction into govern- 
ment. R. U. Brown. Nat Ed Assn Proc 
1941:393-7 

Experiment in apprenticeship farming. Ed 
Vic 2:29 Mr 20 '44 

Mathematics as applied to apprenticeship in 
trades. C. A. Rothe. Math Teach 35:29-32 Ja 
'42 

Michigan inaugurates farm apprentice plan. 
Sch Life 27:57 N '41; Same cond. Monthly 
Labor Review 54:70-2 Ja '42 

Training activities expand in 1943. War man- 
power commission. Apprentice training 
service. Occupations 22:312-14 F '44 

Training macliiiiist apprentices for national 
defense. S. T. Woal. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 
232 Je '42 

Vocational education in industry. R. J. 
Greenly, bibliog (In National society for 
the study of education. Forty-second year- 
book, pt 1. P363-S6) 
See also 

Employees — Train- 
ing 

Great Britain 
Apprentice builders: a suggested training. 

Times Ed Sup 1402:123 Mr 14 '42 
Apprentices and boys: present and future 

training in the engineering industry. F. 

Holliday. Times Ed Sup 1445:22 Ja 9 '43 
Apprenticeship in the post-war development. 

A. H. Stuart. J Ed London 73:341-2 Ag '41 
Engineers in training: education at the 

Sigmund works. M. Sigmund. Times Ed 

Sup 1462:221 My 8 '43 
New works college: a comprehensive scheme. 

Times Ed Sup 1462:222 My 8 '43 
Selection of engineering apprentices. F. H. 

Kirkpatrick. Sch & Soc 57:570-1 My 15 '43 
Technical training; De Havilland scheme. II 

Times Ed Sup 1462:221 My 8 '43 
Textile industry; recruitment, selection, and 

training. Times Ed Sup 1446:33 Ja 16 '43 
Training for industry. D. S. Anderson. Tiines 

Ed Sup 1371:373 Ag 9 '41 
Training for the building industry: a new 

apprenticeship scheme. Times Ed Sup 1444: 

5 Ja 2 '43 
Training for the building industry In Great 

Britain, bibliog f International Labour Re- 
view 48:93-5 JI '43 
APPROPRIATIONS, Government. See Govern- 
ment appropriations and expenditures 
APPROVED schools. .See Reformatories — Great 

r:rit,ain 
APPROXIMATE computation 
Notes on approximate computation. M. W. 

Tate. Sch Sci & Math 44:425-31 My '44 
Significant figures in trigonometry. C. B. 

Read and E. B. Wedel. Sch Sci & Math 

43:661-4 O '43 



Teaching of approximate computation. R. L. 
We.st and C. N. Shuster. bibliog Math 
Teach 36:147-54 Ap '43 

Teaching of approximate computation In ele- 
mentary grades. R. L. West and C. N. 
Shuster. Ed 61:492-7 Ap '41; .Same cond. 
Ed Digest 7:43-6 S '41 

APPY, Nellie Cornelia 
Pupils are people. See National council of 
teachers of English. Committee on Indi- 
vidual differences 
Westerner looks at schools In wartime. Ed 
Meth 22:26-9 O '42 
APRIL fool's day 

Poetry 
April fool days. C. G. Cornell. Am Childh 

27:59 Ap '42 
April fool land. Grade Teach 59:62 Ap '42 

Stories 
April fool Joke; story. B. C. Bowers. 11 Am 

Childh 28:55-6 Ap '43 
Billy's April fool; story. E. M. Bogh. il 

Grade Teach 60:18 Ap '43 

APSLER, Alfred, See Nuermberger, G. A. jt. 

auth. 
APTITUDE. See Aptitudes 
APTITUDE tests 

Ability and aptitude tests for clerical work- 
ers. M. Bills. J Bsns Ed 19:13-14 D '43 

Adaptability test: a fifteen minute mental 
alertness test for use In personnel alloca- 
tion. J. Tiffin and C. H. Lawshe, jr. J Ap 
Psychol 27:152-63 Ap '43 

Annual ten-day guidance program — methods 
and results. V. A. Jones. J Ed Psychol 34: 
129-41 Mr '43 

Army instruments of individual appraisal. C. 
E. Hays. Occupations 20:519-20 Ap '42 

Can intelligence tests or aptitude tests be 
used to advantage in selecting students or 
securing enrollments? F. F. iloore. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Thirteenth yearbook. p374-8) 

Correlations betv.'een mechanical aptitude 
scores and mechanical comprehension 
scores. A. E. Traxler. Occupations 22:12-3 
O '43 

Engineering aptitudes: their definition, meas- 
urement, and use. C. V. Mann, bibliog J 
Eng Ed 32: 673-86 Ap '42 

Gauging future skills. C. J. Foster, il Par M 
16:28-9-1- N '41 

Human engineering. C. R. Wilks. Sci Ed 
26:144-8 O '42 

Is the aptitude test a panacea? V. Shutterly. 
Occupations 22:260-2 Ja '44 

Measure your child's abilities by these new 
yardsticks. G. D. Shultz. i! Better Homes 
& Gardens 20:4S-f Ja '42 

Measurement and prediction of special abili- 
ties. S. B. Sells, bibliog R Ed Res 14:38-54 
F '44 

Measures of potentiality for machine calcula- 
tion. R. M. Gottsdanker. bibliog J Ap 
Psychol 27:233-48 Je '43 

Mechanical ability as a factor in engineering 
aptitude. E. N. Brush, bibliog J Ap Psychol 
25:300-12 Je '41 

Mechanical aptitude testing program for 
mentally retarded children. J. P. Tilton. 
Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:456-8 

Motor and mechanical abilities in professional 
schools. C. E. Thompson, bibliog J Ap 
Psychol 26:24-37 F '42 

1940 fall testing program in independent 
schools and supplementary studies. Educa- 
tional records bureau. $1 '41 The bur. 

1911 fall testing program in independent 
schools and supplementary studies. Educa- 
tional records bureau. $1 '41 The bur. 

1942 fall testing program in independent 
schools and supplementary studies. Educa- 
tional records bureau. $1 '43 The bur. 

Preselection and classification of defense 
trainees. I^. W. Ross. 11 Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 31:273-7 S '42 

Selection of student nurses. E. M. Potts. 
American Journal of Nursing 41:590-7 My 
'41 

Should parents sacrifice to educate their 
children? J. Cookman. Ladies' Home Jour- 
nal 68:88-9 S '41 



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79 



APTITUDE tests — Continued 

Spatial perception tests for determining 
drafting aptitude. J. E. Crawford, bibliog 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:10-12 ,Ta '12 

Square pegs in square iioles. M. E. Broadley. 
$2.50 '43 Doubleday, Doran cS: co, inc. Gar- 
den Citv. N.Y. 

Studv of the Turse shorthand aptitude test. 
J. "Tuckman. J Bsns Ed 19:17-18 N '43 

Use of some tests in the prediction of legal 
aptitude. B. L. Riker and F. J. Gaudet. 
bibliog J Ap Psychol 25:313-22 Je '41 

Vocational aptitude test for shorthand stu- 
dents. A. G. Caws and D. H. Smith. 40c 
'43 Pitman 

What are you good for? E. Muller. il Nation's 
Business 31:25-6-|- Ag '43; Same cond. 
Reader's Digest 43:88-90 S '43 
See also 

Junior scholastic ap- Tilson-Gretsch test 
titude test for musical apti- 

Mechanical ability tude 

tests Victory corps aero- 

Stanford scientific nautics aptitude 

aptitude test test 

Stenquist mechanical 
aptitude test 

Colleges and universities 

Educational hierarchies and scholastic sur- 
vival. G. G. Schneidler and R. F. Berdie. 
J Ed Psvchol 33:199-208 Mr '42 

Function of achievement and aptitude testing 
of college students — with cautions. E. S. 
Jones. Am Assn Col Reg J 18:239-45 Ap 
'43 

Guidance and placement of engineering stu- 
dents. R. S. Bartlett. J Eng Ed 33:535-51 
Mr '43 

Predicting success of graduate students in a 
college of education. W. W. Cook. Sch & 
Soc 56:192-5 S 5 '42 

Some factors in phvsics achievement at the 
college level. D. B. Stuit and C. J. Lapp. 
J Exper Ed 9:251-3 Mr '41 

Some significant concepts and beliefs In 
anthropology and biology of entering col- 
lege freshmen and tlie relation of these 
to general scholastic aptitude. L. L. Ralya 
and L.. L. Ralya. Sci Ed 25:314-20 N '41 
APTITUDES 

Aptitudes and training for industrial design. 
G. Rohde. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
p650-2) 

Nature of some of the difficulties of students 
failing the first two years of college. C. W. 
Brown and P. V. Lofgren. J Exper Ed 
9:209-15 Mr '41 

Talent. C. E. Seashore. Sch & Soc 55:169-73 
F 14 '42 
See also 

College aptitude 
AQUAPLANING 

Art and procedure of aquaplaning. L,. C. 
LaSalle. il J Health & Phvs Ed 13:306-7 My 
'42 
AQUARIUMS 

Aquarium. R. H. Ackerman. il Sch (El ed) 
32:809-11 My '44 

We learn about fishes. E. Ismert. il Instr 
50:28+ O '41 

Why not have an aquarium? L. G. Van 
Engen. Instr 53:1C Ap '44 

AQUATIC sports 

See aJso 
Aquaplaning 
AQUINAS, Sister Mary 
Nun to conduct aviation course at Catholic 

university. Cath Ed R 41:368-9 Je '43 
130 complete aviation course directed by nun. 
Cath Ed R 41:425 S '43 
ARABIC language 
Arabic element in modern Spanish. M. W. 

Coates. Hispania 26:59-64 F '43 
Case for the colloquial. E. F. F. Bishop. 

Moslem World 32:329-33 O '42 
Case for the colloquial: reply. N. A. Faris. 
Moslem World 33:217-20 Jl '43 
ARABS in Palestine 

Education 
Arab education in Palestine; traditions of 
two communities. Times Ed Sup 1459:184 
Ap 17 "43 



ARANHA, Oswaldo 

Economic position of Brazil in the world; 
tr. by J. P. Bird. Ed 62:204-7 D '41 
ARBITRATION, International 
Beginnings of the peace idea. S. J. Hem- 
leben. Social Studies 35:99-105 Mr '44 
ARBITRATION and conciliation, Industrial 
See also 
Strikes 
ARBOR day 

Arbor day. Neb Ed J 23:112 Ap '43 

Arbor day and victory gardens. Ed Vic 1:11 

Ap 15 '43 
Man who urged the nation to plant more 
trees: J. Sterling Morton — founder of Arbor 
day— 1832-1902. M. U Anderzhon. J Geog 
41:303-9 N '42 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Arbor day. A. Han thorn. Am Childh 29:28 Ap 
'44 

Poetry 
Arbor day. M. Kennedy. Instr 52:42 Ap '43 
On Arbor day. A. C. Hoffman. Instr 53:40 Ap 

•44 
Tree planting. A. M. Priestley. Grade Teach 

60:49 My '43 
Tree we plant. Grade Teach 59:62 Ap '42 

Projects 
For Arbor day. S. Rehtus. il Am Childh 27: 
30 Ap '42 

Units of work 

Unit on Arbor day. A. E. Hackett. il Instr 
51:15+ Ap '12 
ARBUCKLE, Mabel 

Art serves the community. Sch Executive 
63:25-7+ N '43 

Cooperative museum program for public 
schools. Museum News 19:7-8 Mr 1 '42 

Living with pictures. Mich Ed J 20:144-6 N 
'42 
ARBUTHNOT, Mrs May (Hill) 

(ed) Books for children. See monthly num- 
bers of Childhood education through May 
1943 

Children's reading during the war. Childh 
Ed 19:125-9+ N '42 

Development of creative expression in young 
children. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Challenges to educa- 
tion, war and post-war. p 137-54) 

Role of reading in wartime — escape and ful* 
fliment. bibliog (In Conference on reading. 
Adapting reading programs to wartime- 
needs. pS-13) 

Without benefit of uniform. Nat Ed Assn J 
32:11-12 Ja '43 

ARC welding. See Electric welding, Arc 
ARCHEOLOGY 
Historic site is excavated. K. E. Kidd. map 
Sch (Sec ed) 30:712-15 Ap '42 

Teaching 
Activating the ancients. E. R. Harrington il 
Sch Activities 13:216-18 F '42 

High schools 
Successful Ainerican high school archaeol- 
ogy. P. J. deLemos. il Sch Arts 41:100-2 N 
'41 

ARCHEOLOGY, Biblical. See Bible— Antiq- 
uities 

ARCHEOLOGY clubs. See Clubs 

ARCHER, Clifford Paul 

Facilities for teacher placement In colleges 
and universities of the United States. Ed 
Adm & Sup 29:193-8 Ap '43 

Fighting men are coming back. Sch & Soc 
59:113-15 F 12 '44 

Local selection, placement, and adminis- 
trative relations, bibliog R Ed Res 13:241- 
51 Je '43 

MEA educational policies commission insti- 
tute report. Minn J Ed 22:259-60 Air '4'> 

Placement of 1942 teacher-training graduates. 
Sch & Soc 58:63-4 Jl 24 '43 

—See Peik. W. E. Jt. ed. 
ARCHER, Fred C. 

Office work in the army, por Bus Ed World 
23:521-3 My '43 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ARCHER, Glenn 
Unit plan of ndiiiinistrativc orfianlzatlon In 
Topeka. Kansas. Am Sch Bd J 107:23-6+ 
O -n 
— See Marston. R. B. Jt. auth. 
ARCHER, Richard Lawrence 
Educational psychology. American and Brit- 
ish: some points or comparison. Brit J Ed 
Psychol 11:128-34 Je "41 
ARCHER, William R. See Stevenson. J. R. Jt- 

auth. 
ARCHERY 
Archery in liiKh scliools. C Keys. Sch (Sec 

ed) 32:783-4+ My '44 
School archery standards, N. Relchart. J 
Health & Phys Ed 14:81-t- F '43 
See also 
Bow and arrow 
ARCHIBALD, Edith 

Greek for girls. Spectator lfi7:423 O 31 '41 
ARCHIBALD, Margaret 
My opportunity as a student worker In a 
state college for women. Christian Ed 27: 
165-8 Mr '44 
ARCHIBALD, Raymond Clare 
Outline of the history of mathematics. 5th 
ed rev & enl 7Cp pa 75c '41 Mathematical 
assn. of Am. inc. 97 Elm st. Ohorlin, Ohio 
Appreciation. Nature 152:211 Ag 21 '43 
ARCHIMEDES 

Archimedes and mathematics. H. T. Davis. 
Sch Sci & MaUi 44:136-45. 213-21 F-Mr "44 
ARCHINAL, John 

(comp) List of works by R. Tait McKenzle. 
J Health & Phys Ed 16:61-2 F '44 
ARCHITECTS 
Making the most of your architect. K. K. 
Stowell. Nations Sch 33:35 Mr '44 

Directories 
Architects for educational buildings. (In 
American school and university. 1942. p 139- 
47; 1943. p 120-9) 

Training 
See Architectural education 
ARCHITECTS, Landscape. See Landscape 

architects 
ARCHITECTURAL acoustics. See Acoustics. 

Architectural 
ARCHITECTURAL drawing 
See also 
Blueprints 

Tests and scales 

Architectural drawing test. R. J. Watson. 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:207. 240 My-Je '41 

Test in accuracy, using various scales. F. 
N. Newton, jr. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:249 
Je '41 
ARCHITECTURAL education 

Architectural education tomorrow. M. Good- 
man. Architect and Engineer 148:38-9 P '42 

New venture in design instruction. A. Hey- 
thum. Architect and Engineer 147:35-8 D 
•41 

Great Britain 
Architectural education. Times Ed Sup 1427: 

436 S 5 '42 
Architectural education. I. MacAlister. J Ed 

London 76:162-4 Ap '44 
Architectural education; revision of proba- 

tionership. Times Ed Sup 1404:147 Mr 28 '42 
Architectural education; the year's work. 

Times Ed Sup 1370:361 Ag 2 '41 
Value of field work; architecture In school. 

Times Ed Sup 1424:402 Ag 15 '42 
ARCHITECTURAL schools 

Directories 

Schools of architecture. (In Patterson. H. L. 
ed. American educational directory. 1943. 
p703-4) 
ARCHITECTURE 

America speaks: the house of the Ameri- 
can: architecture and civilization. H. O. 
Rugg. bibliog f Front Democ 8:84-7 D "41 

Architecture in education. E. Carter. J Ed 
London 75:16-1- Ja '43 

Englishman builds: an exhibition. R. S. 
Tubbs. Adult Ed 14:190-3 Je '42 



Musical and architectural form — a compari- 
son. A. Hopkins. (In Music teachers na- 
tional association. Proceedings. 1939. p366- 
72) 

See also 
Orchestra shells 
Public buildings 

Teaching 
See Architectural education 

ARCHITECTURE, College. See College chapels: 
Colleges and universities — Buildings; Li- 
brary architecture 

ARCHITECTURE, Domestic 
Domestic setting today. R. J. Neutra. (In 
National society for the study of educa- 
tion. Fortieth yearbook. p57-63) 
Home integrated with creative arts and 
crafts. B. M. Wadsworth. 11 Sch Arts 43: 
229-32 Mr '44 

See also 
Housing projects 

Japan 

Japanese hou.se. F. M. Earle. Ed 63:277-81 
Ja '43 

Rome 
Classics: the development of the Roman 
house. R. W. Bell, plans Sch (Sec ed) 31: 
31-4 S '42 
ARCHITECTURE, Greek 

See also 
Temples, Greek 
ARCHITECTURE, Religious. See Church archi- 
tecture 
ARCHITECTURE, Roman 
See also 
Architecture, Domes- 
tic — Rome 
Temples. Roman 
ARCHITECTURE, School. See School buildings 

ARCHIVES 

See also 
World war, 1939— 
Historiography 

United States 
Radio goes to war; the National archives. E. 
J. Bryan. Assn Ed Radio J 2:10 My '43 

ARENSON, Saul Bryan 

Chemical arithmetic. 2d ed 130p {1.50 '41 Wiley 
How to solve problems in quantitative analy- 
sis. 89p pa 75c '42 Crowell 
ARENWALD, Mesmin 
Recent trends in revising the curricula in 
mathematics for junior high schools in 
New York city. Math Teach 35:344-8 D '42 
ARETZ, Carl William 
Community efforts in character building. 

Childh Ed 18:117-18 N '41 
How elementary and high schools may work 
together. Ed Outl 16:20-3 N '41 

AREY, Charles Kenneth 
Aviation in the elementary school science 

program. Ed 63:95-100 O '42 
Elementary school science for the air age: 
a teachers' guide, by C. K. Arey; member 
of the Aviation ed. res. group. Teachers 
col. Columbia univ; prepared with the 
cooperation of the Civil aeronautics ad- 
ministration. (Air-age ed. ser) 145p II 72c 
'42 Macmillan 
Science e.xperlences for elementary schools. 
(Practical suggestions for teaching. no4) 
99p bibliog f diags pa 95c '42 Teachers coL 
AREY, Mabel-Louise. See Belts, E. A. Jt. 

auth. 
ARGENT, S. H. V. 
Education of film taste. Adult Ed 16:126-9 
Mr '44 
ARGENTINA 
Our Latin American neighbors; Argentina. 
Paraguay. Uruguay. L. Woemer and K. S. 
Woerner. bibliog il Grade Teach 60:14-I5-f 
My '43 

Civilization 
Genesis of the Argentine mind. S. P. Mad- 
dock. Ed Forum 6:408-18 My '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



81 



ARGENTINA — Continued 

Climate 
Tentative growing-season map ot Argentina. 
G. F. Deasy. maps J Geog 42:225-9 S '43 

Cultural relations 
France 
Spirit of France in Argentina. L. F. Sas. 
bibliog f Frencli R 15:463-77 My '42 

Description and travel 
We fly to Argentina; a blackboard Journey. 
F. C. Rue. il map Am Childh 28:14-15 O '42 
See also 
Iguazd falls 

Economic policy 
Program for stimulating the national econ- 
omy of Argentina. F. Pinedo. Ed 62:225- 
33 D '41 

Industries and resources 
Economic importance of the Argentine re- 
public; tr. from .Spanish by H. Loss. E. 
Llorens and E. A. Coghlan. Ed 62:208-12 
D 'n 
ARGENTINA. National university. See La 

Plata. Argentina. National university 
ARGENTINE drama 
La gringa theme In river Plate drama. W. 
K. Jones. Hispania 25:326-32 O '42 

ARGO, Arnold Clarence 

Curriculum development at Sequoia union 
high. Calif J Sec Ed 17:205-10 Ap '42 
ARGUMENT 

Argumentation and persona! success. A. M. 
Pellegrini, bibliog f Q J Speech 29:22-32 
F '43 

Differences between an argument and a dis- 
cussion. H. C. Munro. Int J Relig Ed IS: 
12-ri+ N '41 

Shall windy words have no end? J. A. Dunn 
J Ed 124:225-6 O '41 

Visual aids and arguing. O. Neurath. New 
Era 25:51-6+ Ap '44 

When Luther argued. L. Scott. Q J Speech 
28:19-23 F '42 
See also 

Debates and debating 

Persuasion 
ARIS, Reinhold 

Future of German youth. AdiUt Ed 15:137-46 
Mr '43 
ARISMAN, Kenneth J. 

Expressive arts in school instruction, bib- 
liog R Ed Res 13:190-9 Ap '43 

(ed) Statement to art teachers. Progres Ed 
19:103-6 Mr '42 
ARISTA league 

Arista legend. A. Blohm. H Points 25:39-44 
N '43 
ARISTOPHANES 

Aristophanes' influence upon public opinion. 
H. L. Stow, bibliog f Class J 38:83-92 N 
'42 
ARISTOTLE 

Aristotle and education. F. C. Robb. bibliog f 
Peabody J Ed 20:202-13 Ja '43 

Aristotle's katharsis in an impersonal world. 
C. G. Laird. Col Engl 3:215-25 D '41 

Philosophy and science in the western world; 
a historical overview. E. H. Reisner. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Forty-flrst yearbook, pt 1. p9-37) 

Speech and the enterprise of learning. W^. R. 
Gondin. bibliog f Q J Speech 28:400-7 D 
■42 
ARITHMETIC 

Arithmetic attitudes. C. W. Hunnicutt. Math 
Teach 37:33 Ja '44 

Arithmetic fundamental to machine instruc- 
tion. C. Perry. J Bus Ed 1S:17-1S-H' F; 19- 
20 Mr '43 

Clarifving arithmetic through algebra. D. X. 
Gordon. Sch Sci & Math 42:286-9 Mr '42 

Contribution of arithmetic to a liberal educa- 
tion. B. R. Buckingham. Math Teach 35: 
51-,s F '42: Same cond. Ed Digest 7:56-9 Mr 
■42 

Functional arithmetic, 1893-1940; a review 
of typical theoretical discussion and the 
theory to which it has led. R. D. Willey. 
bibliog J Ed Psychol 33:105-17 F '42 



Johnnie applies his arithmetic on the farm; 

story. M. Schoonmaker tind others. 11 Mid 

Sch 56:194-5 Mr '42 
Social aspects of arithmetic. A. J. DeMay. 

Childh Ed 19:354-7 Ap '43 
See also 
Addition Multiplication 

Algorism Numeration 

Decimals Percentage 

Division Square root 

Fractions Subtraction 

Achievements, Student 

Analysis of the arithmetic knowledge of 
high school pupils; with emphasis on com- 
mercial arithmetic. J. S. Orleans and E. 
Saxe. bibliog pa $1; to libs and schs gratis 
'43 Col. of the city of N.Y, Sch of ed, 17 
Lexington av, N.Y. 

Arithmetic achievement and related mathe- 
matics. B. Braverman. H Points 25:65-9 O 
'43 

Arithmetic deflciencies. G. M. Wilson. J 
Higher Ed 14:321-2 Je '43 

Certain characteristic differences between ex- 
cellent and poor achievers in two-flgure di- 
vision. R. H. Koenker. bibliog f J Ed Res 
35:578-86 Ap '42 

Computational arithmetic at the college 
level. W. S. Guiler and C. H. Rush, bib- 
liog f Am Assn Col Reg J 19:88-100 O '43 

Dividing mathematics time between arithme- 
tic and algebra. W. S. Guiler and H. B. 
Hoffman. Sch R 51:471-5 O '43 

Effect of different types of mathematics 
courses on computational ability. W. S. 
Guiler and H. B. Hoffman. Ed Adm & Sup 
29:449-56 N '43 

Evacuation and school attainments. Times 
Ed Sup 1469:305 Je 26 '43 

How good is your arithmetic? E. C. Denny. 
il Mid Sch 57:44-5 O '42 

Improving computational habits of ninth- 
grade pupils. W. S. Guiler and H. B. Hoff- 
man. Ed Adm & Sup 29:345-56 S '43 

Relative effects of individual competition and 
group competition as motivational factors 
in achievement in arithmetic at three 
levels of intelligence; abstract of thesis. I. 
W. Brasch. bibliog (In Cincinnati. Univer- 
sity. Teachers college. Abstracts of grad- 
uate theses in education, 1940-1943. p65-78) 

So we don't teach arithmetic! H. A. 'Tanser. 
Sch (El ed) 31:443 Ja '43 

Survey of the achievement in arithmetic of 
11,348 sixth grade pupils in 486 schools in 
Indiana. M. T. Eaton, map Ind Univ Sch 
Ed Bui 20:1-62 Mr '44 

Testing effects of evacuation. Times Ed Sup 
1437:551; 1438:565 N 14-21 '42 

Correlation with other subjects 
Can arithmetic be correlated with the unit 
of study? H. Maguire. bibliog f Math 
Teach 36:219-25 My '43 

Courses of study 

Chicago course of study in arithmetic. T. C. 
Chandler. Sch Sci & Math 43:523-33 Je '43 

Course of study in arithmetic for grades 1-4, 
elementary schools. Kansas. Department of 
education. 4Sp '41 The dept, Topeka 

Minimum essentials of aritlimetic. New Mexi- 
co. Department of education. lOp '40 The 
dept, Santa Fe 

1941 supplement to the 1940 edition of A 
tentative course of study in arithmetic. 
Idaho. Department of education. 4p pa '41 
The dept, Boise 

Suggested course of study for Vermont ele- 
mentary schools; arithmetic, grades 1-8, 
Vermont. Department of education. 158p '43 
The dept, Montpelier 

Curriculum 
Arithmetic needed by industrial employees. 

O. Roberts. Tex Outl 26:27-8 Ag '42 
Arithmetic program; grades I to IV. Sch 

(El ed) 31:235-8 N '42 
Arithmetic program; grades V to VHI. Sch 

(El ed) 31:316-18 D '42 
Can concepts in elementary mathematics be 

developed? J. T. Johnson. Sch Sci & Math 

44:146-54 F '44 
Grade placement of computational topics In 

arithmetic. R. P. Ulrich. bibliog El Sch J 

42:50-9 S '41 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ARITHMETIC— Curriculum- -ConHnued 
Grade placement of mathematics units. J. T. 

Johnson. Chicago Sch J 22:171-5 Ap "41 
Teaching arithmetic. C C. Baldridge. Grade 

Teach C0:38+ N '42 
Your arithmetic class; curriculum plans and 

teachinK helps. 0. C. Baldridge. Grade 

Teach 60:48+ O '42 

Research 
Evaluation of researcli on gradation In the 
Held of arithmetic. J. T. Johnson. J Ed 
Res 37:161-73 N '43 

Diagnostic tests 

Arithmetic for individual needs; grade III. 
H. Menger. Sch (El ed) 32:127-8 O '43 

Effective arithmetic activities. R. P. Martin. 
(In Pennsylvania. University. School of ed- 
ucation. Roads to the future. p221-8) 

Difficulties 

Arithmetic disabilities of Junior college stu- 
dents. J. P. Mohr. bibliog f Am Assn Col 
Reg J 18:274-80 Ap '43; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 9:56-7 S '43 

Comparative study of the difficulty of learn- 
ing the multiplication combinations. L. R. 
Wheeler, bibliog Pedagog Sem 59:1S9-20G 
S '41 

Difficulties involved in long division and some 
suggestions for teaching the process. H. 
Holland, bibliog f El Sch J 42:585-96 Ap "42 

Improving computational habits of ninth- 
grade pupils. W. S. Guiler and H. B. Hoff- 
man. Ed Adm & Sup 29:345-56 S '43 

Whv arithmetics wear out. Z. K. Flores. 
Mont Ed 18:4-6 F '42 

Drill 

Drill devices in arithmetic. F. H. Schlotz- 
hauer. Sch (El ed) 32:327-9 D '43 

Some hints on drill and problem solving. 
A. C. Conn. Sch (El ed) 30:53-4 S '41 

Errors 
Kinds of errors in division of decimals and 

their constancy. F. E. Grossnickle. bibliog f 

J Ed Res 37:110-17 O '43 
Tj'pes of errors in division of decirnals. F. 

E. Grossnickle. bibliog f El Sch J 42:184- 

94 N '41; Excerpts. Ed Digest 7:58 Ja '42 
Typical errors in arithmetic. A. J. Phillips. 

Sch (El ed) 32:708-10 Ap '44 

History 
Appreciations in arithmetic. L. E. Boyer. 
Ed Meth 21:199-202 Ja '42 

Motivation 
Relative effects of individual competition and 
group competition as motivational factors 
in achievement in arithmetic at three levels 
of intelligence: abstract of thesis. I. W. 
Brasch. bibliog (In Cincinnati. University. 
Teachers college. Abstracts of graduate 
theses in education, 1940-1943. p65-78) 

Problem solving 
Arithmetic tlies on the beam. C. Williams. 

Ohio Sch 21:350-1 N '43 
Cooperative versus individual efficiency in 

problem-solving. S. F. Klugman. bibliog J 

Ed Psychol 35:91-100 F '44 
Investigation into some aspects of problem 
. solving in arithmetic. J. Sutherland, bib- 
liog f Brit J Ed Psychol 11:215-22; 12:35-46 

N ■41-F '42 
Nature, value, and use of statements in 

problem solving. J. C. Webster. Sch (El ed) 

30:522-5, 612-18 F-Mr '42 
Oral aids to problem-solving. J. V. Hall. El 

Sch J 43:220-4 D '42 
Per cent without three cases. E. N. BroTSTi. 

Sch Sci & Math 43:428-30 My "43 
Problem-solving in arithmetic: a review of 

the literature. H. C. Johnson, bibliog El 

Sch J 44:396-403, 476-82 Mr-Ap '44 
Some hints on drill and problem solving. 

A. C. Conn. Sch (EI ed) 30:53-4 S '41 
Your problem and mine: mathematics. Sister 

Mary Henrietta. Sch (El ed) 30:245-50 N 

•41 
8er iilso 
rroWeni solving 



Problems, exercises, etc. 

Arithmetic of rationing. M. L. Scott. Bus 
Ed World 23:627-8 Je '43 

Arithmetic problems suggested by the sale 
of stamps and bonds. M. G. Mason. 11 
Haltimore Bui Ed 21:27-8 S '43 

Current-event.s problems. J. Mannello. Instr 
53:11-)- F '44 

Drills jn preinduction mathematics. R. R. 
Rosenberg. Bsns Ed World 24:17-18. 105. 
237-S. 346-I-. 411-12, 466-7 S-O. D '43. F-Ap 
•44 

Famous sugar plum problem; from Stock- 
ton's Western calculator. L.. L. Locke. 
Math Teach 34:247 O '41 

Problem making: a creative experience. A. 
Randolph, il Childh Ed 19:271-4 F '43 

Teacher of mathematics and the war savings 
program; including problems for elementary 
and high school classes in mathematics 
and business arithmetic. Math Teach 36: 
354-75 D '43 

Teaching arithmetic through defense prob- 
lems. V. L. Weber. Ed Vic 1:6 Jl 15 '42 

What does it cost to own and operate an 
automobile? G. C. Montgomery. Math Teach 
35:15-17 Ja '42 

Projects 
Making a test portfolio; involving problem- 
solving and arithmetic processes. R. J, 
Mejdak. Grade Teach 59:60 O '41 

Psychology 

Contribution of arithmetic to a liberal educa- 
tion. B. R. Buckingham. Math Teach 35:51-8 
F '42; Same cond. Ed Digest 7:56-9 Mr '42 

Functional arithmetic. 1893-1940; a review 
of tvpical theoretical discussion and the 
theofv to which it has led. R. D. Willey. 
bibliog J Ed Psychol 33:105-17 F '42 

Measurement and development of the finger 
schema in mentally retarded children; re- 
lation of arithmetic achievement to per- 
formance on the finger schema test. H. 
Werner and D. Garrison, bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 33:252-64 Ap '42 

Readiness 

Construction and evaluation of certain read- 
iness tests in common fractions. H. C. 
Souder. J Ed Res 37:127-34 O '43 

Number-readiness test. W. A. Wittich. 11 
Sch Executive 61:11-13 Mr '42 

Readiness in mathematics. C. O. Riohter. 
Math Teach 37:68-74 F '44 

Remedial teaching 

Arithmetic — a road to happiness. D. Scheldler 
and E. McFadden. Ohio Sch 21:62-3 F '43; 
Same. Tex Outl 27:31-2 Ap '43 

Computational arithmetic at the college 
level. W^. S. Guiler and C. H. Rush, bib- 
liog f Am .\ssn Col Reg J 19:88-100 O '43 

Experiment in remedial teaching in arith- 
metic. Sister Mary Jacqueline. El Sch J 
41:748-55 Je "41 

Improving computational habits of nmth- 
grade pupils. W. S. Guiler and H. B. Hoff- 
man. Ed Adm & Sup 29:345-56 S "43 

Mathematics. (In Fernald. G. M. Remedial 
techniques in basic school subjects. p213- 

55) „ ^ 

Remedial arithmetic after two years. E. O. 

Bemis and W. C. Trow. J Ed Res 35:443-62 

F '42 
Remedial arithmetic in senior high schools. 

G. M. Blair. Math Teach 36:346-50 D '43; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 9:34-6 F '44 
Remotivating arithmetic fundamentals in the 

Junior high school. L. W. Addleston. H 

Points 25:65-70 Mr '43 

Research 

Study of the use of arithmetic in the ele- 
mentary schools of Santa Clara county. 
Calif. R. D. Willey. bibliog J Ed Res 36: 
353-65 Ja '43 

Use of arithmetic in the out-of-school life 
of children. R. D. Willey. bibliog Math 
Teach 35:23-8 Ja '42 

Subject matter 
Air-conditioned arithmetic. M. Cook. Sch 
Executive 62:33 D '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



83 



A R I T H M ET I C— Subject mat ter — Continued 

Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (first pe- 
riod— 1790 to 1S20) H. L,. Smith and M. T. 
Eaton, bibliog Ind Univ Sch Ed i; lS:l-52 
Ja '42 

Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (second 
period — 1S21 to 1850, and third period — 1S51 
to ISSO) H. L. Smith and M. T. Eaton. Ind 
Univ Sch Ed B 18:1-108 N '42 

Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (fourth 
period— 1881 to 1910) H. L. Smith and M. T. 
Eaton. Ind Univ Sch Ed B 19:1-58 Jl '43 

Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (fifth period 
—1911-1940) H. L,. Smith and M. T. Eaton. 
Ind Univ Sch Ed Eul 19:1-41 X '43 

Arithmetic as concept building. M. Nordahl. 
Math Teach 35:316-20 N '42 

Arithmetic flies on the beam. C. Williams. 
Ohio Sch 21:350-1 N '43 

Effective arithmetic activities. R. P. Martin. 
(In Pennsylvania. University. School of ed- 
ucation. Roads to the future. p221-S) 

Grade placement in arithmetic. C. W. Wash- 
burne. (In Pennsylvania. University. School 
of education. Roads to the future. p217-21j 

Weakness in present day arithmetic pro- 
grams. G. T. Buswell. Sch Sci & Math 43: 
201-12 Mr '43: Same cond. Ed Digest 9:38- 
40 S '43 

Supervision 
Demonstration teaching in arithmetic by 
radio. M. L. Mc Nerney. Math Teach 37: 
110-17 Mr '44 

Teacher training 
See Arithmetic teachers — Training 
Teaching 
Adapting instruction in arithmetic to in- 
dividual differences. L. J. Brueckner. bib- 

Uog pa '41 Univ. of Minn. 
Appreciations in arithmetic. L. E. Boyer. 

Ed Meth 21:199-202 Ja '42 
Approach to mathematics. L. V. Stott. Sch 

Life 26:277 Je '41 „ „ 

Are we going soft? F. Morse. Mont Ed 18:21-3 

Mr '42 
Arithmetic in general education. G. O. Blough. 

El Sch J 41:729-31 Je 41 
Contribution of arithmetic to a liberal educa- 
tion. B. R. Buckingham. Math Teach 35: 

51-8 F '42: Same cond. Ed Digest 7:56-9 Mr 

•42 
Developing an understanding of arithmetic. 

T. J. Durell. (In Pennsylvania. University. 

School of education. Coordination of school 

and community, p384-92) 
Difficulties involved in long division and some 

suggestions for teaching the process. H. 

Holland, bibliog f El Sch J 42:585-96 Ap '42 
Fundamentals in the arithmetic program. !■'. 

B. Knight, Nat Ed Assn Proe 1941:125 
Grade placement of computational topics in 

arithmetic. R. P. Ulrich. bibliog El Sch J 

42:50-9 S '41 
Learning the multiplication combinations. W. 

A. Brownell and D. V. Carper, bibliog pa 

$2 '43 Duke univ. 
Mathematics syllabus; Northern Ireland re- 
port. Times Ed Sup 1370:360 Ag 2 '41 
Menace of mathematics: what's wrong with 

how Americans learn figures. E. F. Lynch. 

Commonweal 34:344-7 Ag 1 '41 
Number meanings. H. Holland. Instr 52:20 Je 

'43 
P*rincipies and aims of arithmetic. R. D. 

Judd. $1.50 '42 Hobson press, inc, 15 W 6th 

St, Cincinnati 
Proper balance between social arithmetic 

and a science of arithmetic. E. A. Bond. 

Math Teach 35:313-15 N '42 
Put arithmetic to work. L. Knowles. il Prog- 

res Ed 21:128-30 Mr '44 
Reading problems and guidance in arithmetic. 

H. O. Gillet. (In Conference on reading. 

Adapting reading programs to wartime 

needs. p206-ll) 

Responses of mentally retarded children to 
specialized learning experiences in arith- 
metic [thesis! H. M. Costello. '41 priv ptd 
Univ. of Pa. 

Ser\'ice of mathematics to nurses, A. Hen- 
dricks, bibliog Math Teach 35:72-6 F '42 

Shall we speed up the three R's? L. W. 
Harding, bibliog Progres Ed 20:311-15-f N 
•43; Same cond. Ed Digest 9:55-7 D '43 



Sixteenth yearbook; arithmetic in general 
education; abstract. National council of 
teachers of mathematics. Teach Col Rec 
4:!:73-4 O '41 

Streamlining arithmetic. L. E. Ulrich. $2 '43 
Lyons & Carnahan, 2500 Prairie av, Chi- 
cago 16 

Studies in arithmetic. Scottish council for 
research in education, v 1-2 ea 5s '39-'41 
Univ. of London press 

Study of learning in one phase of arithmetic. 
^V. A. Brownell. Journal of (Jeneral Psy- 
chology 24:457-65 Ap '41 

Teaching of arithmetic. G. T. Buswell. El 
Sch J 44:253-7 Ja '44 

Teaching the three R's. See numbers of In- 
structor January 1943- 

Unifving ideas in arithmetic instruction. H. 
Van Engen, El Sch J 42:291-6 D '41 

Weakness in present day arithmetic pro- 
grams. G. T. Buswell. Sch Sci & Math 43: 
201-12 Mr '43; Same cond. Ed Digest 9:38- 
40 S '43 

Your arithmetic coimselor. F. S. Breed. See 
monthlv numbers of Instructor through 
June 1942 

Your counselor service: arithmetic. F. E. 
Grossnickle. See monthly numbers of In- 
structor September 1942- 

Tour problem and mine: mathematics. Sister 
Mary Henrietta, Sch (El ed) 30:245-50 N '41 
See also 

War and education — 
Subject fields — 
Mathematics 

Bibliography 
Selected references on elementary-school in- 
struction; arithmetic (cont) G, T. Buswell, 
comp. El Sch J 42:212-15: 43:174-5; 44:167-8 
X '41, N '42. N '43 

Research 
Research and school work; the teaching of 
arithmetic. C. M. Fleming. J Ed London 
73:2464- Je '41 

Elementary schools 

Device as an aid in teaching the idea of tens. 
H. F. Spitzer. il Sch Sci & Math 42:65-8 
Ja '42 

Matliematics, an elementary stumbling block. 
T. A. Fitzsimmons. Nation's Sch 30:41 N 
•42 

Providing for arithmetic experiences in the 
elementary school. L. B. Sands, bibliog t 
(In California elementary school princi- 
pals' association. Elementary school en- 
vironment and the modern curriculum; 
thirteenth yearbook, p79-S2> 

Some problems in the field of elementary 
school arithmetic. W^. H. Johnson. Ed 
Forum 8:383-91 My '44 

Teaching of approximate computation in ele- 
mentary grades. R. L. West and C. N. 
Shuster. Ed 61:492-7 Ap ^41; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 7:43-6 S '41 

^Vhat the elementary school can do to de- 
velop mathematical understanding. F. M. 
Garver. (In Pennsylvania. University, School 
of education. (Challenges to education, war 
and post-war. p 130-7) 

Fifth grades 
Teaching arithmetic. C. C. Baldridge, Grade 
Teach 60:38-(- N '42 

First grades 
Arithmetic for beginners. M. W. Hunter. 

Instr 53:14-15 Ja '44 
Gaining number concepts. G. A. Risden. Instr 

52:22 F '43 
Number-readiness test. W^. A. Wittich. il 

Sch E.xecut!ve 61:11-13 Mr '42 

High schools 
Remedial arithmetic in senior high schools. 
G. M. Blair. Math Teach 36:346-60 D '43; 
Same cond. Ed Digest 9:34-6 F "44 

Junior high schools 
Planning for competency in arithmetic. H. 

S. Moore. Calif J Sec Ed 19:40-4 Ja '44 
Readiness in mathematics. C. O. Richter. 

Math ffeach 37:68-74 F '44 



84 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ARITHMETIC— Teach i ng— Continued 
Primary grades 
Arithmetic— when and how? F. A. ISngle. Ky 

Sch J 22:10-2 F '44 
How much? two easy lessons In arithmetic 

for primary grades. M. Gardner. 11 Instr 

60:20 O '41 
Kitten number work. F. C. Rue. U Am 

Chlidh 27:58 N '41 
LiearninR arithmetic. A. R. Polklngrhome. 

Instr 53:14 Mr '44 
Plea for the beginner in number work. F. F. 

Halliday. Sch (El ed) 31:6;i5-9 Ap '43 
Rhythmic arithmetic In the primary school. 

H. E. Amoss. $1.25 '42 Ryerson press 
Seeing numbers as groups In primary-grade 

arithmetic. D. V. Carper. El Sch J 43:166- 

70 N "42 

Second grades 
Building meanings in arithmetic. M. G. 

Steiss and H. Baxter. Childh Ed 20:116- 

17+ N '43 
Number activities; practical applications of 

number facts for grade II. C. C. BaJdrldge. 

Grade Teach 61:32-f- O '43 

Third grades 
Arithmetic for Individual needs; grade III. 

H. Menger. Sch (El ed) 32:127-8 O '43 
Multiplication rationalized for grade three 

A. J. De May. Instr 52:27-8 S '43 

Teaching aids and devices 
Abacus in the teaching of arithmetic. H. F. 

Spitzer. El Sch J 42:448-51 F '42 
Applying music to number work. L. A. Shaw 

and A. G. Doherty. Sch (El ed) 32:320-2 

D '43 
Arithmetic devices. Nat EI Prin 22:120-1 F 

•43 
Arithmetic puzzles for Junior grades. E. W. 

Montgomery, il Sch (EI ed) 29:809 My '41 
Daily tests for speed and accuracy; arith- 
metic, grade V. B. Walsh. Sch (El ed) 

32:252-3 N '43 
Equipment for numbers. M. P. Stevens. Instr 

52:20-1-1- Mr '43 
Extension tables made easy. B. B. Barron. 

il Sch (El ed) 30:500-2 F '42 
F\inctional mathematics in the second grade. 

E. Salt. Ed Res B 21:217-26+ N "42; Same 

cond. Ed Digest 8:29-31 Ja '43 
Kit to iielp in arithmetic teaching. F. E. 

Grossnickle. Instr 53:2S-9 N '43 
Liquid and dry measure. Instr 53:24 Ap '44 
Numbers can be fun. E. M. Hanes. Instr 52: 

22-3+ My '43 
Percentage equivalents. Instr 53:16 Mr '44 

Teaching methods 

Arithmetic with understanding. J. H. Mac- 
Latchv and E. Hummel. Ed Res B 21:227- 
3S+ N '42 

Can arithmetic be correlated with the unit 
of study? H. Maguire. bibliog f Math Teach 
36:219-25 My '43 

Certain skills must be mastered: mathe- 
matics. A. E. Nelson. Sch (EI ed) 30:342-5 
D '41 

Comparison of two methods of teaching 
arithmetic, grades I. II. and III. E. L. 
NichoLson. '43 Univ. of Pa. 

Experiment in individualized arithmetic. M. 
E. Bruin. Sch (EI ed) 30:704-7 Ap '42 

Experimental comparison of drill and direct 
experience in ariiiimetic learning in a 
fourtii grade. L. \V. Harding and I. P. 
Bryant, bibliog J Ed Res 37:321-37 Ja '44 

Experimental study of methods of Instruction 
in computational arithmetic. W. S. Guiler 
and V. Edwards. El Sch J 43:353-60 F '43 

Few suggestions for the teaching of arith- 
metic. M. K. Bickel. Ohio Sch 22:115+ Mr 
•44 

Fundamental number facts and a new meth- 
od of teaching them. R. G. Leslie. 2d ed 
bibliog f $2 Charles T. Metzler co. 22 North 
Mill St. New Castle, Pa. 

Is it right? V. Mclntyre. Sch (EI ed) 31:614- 
17 Mr '43 

Method of self-instruction for learning the 
easier addition and subtraction combina- 
tions in grade I. D. B. Wllburn. bibliog f 
El Sch J 42:371-80 Ja '42 



New approach to teaching arithmetic In the 

upper grades. T. W. Anderson. Sch Scl & 

Math 44:70-8 Ja '44 
Special method in number. V. M. Stumpf. 

Sch (El ed) 32:700-2 Ap '44 
What method of subtraction shall we teach? 

T. L. Kler. bibliog Neb Ed J 22:256 N '42 

Terminology 
Vocabulary for arithmetic in the elementary 
grades. R. D. Willey. El Engl R 19:64-6 
F '42 

Tests and scales 

Arithmetic and the defense worker. M. A. 
Woodard. Math Teach 37:166-9 Ap '44 

Can concepts In elementary mathematics be 
developed? J. T. Johnson. Sch Scl & Math 
44:146-54 F '44 

Effective arithmetic teaching. C. L. Daniels. 
Tex Outl 26:29-30 N '42 

How good is your arithmetic? E. C. Denny. 
il Mid Sch 57:44-5 O '42 

Hundred-problem arithmetic test; form W. 
K. Schorling and others, pa with manual 
of directions, key and class record 90c per 
25; specimen set 15c '44 World bk. 

Individualizing pre-induction mathematics 
courses. L. J. Brueckncr. Ed 63:559-64 My 
'43 

Lee-Clark arithmetic fundamentals survey 
test; form A. J. M. Lee and W. W. Clark. 
high sch ed pa '41 Calif, test bur. 

Maintenance drills and tests in arithmetic. 
D. M. P. Lee and J. M. Lee. high sch ed pa 
15c Calif, test bur. 

Modern objective tests: arithmetic. M. Fltz- 
simnions. Grade Teach 60:56 Mr '43 

Modern objective tests: arithmetic. A. 
Zwicker. Grade Teach 60:65+ Ja '43 

Modern objective tests: whole numbers. R. 
L. Connelley. Grade Teach 59:74 S '41 

Motor performance as a chance factor in 
test scores. J. W. Pritchard. J Ed Res 37: 
181-92 N '43 

New norms for Ballard's reading and arith- 
metic tests for seven-year-olds. G. H. 
Thomson and D. N. Lawlev. Brit J Ed 
Psychol 12:56-8 F '42 

Number-readiness test. W. A. Wittich. 11 
Sch Executive 61:11-13 Mr '42 

R is for rithmetic. H. E. Conklin. Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 32:228-30 Je '43 

Ready-to-use tests for middle and upper 
grades: a test in arithmetic. A. Zwicker. 
Instr 52:30 Mr '43 

Ready-to-use tests for middle and upper 
grades: concepts in arithmetic. A. R. Mad- 
den. Instr 52:28+ O '43 

Ready-to-use tests for middle and upper 
grades: timely arithmetic. A. Zwicker. 
Instr 53:31 N '43 

Ready-to-use tests for middle and upper 
grades: weights and measures. H. C. Ford. 
11 Instr 53:18 F '44 

Some factors affecting a test score in divi- 
sion of decimals. F. E. Grossnickle. J Ed 
Res 37:338-42 Ja '44 

.Standardized monthly progress tests in arith- 
metic processes for Arithmetic we use, 
grades ni-VI. L. J. Brueckner. pa '44 
Winston 

Test in arithmetical reasoning and simple 
principles. J. C. Webster. Sch (El ed) 31: 
787+ My '43 

Tests for middle and upper grades: a num- 
ber test. M. B. Russell. Instr 51:17 Ja 
'42 

Tests for middle and upper grades: a seventh- 
grade arithmetic test. M. Forseth. Instr 
51:23 S '42 

Tests for middle and upper grades: tests 
In arithmetic. A. Zwicker. Instr 50:20 Je 
'41; 61:31 F; 17 Je; 52:25 N '42 

Textbooks 
Adams did it 125 years ago: salient features 

of the Scholar's arithmetic. B. A. Sueltz. 

Math Teach 36:183-5 Ap '43 
Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (first pe- 

riod— 1790 to 1820) H. L. Smith and M. T. 

Eaton, bibliog Ind Univ Sch Ed B 18:1-52 

Ja '42 
Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (second 

period— 1821 to 1850, and third period— 1S61 

to 1S80) H. L. Smith and M. T. Eaton. Ind 

Univ Sch Ed B 18:1-108 N '42 



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85 



A R I T H M ET t C— Tex tbooks— Conf umed 
Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (lourth 

period— 1881 to 1910) H. L. Smith and M. 

T. Eaton. Ind Univ Sch Ed B 19:1-58 Jl '43 
Analysis of arithmetic textbooks (fifth period 

—1911-1940) H. L. Smith and M. T. Eaton. 

Ind Univ Sch Ed Bui 19:1-41 N '43 
College arithmetic. H. D. Larsen. pa $2 41 

Univ. of N.Mex. press, Albuquerque 
Measurement in arithmetic textbooks for 

grade three. A. G. Gunderson. bibliog Math 

Teach 35:117-21 Mr '42 . .^ , 

Vocabulary difficulties of five textbooks m 

third-grade arithmetic. E. V. O'Rourke 

and C. D. Mead, bibliog f El Sch J 41: 

683-91 My '4^ 

•<i Units of work 
Functional arithmetic; how we used it in 

our rationing project. J. M. McQuade. 11 

Grade Teach 61:28 Mr '44 
Meaningful unit in indirect measurement. V. 

J. Glennon. diag Math Teach 37:34-6 Ja '44 

Workbooks 
Arithmetic for the emergency. G. M. Huch 

and others, pa 64c '42 Scott 
Review of arithmetic. Z. L,. Smith, pa 25c 

"42 Univ. of Chicago, Inst, of military 

studies, Chicago 

Elementary schools 

Arithmetic in the elementary school. Florida. 
Department of education. (Fla. program for 
improvement of schools. Bui. no26) 133p 
'42 The dept, Tallahassee 

Arithmetic program; grades I to IV. Sch 
(El ed) 31:235-8 N '42 

Arithmetic program; grades V to VIII. Sch 
(El ed) 31:316-18 D '42 

Arithmetic with understanding. J. H. Mac- 
Latchy and E. Hummel. Ed Res B 21:227- 
38-t- N '42 

Arithmetical processes needed by children. 
R. D. Willey. El Sch J 42:524-7 Mr '42 

Contrasting views of arithmetic in the ele- 
mentary curriculum. W. A. Brownell. (In 
Pennsylvania. University. School of educa- 
tion. Coordination of school and commu- 
nity. p392-6) 

"Why arithmetics wear out. Z. K. Flores. 
Mont Ed 18:4-6 F '42 

Fourth grades 
Tour arithmetic class; curriculum plans and 
teaching helps. C. C. Baldridge. Grade 
Teach 60:48-1- O '42 

Junior colleges 
Arithmetic disabilities of junior college stu- 
dents. J. P. Mohr. bibliog f Am Assn Col 
Reg J 18:274-80 Ap '43; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 9:56-7 S '43 

Junior high schools 
Bemotivating aritlimetic fundamentals in the 
junior high school. L,. \V. Addleston. H 
Points 25:65-70 Mr '43 

Primary grades 

Comparison of two methods of teaching 

arithmetic, grades I, II, and ni. E. L. 

Nicholson. '43 Univ. of Pa. 
Money chart. M. P. Stevens. Instr 52:22-3 

Ap '43 
Number game to teach oral combinations. M. 

G. Weddleton. il Grade Teach 60:24-t- N '42 
Number work: practical lesson plans and 

games. C. C. Baldridge. Grade Teach 60: 

26-f O '42 
Numbers can be fun. E. M. Hanes. Instr 

52:22-3+ My '43 

Second grades 
Functional mathematics in the second grade. 
E. Salt. Ed Res B 21:217-26-1- N '42; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 8:29-31 Ja '43 

Sixth grades 
Arithmetic — a road to happiness. D. Scheidler 

and E. McFadden. Ohio Sch 21:62-3 F '43; 

Same. Tex Outl 27:31-2 Ap '43 
Survey of the achievement in arithmetic of 

11,348 sixth grade pupils in 486 schools in 

Indiana. M. T. Eaton, map Ind Univ Sch 

Ed Bui 20:1-62 Mr '44 



Third grades 

Measurement in arithmetic textbooks for 
grade three. A. G. Gunderson. bibliog Math 
Teach 35:117-21 Mr '42 
ARITHMETIC. Commercial 

Need for business arithmetic. J. A. Kramer, 
bibliog f (In Commercial education asso- 
ciation of New York city and vicinity. 
Business and business education; eleventh 
yearbook. pSO-2) 

Achievements, Student 
Commercial arithmetic knowledge of students 

in a collegiate school of business. J. S. 

Orleans and E. Saxe. pa '41 Col. of the 

citv of N.Y, Sch. of ed, 17 Lexington av. 

N.T. 
Student attitude as a factor m the mastery 

of commercial arithmetic. A. L.. Billlg. Math 

Teach 37:170-3 Ap '44 

Curriculum 

Commercial mathematics curriculum. W. F. 
Cassidy. Sch Sci & Math 41:571-80 Je '41 

Course content in commercial mathematics. 
W. F. Cassidy. Sch R 49:436-44 Je '41: 
Same cond. J Ed Res 36:200-5 N '42 

Problems and issues with reference to 
teaching procedures in business arithmetic. 
W. S. Barnhart. (In National business 
teachers association. Problems and issues 
In business education; seventh yearbook. 
P227-31) „ „ 

Problems of business arithmetic. F. B. 
Mayne. (In Eastern commercial teachers' 
association. Thirteenth yearbook. p316-21) 

Unit organization in business mathematics. 
H. A. Phillips. Bus Ed World 22:123-5 O 
'41 

Outlines, syllabi, etc. 

Syllabus in business subjects, business arith- 
metic. New York (state) University, rev ed 
17p '41 Univ. of the state of N.T. 

Problems, exercises, etc. 
Teaching methods and testing materials in 
business mathematics. R. R. Rosenberg. 
$1.20 '42 Gregg 

Research 

BiWwgravhy 
Implications of recent research related to 
the teaching of commercial mathematics. 
W. F. Cassidy. Nat Bus Ed Q 9:25-30-h 
My '41 

Subject matter 
What the business arithmetic and merchan- 
dising teachers can do to relate problems 
of national defense to our present teaching 
procedures. M. Laub and D. A. Siegel. H 
Points 24:33-S Ja '42 

Teaching 
Implications of recent research related to 

the teaching of commercial mathematics. 

W. F. Cassidy. bibliog Nat Bus Ed Q 9: 

25-30-(- My '41 
Problems of business arithmetic. F. B. 

Mayne. (In Eastern commercial teachers' 

association. Thirteenth yearbook. p316-21) 

Teaching methods 

Approaches in learning. A. L. Billlg. Sch 
& Soc 59:285-7 Ap 22 '44 

Basic problems in business arithmetic. H. E. 
Cowan. (In Eastern commercial teachers' 
association. Sixteenth yearbook. p316-21) 

Business arithmetic and the war. M. Broder. 
il Bus Ed World 23:273-4 Ja '43 

Problems of business arithmetic. W. A. 
Walthara. (In Eastern commercial teach- 
ers' association. Thirteenth yearbook, 
p 127-34) 

Relating business arithmetic to the everyday 
needs of the future. H. M. Smithline. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Fourteenth yearbook, p 129-32) 

Teaching methods and testing materials in 
business mathematics. R. R. Rosenberg. 
$1.20 '42 Gregg 

Textbooks 
Business mathematics for colleges. L. A. 
Rice and others, pa '42 South-western pub. 



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ARITHMETIC, Commercial — Continued 
Units of work 
Unit planning in booltltceping and business 
arithmetic, biblioj; (In Eastern commercial 
teachers' association. Fifteenth yearbook. 
P91-H2) 

High schools 
Analysis of the antlimetic linowledge of 
hi(,'li school pupils; with emphasis on com- 
mercial arithmetic. J. S. Orleans and B. 
Saxe. bibliog pa $1; to libs and schs gratis 
■43 Col. of the city of N.Y. Sch of ed. 17 
Lexington av, N.Y. 

Normal schools and teachers 
colleges 
Business mathematics for college freshmen. 
T. T. Goff. Comm Ed Bui 29:12-15 D '43 

ARITHMETIC. Mental 
Oral aids to problem-solving. J. V. Hall. El 

Sch J 43:220-4 D '42 
Short-cuts in mental arithmetic. H. R. Mtirk. 
Sch (El ed) 32:524-6 F '44 
ARITHMETIC readiness. See Arithmetic — 

Readiness 
ARITHMETIC teachers 

Training 
Teacher preparation in the field of arith- 
metic. I-,. G. Gregory. Sierra Ed News 38: 
20 N '42 
ARITHMETICS. See Arithmetic— Textbooks 
ARIZONA 

Department of education 
Arizona educational directory. 1D41-1942. 1942- 
1943. 1943-1944. 3v lS4;lS6;lS3p pa •41-'43 
The dept. Phoenix 
Fifteenth-sixteenth biennial reports of the 
state superintendent of public instruction to 
tile governor of the state of Arizona, July 1. 
193S, to June 30. 1940 and July 1. 1940, to 
June 30. 1942. 2v 277;65p '40-'42 The dept, 
Plioenix 
Handbook of instruction for classification of 
public scliool receipts and expenditures 
[mimeographed] 66p '41 The dept, Plioenix 
Instructions for uniform accounting of at- 
tendance in Arizona higli schools [mimeo- 
graphed] lOp '41 The dept. Phoenix 
Rules and regulations for the certification of 
teachers and administrators in Arizona. 39p 
■41 The dept. Phoenix 

Laws, statutes, etc. 

Scliool laws of Arizona as compiled in the 
Arizona code annotated 1939, witli new 
laws, amendments passed by Fifteenth 
State legislature, regular session, and in- 
itiated measures for 1941. 104p Ariz. Dept. 
of ed. Phoenix 
ARIZONA congress of parents and teachers. 
See National congress of parents and teach- 
ers — Arizona branch 
ARIZONA education association 

AEA intervenes in tenure lawsuit. Ariz Teach 
Parent 32:14 Mr '44 

Milestones. J. W. Clarson, jr. Ariz Teach Par 
30:8-10 S '41 

Notes on the delegate assembly. W. Max- 
w^ell. Ariz Teach Parent 32:7-|- D "43 

OfHcial program, fiftieth annual convention. 
Phoenix, Nov. 13-15, 1941. Ariz Teach Par 
30:8-40 N '41 

Offlcial program. Phoenix. Nov. 6-7. 1942. 
Ariz Teach Parent 31:6 N '42 

Offlcial program. Phoenix. December 3-4. 
1943. Ariz Teach Parent 32:12 N '43 
ARIZONA state teachers college, Flagstaff 

Ab.stracts of master's theses. 193S-1U42. (Uul. 
v;3 no3) lOop '42 The col. 

College cottages at low cost. E. Minderman. 
Nations Sch 2S:54 S '41 
ARIZONA state teachers college, Tempe 

Arizona's first curriculum workshop. G. W. 
Ebey. Curric J 12:362-4 D '41 

New home management liouse and nurser>'. 
H. Baker, il Ariz Teach Par 30:16 My '42 
ARIZONA. University 

Cooperative residence hall. E. K. Burgess. 
Nat Assn Deans Women J 5:157-60 Je "42 



Graduate college 

Abstracts of theses for higher degrees. 1941 
and 1942. (Record. v3C no 1) 5-84p pa 26c 
'43 The univ, Tucson 
ARKANSAS 

Department of education 

Ark.ansas educational directory, 1942-43. 30p 
'42 The dept, Little Rock 

Biennial reports of the State board of edu- 
cation and the state commissioner of edu- 
cation, 1938-1939. 1939-1940 and 1940-1941, 
1941-1942. 2v 134;113p •40-'42 The dept. 
Little Rock 

List of accredited high schools with subject 
units of credit, session 1942-43. 35p pa The 
dept. Little Rock 

Nature study and conservation; suggested 
instructional units for Arkansas elementary 
and secondary schools, elementary section. 
(Arkansas cooperative program to Improve 
instruction. Bui. no 11) 141p il '42 The 
dept. Little Rock 

Statistical summary for the public schools of 
Arkansas. 1938-1940, 1940-1942; prepared by 
C. Greene. 2v 31;31p ■40-'42 The dept. Little 
Rock 

Industries and resources 
First hundred years were the hardest. L. 

A. Henry. Ed Rec 24:105-12 Ap '43 
Historv of chemistry in Arkansas. H. Hale 

and P. G. Horton. bibliog il J Chem EM 19: 

357-9 Ag '42 

Laws, statutes, etc. 
School laws of Arkanseus. 1943. 202p '13 Ark. 
Dept. of ed. Little Rock 

State planning board 
First hundred vears were the hardest. L. 
A. Henry. Ed Rec 24:105-12 Ap '43 
ARKANSAS elementary victory corps 
Arkansas elementary v^ictory corps, il diag 
Nat El Prin 22:145-52 Ap '43 
ARKANSAS. University 
Factors related to the college achievement of 
higli-aptitude students who fail of expecta- 
tion and low-aptitude student.^ wlio exceed 
expectation. J. R. Gerberich. J Ed Psychol 
32:253-65 Ap '41 

College of education 
Integrated professional course for secondary- 
school teachers. C. H. Cross and T. M. 
Stinnett. Ed Adm & Sup 27:401-10 S '41 

High school 
American dream: a tmit in junior English. 
M. McCutchan. bibliog Engl J 31:194-200 
Mr -42 
ARKELL, Mrs Ruby Lillian (Percival) 
Child and his school. Spectator 169:428 N 
6 '42 
ARLIN, H. W. 
Developments in postwar industry to which 
vocational education can contribute. Tex 
Outl 28:19-21 Mr '44; Excerpts. Ohio Sch 
22:61 F '44 
ARLITT, Ada (Hart) (Mrs J. L. Arlitt) 
Ftimily relationships. (McGraw-Hill home 
economics ser) 277p $2.50 '42 McGraw-Hill 
Four brakes on war marriage. Nat Par-Teach 

37:15-16 Mr '43 
Study group technics for parent-teacher as- 
sociations. 24p '42 Nat. cong. of parents 
i; teaclier.«! 
Teaching child care and development in war- 
time. Prac Home Econ 21:133-1- Ap '43 
■Wliat shall we join now? Nat Par-Teach 36: 

lS-19 My '42 
What vou can do. Nat Par-Teach 37:4-6 
O '42 
ARLITT, Mrs J. L. See Arlitt. A. H. 
ARLON, Benedict d'. See D'Arlon, B. 
ARM bands 

Victory corps arm bands. D. Goss. il diags 
Sch Arts 43:134-5 D '43 
ARMATTOE, R. E. G. 
Survey of Canadian schoolchildren. Nature 
152:391 O 2 '43 
ARMBRUST, Gustavo 
Educational crusade in Brazil. R. K. Hall. 
Bulletin of the Pan American Union 76:447- 
50 Ag '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



87 



ARMBRUSTER, Helen „, . , , „„^ 

Blockprints tor your Christmas caras and 

calendars. Grade Teach 60:42+ D 42 
ARMBRUSTER, Lloyd A. See Kercheval, J. W. 

jt. auth. 
ARMED forces institute, United States. See 

United States armed forces institute 

ARMENTROUT, Mary T. , . , . ,.„, 

James Madison: Virgmia legislator (I77ti- 
17S7) bibliog i Mad Q 3:158-70 N '43 

ARMENTROUT, Winfield Dockery 
Lest we forget. Sch Executive 62:35 N 42 

ARMFELT, R. N. 

Education to-day and to-morrow: primary 
schools. Roval Society of Arts Journal 92: 
164-70 Mr 3 "44 
ARMIES 

See also 
Conscription ^ , „,,„ 

also subhead Army under names of coun- 
tries, e.g. United States— Army 

ARMISTICE day , . . ^. , 

3d annual observance of Armistice day as 
world government day. Sch & Soc 58:230 S 
25 '43 

Plays, pageants, etc. 
Armistice day reunion. C. L. Signes. Instr 
52*47-f N '42 
■ United for defense. F. L. Thurston, il Sierra 
Ed News 38:26 Ja '42 

Poetry 
Armistice day: with music. K. E. Clark. 

Instr 52:37. 39 N '42 
November eleventh. W. C. Marshall, il 
Grade Teach 59:13 N "41 
ARMITAGE, B. Phyllis 

Adaptative translations — have they any lit- 
erary merit? Class J 39:28-9 O "43 
Latin III: a Russian winter in 8 A.D. Class 
J 38:489-91 My "43 
ARMITAGE, Elisabeth 

Unhappy prince; play. Instr 51:444- N 41 
ARMITAGE, John 
Tluory and experience: creation in work. 
Times Ed Sup 1420:347 Jl 18 '42 
ARM ITT, Fannie M. See Irwin. F. W. jt. auth. 
ARMOUR, Richard Willard 

(ed) Young voices; a book of Wells college 
verse. 125p $1.50 '40 Wells col. press, 
Aurora, N.Y. 
ARMOUR institute of technology. See Illinois 

institute of technology 
ARMS, George Warren 

More middle ground. Col Engl 3:568-74 Mr '42 
Research paper, bibliog f Col Engl 5:19-25 
O '43 
ARMSBY, Henry Horton 

Appraisal of engineering, science, and man- 
agement war training. Am Assn Col Reg J 
19:38-47 O '43 
Are the EDT-ESMDT programs expediting 
defense? an analysis of opinions expressed 
by industrial and governmental executives. 
J EngEd 32:5-9 F '42 
Critical analysis of E.S.M.W.T. courses. 

J Eng Ed 34:257-66 N '43 
Engineering defense training. (In National 
university extension association. Proceed- 
ings, 1941. p70-6) 
ESMDT program — are the colleges meeting 
the requirements of this program? Am Assn 
Col Reg J 17:582-95 Jl '42 
ESMWT. J Higher Ed 15:86-94 F '44 

ARMSON, Anne 
Preparation for life and work. New Era 22: 
231-5 N '41 
ARMSTRONG, Alvin J. 
Curriculum revamped for war. Nation's Sch 
30:40 N '42 
ARMSTRONG, C. A. 
Barnes County religious survey. Int J Rellg 

Ed 18:15-f O '41 
How the Advance starts in a community. Int 
J Relig Ed 19:19-21 O '42 
ARMSTRONG, Donald 

Blitzkrieg in Caesar's campaigns. Class J 37: 
138-43 D '41 



ARMSTRONG, Donald Budd 
Cold.<! aren't trivial. Nat Ed Assn J 31:245-6 
N '42 
ARMSTRONG, Eva V. and Deischer, 0. K. 
Johann Rudolf Glauber (1604-70) his chem- 
ical and human philosophy, bibliog J Chem 
Ed 19:3-8 Ja '42 
—See Browne, C. A. Jt. auth. 
ARMSTRONG, Franklin George 

Tested air-raid protection. Sch Executive 
62:41-1- Ag '43 
ARMSTRONG, George F. 
Getting pupils to work for themselves. Sen 
(Sec ed) 32:50-4 S '43 

ARMSTRONG, Hamilton Fish 

Datum point. Foreign Affairs 22:1-10 O 4J; 

Same. Am Assn Univ Prof Bui 29:483-94 

O '43 

ARMSTRONG, Hazel E. , ^ , 

Book buving for school libraries. Teach Col 

J 14:35 N '42 „ , , ,, 

Study of library use. per Teach Col J 14: 
36-7 N '42 
ARMSTRONG, Helen P. ^, „ • 

Leisure-time phvsical activities. Nat El Pnn 
21:460-1 Jl '42 
ARMSTRONG, Hubert C. 
Americans — to be or not to be. Progres Ed 
20:12-15 Ja '43 ^ , „, „ ,-. 

Educational opportunity and the Negro. Calif 

J Sec Ed 18:3:il-7 O '43 
Proposed plan for establishing average class 
size in the Oaldand elementary schoolSj 
(In California elementary school principals' 
association. Elementary school faces the 
problems of migration; fifteenth yearbook. 
p34-47) 
Psychology underlying the development of 
attitude-s. ideals, and appreciations neces- 
sary to the realization of our American 
dream. (In California elementary school 
principals' association. Guiding children in 
democratic living: fourteenth yearbook. 
P62-72) 
Sane attitude toward criticism. Nations Sch 

33:45-6 My '44 
Teacher-parent conferences. Calif J Ei Ed 
11:31-45 Ag '42; Same cond. Ed Digest 8: 
36-40 Ja '43 
ARMSTRONG, Katherine Fairlie. See Jackson, 

A. M. jt. auth. 
ARMSTRONG, Lola M. 
Projects for handicapped meet employment 
needs. Ill Ed 31:244-5 Ap '43 

ARMSTRONG, Louis 
Testing the meaning of abstractions. Pea- 
body J Ed 20:290-3 Mr '43 

ARMSTRONG, Mildred 

Music in grade IV. Sch (El ed) 29:931-3 
Je '41 
ARMSTRONG, Mrs Robert B. jr. See FurmaJi, 

B. 
ARMSTRONG, Watson 
Vocational education assists in solving war- 
time food problems. Ky Sch J 21:28-|- Ap 
•43 
ARMSTRONG, Wesley Earl 
College staffs try group action. Ed Rec 23: 
659-69 O '42; Same cond. (In American 
association of teachers colleges. Twenty- 
first yearbook, 1942. p48-56) 
General report of progress of the teacher 
education study in the United States. (In 
American association of teachers colleges. 
Twentieth yearbook, 1941. p38-46) 
— and Cushman, 0. L. 

Evaluating the in-service program. Nat El 
Prin 21:485-96 Jl '42 
ARMSTRONG, William S. 
Teaching tangents. Sch (Sec ed) 32:609-10 
Mr '44 
ARMSTRONG college, Berkeley, California 
Guide to opportunities for summer study. 
Calif J .Sec Ed 17:219 Ap '42 
ARMSTRONG cork company 
Teaching factory workers new tricks. C. O. 
Hess, il Sch Executive 62:17-18 Ag '43 
ARMY alpha tests 
Comparison of Otis and alpha test scores 
made by bank clerks. E. N. Hay and A. 
M. Blakemore. J Ap Psychol 26:850-1 D '42 



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ARMY alpha tests— OonHnued 

Distribution of scores from revisions of Army 
alpha; reply to E. N. Hay and A. M. 
Blakemore. J Ap Psychol 27:150-1 Ap 43 
ARMY bands. See Bands 
ARMY life 
Letters to bovs about to enter military serv- 
ice. Ed Vic 2:15 D 1 '43 ,, , 
Typical problems of military group living. 
bibliOR Ed Vic 2:25-6 D 15 '43 
ARMY officers 
See also 
United States— Army 
— Officers 
ARMY portable museums. See Museums 
ARMY siang. See Slanff 
ARMY specialized training program. See 

United States — Army — Education 
ARNAIZ Y FREG, Arturo 

Influence of cultural interchanfre on the 
teaching of the history of Mexico [text In 
English and Spanish) (In Inter American 
conference on intellectual interchange. Inter 
American intellectual interchange; proceed- 
ings, 1943. p 109-20) 
ARNDT, Christian Ottomar 
Background reading on Chma. blbllog f l!.l 

Engl R 20:195-9 My '43 . ^ ^ 

(comp) China; selected references for teach- 
ers Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 28:87-92 
Mr '44 
Education in China today. See United States. 

Office of education 
Educational experimentation in the wew 

school. H Sch J 25:311-17 N '42 
Far Eastern studies for American youth, 
bibliog Nat jVssn Sec Sch Prin B 27:8-16 

Ap '43 ., . ,, 

(comp) India; selected references for teach- 
ers Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 28:66-73 
My '44 

International universities. Sch & Soc 58:370-2 
N 6 '43 

Minority rights and the war. Ed Meth 21: 
3S4-6 My '42 ^ „ , -r,., . 

(comp) NEA Journal war guide. Nat Ed Assn 
J 33:77 Mr '44 „^ , ^ 

(comp) See United States. Ofllce of educa- 
tion. Annotated list of Inexpensive books 
and pamphlets on the Far East; Annotated 
list of pamphlets on the Far East: Anno- 
tated list of periodicals on the Far East for 
teachers and librarians 

—See Hager. W. E; MacConnell, C. M. jt. 
auths. 
— and Hager, W. E. 

Far East in teacher-education programs, ben 
& Soc 59:1-4 Ja 1 "44 
ARNE, Sigrld 

College K.P. Jun Col J 14:134-5 N '43 
ARNESON, Ben Albert 

Experiment in teaching post-war problems. 
Am A.ssn Col Reg J 19:324-31 Ap '44 

ARNOLD, Aerol 

Reading for what? Col Engl 3:383-90 Ja '42 
ARNOLD, C. Prudence. See Green. H. L. jt. 

auth. 
ARNOLD, Charles D. ,..„,, -r,^ 

Are cello and ba.ss violinistic? Mus Educa- 
tors J 28:26-74- S '41 

ARNOLD, Dwight L. ^ .^ , ,, .. ^ „, 

Conferences about Individual pupils. Nat El 

Prin 21:403-5 Jl '42 
Social studies evaluation in the intermediate 

grades, bibliog f Soc Ed 7:117-20 Mr '43 
Spelling lessons and ability to spell. EI Sch 

J 42:35-40 S '41 
Suggestions for state testing program. Ohio 

Sch 20:338-9 O '42 
— and Mooney, R. L. . ,. , , . , . , , 

Students' problem check list for Junior high 

school. Ed Res B 22:42-8 F '43 

Teaching profession. J Ed London 76:124-|- 

Mr '44 
ARNOLD, Frank Russell ,^ ,^ , ,, , 

More benedictine in the French class. Mod 

Lang J 26:348-51 My '42 

ARNOLD, Geneva „..„,>, 

Common hazards; safety play. Grade Teach 

59:38-(- Mr '42 



ARNOLD, Hattie Dennison. See Amann, D, Jt. 

auth. 
ARNOLD, Henry Frederick 
Comparative effectiveness of certain study 
techniques in the field of history. J Ed 
Psychol 33:449-57 S '42 
ARNOLD, J. Stanley 
Needed Initiative through self governmenL 
Ed Mus M 22:18-1- N '42 
ARNOLD, Joseph Irvin 

Building the community. J Ed 126:76-7 Mr 
'43 
ARNOLD, Lee 

Band saw cutoff fence. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
31:290 S '42 
ARNOLD, Marie M. 
Wartime problems concerning the teaching of 
shorthand. (In Eastern commercial teach- 
ers' association. Sixteenth yearbook. p206- 
17); Same cond. Bsns Ed W'orid 24:1-5 S 
'43 
— and others 

Secretarial workshop. (In Commercial edu- 
cation association of New York city and 
vicinity. Extending the business curricu- 
lum in World war II; thirteenth yearbook, 
p 132-40) 
ARNOLD, Mary 

Is It fair? Ky Sch J 22:18-19 S '43 
ARNOLD, Mary Margaret 

Are they Just skeleton keys? Sch & Soc 
55:095-6 Je 20 '42 
ARNOLD, Matthev^ 
Sohrab and Rustum 
— We broadcast the Sohrab-Rustum fight. 

V. O'Hara. Engl J 32:41-2 Ja '43 
Culture and the new anarchy. T. H. v. 
Motter. Am Assn Unlv Prof B 27:295-304 
Je '41 
ARNOLD, Samuel Tomlinson 

First five years of the arts program. Assn 
Am Col B 27:635-69 D '41 
ARNOLD, Sarah Louise 
Sarah Louise Arnold. 1859-1943. B. R. An- 
drews. J Home Econ 35:339-40 Je '43 
ARNOLD, Thomas 
Arnold and 1942. J. R. M. Whltehom. Specta- 
tor 168:552-3 Je 12 '42 
Arnold centenary. F. A. Cavenagh. J Ed 

London 74:280-)- Je '42 
Arnold centenary; commemoration at Rugby. 

Times Ed Sup 1416:300 Je 20 '42 
Arnold of Rugbv. Times Ed Sup 1415:285 Ja 

13 '42 
Arnold of Rugby. R. de C. Peele. Spectator 

168:552 Je 12 '42 
Arnold of Rugby, 1842-1942. I. Shipton. Na- 
tional Review 118:553-8 Je '42 
Centenary of Thomas Arnold; statesman and 
prophet. M. E. Sadler. Times Ed Sup 1415: 
2S1 Je 13 '42 
Centenary' of Tom Brown's headmaster. J. L. 
Paton. il por Christian Science Monitor 
Weekly Magazine Section p5-t- Je 6 '42 
Englishry of Tom Brown. E. Harrison. 
Queen's Quarterly 50 no 1:37-52 [F] '43 
ARNOLD, Wade 
Learning begins at home. Sch & Soc 54:331-3 
O IS '41 
ARNOLD, William EdwJn 
Accounting, reporting, and insurance, bibliog 

R Ed Res 11:178-83 Ap '41 
War-time economy and public education. Am 
Sch Bd J 104:15-16 F '42 
ARNOLD'S practical commentary on the In- 
ternational Sunday school lessons, im- 
proved uniform series: course for 1943; B. 
L. Olmstead. ed. (V43) 236p 11 maps Jl '42 
Free Methodist pub. house, Winona Lake, 
Ind. 
ARNOWITT, Leon 
General high scliool trains for retailing. (In 
Commercial education association of New 
York city and vicinity. Business and busi- 
ness education; eleventh yearbook, p 117- 
20) 
ARNSPIGER, Varney Clyde 
Action pictures in tomorrow's education. 
Tex Outl 28:43-4 Ja '44; Same cond. Sierra 
Ed N 40:20-1 F '44 
Problems of classroom film production. Ohio 
Sch 20:76-7 F '42 
ARONOFF, S. See Hill, T. L. Jt. auth. 



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89 



ARONOVICI, Carol 

Community patterns and civic art. Am Assn 
Univ Women J 35:16-20 O '41 
ARONSON, Evelyn 

P'rench: a study in pupil comprehension. 
Clearing House 16:409-12 Mr '42 
ARONSON, Julian 

Bard in Seward high lunchroom: old Walt 
drops in and appraises our children. Clear- 
ing House 17:294-5 Ja '43 

Public school 2 won the war back in 1917. 
Clearing House 17:107-9 O '42 
ARRAGAN, Reginald Francis 

Technique of group discussion. (Bui. v20 
no2) 29p gratis '41 Reed col, Portland, 
Ore. 
ARRANGEMENT, Music. See Musical arrange- 
ment 
ARRANGEMENT of flowers. See Flowers, Ar- 
rangement of 
ARREGUINE, Victor 

Rise and development of chemistry in the 
Argentine republic. J Chem Ed 20;474-S 
O '43 
ARRINGTON, Stella P. 

Values of manuscript writing in the lower 
grades. Nat El Prin 20:469-72 Jl '41 
ARROWOOD, Charles FMnn 

Adam Smith on education, bibliog f Harv£ird 
Ed R 14:67-75 Ja '44 

Education of American plantation slaves, bib- 
liog f Sch & Soc 54:174-84 S 13 '41 

Of daft tales. Ed Forum 8:169-74 Ja '44 

Scholar as authority. Sch & Soc 58:141-2 Ag 
28 '43; Same cond. Ed Digest 9:57 O '43 
ARROWS. See Bow and arrow 
ARSCOTT, Edna 

Our experience with the public address sys- 
tem. Sch (El ed) 32:592-4 Mr '44 
ARSENAL laboratories 

Research at a government arsenal In co- 
operation with universities; with discus- 
sion. L,, S. Fletcher. J Eng Ed 33:781-93 
Je '43 
ARSENIAN,- Seth 

Change in evaluative attitudes during four 
years of college, bibliog J Ap Psychol 27: 
338-49 Ag '43 

Further study of the validity of the Cleeton 
vocational interest inventory, bibliog Oc- 
cupations 20:94-9 N "41 

Informing college freshmen of their test 
scores. Sch & Soc 55:396-9 Ap 4 '42 

Own estimate snd objective measurement. J 
Ed Psychol 33:291-302 Ap '42 

Relation of evaluative attitudes to vocational 
interest and social adjustment, bibliog 
Journal of Social Psychology 17:17-24 F '43 
ART 

Analysis of form in art. T. Munro. bibliog 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p349-68) 

Art. R. N. Faulkner and E. E. Myers, bibliog 
R Ed Res 11:376-86 O '41 

Art in education. G. Boas. Atlantic Monthly 
168:753-60 D '41 

Art in its relation to music. E. R. Boylston. 
Nat El Prin 21:75-6 D '41 

Art study. R. B. Buckham. J Ed 125:279-80 
D '42 

Arts and the crisis. T. J. Davies. Ed Rec 23: 
30-4 Ja '42 

Arts program in a small college. C. David- 
son. Assn Am Col Bui 30:274-6 Mv '44 

Circus art. B. Terney. il Sch Arts 42:82 N '42 

City of refuge. H. T. Bailey, il Grade Teach 
59:14-15 Mr: 14-15 Ap "42 

Community patterns and civic art. C. Arono- 
vici. Am Assn Univ Women J 35:16-20 
O '41 

Contribution of science In the development 
of art. A. R. Winsey and L. B. Sands. Sch 
Sci & Math 43:431-7 My '43 

Contributions of mathematics in the develop- 
ment of art. A. R. Winsey and L. B. Sands. 
Sch Sci & Math 42:845-52 D '42 

Display your art. J. L. Jenemann. II Sch 
Arts 42:83 N '42 

Evaluation in art. R. N. Faulkner, bibliog J 
Ed Res 35:544-54 Mr '42 

Fine arts at the University of Iowa. E. E. 
Harper. Ed Rec 23:131-9 Ja '42 



Fine arts in a world at war. M. O. Maser. 
Chiidh Ed 19:243 F '43 

Fine arts in the core curriculum. B. W. 
Clarke. Mus Educators J 28:384- F '42 

Fortieth yearbook; art in American lite and 
education. National society for the study 
of education, bibliog ?4; pa $3 '41 Public- 
sch. 

Introduction to Fortieth yearbook of the Na- 
tional society for the study of education. T. 
Munro. (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p3-25) 

Kingdom of art declines. H. Magaret. Cath- 
olic World 156:138-9 N '42 

National crisis: what can art and music con- 
tribute? G. D. Wiebe. Clearing House 16: 
42-5 S '41 

Nature of art. S. M. Crosby. Nat Ed Assn 
Proc 1941:368 

Nothing to paint. A. Brown, il Sch Arts 43: 
300-1 My '44 

Primitive arts, false and true. P. J. de- 
Lemos. il Sch Arts 43:74-6 N '43 

Public and private aspects of art. J. Alford. 
Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:369 

Skills for expressive living. J. Bookbinder. 
Ed Leadership 1:148-51 D '43 

Thoughts in season. E. Koch. Mod Lang J 
27:379-81 O '43 

Understanding art. V. Eckhoff. Ky Sch J 20: 
13-16 S '41 

Understanding the Americas through art. W. 
H. Johnson, il Chicago Sch J 22:151-6 Ap '41 
See nlso 

Arts and crafts Industrial arts 

Caricatures and car- Painting 
toons Pen drawing 

Children's art Petroglyphs 

Christian art and Pictures 

symbolism Post-Impressionism 

Color prints (art) 

Composition (art) Pottery 

Cubism (art) Sports in art 

Drawing Symbolism 

Esthetics War and art 

Expressionism (art) Wood carving 

Appreciation and interpretation 

Analysis of form in art. T. Munro. bibliog (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p349-68) 

Appreciation through self-criticism. A. C. 
Wilson. Sch (Sec ed) 30:307-9 D '41 

Approach to art in adult education. H. 
Rosenau. il Adult Ed 14:35-44 S '41 

Art appreciation. J. W. Grimes, jr. Ed Res B 
21:202-6 O '42 

Art appreciation and the curriculum. C. J. 
Ducasse. Assn Am Col B 27:429-33 O '41 

Art appreciation broadcasts. J. C. Ayres. 
Calif J El Ed 11:218-20 F '43 

Art appreciation by radio in the schools. A. 
Howell and A. V. Horton. (In National so- 
ciety for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p596-9) 

Art contributes to national defense. E. E. 
Marshall. Ed Meth 21:66-70 N '41 

Art in the modern language class. M. Gil- 
goff. H Points 24:63-5 Mr '42 

Art plus music. L. D. Poole and M. B. Kline- 
felter, il Sch Arts 42:162-4-1- Ja '43 

Art. the child, and the everyday world. C. 
T. Ryan. Am Chiidh 28:17-18 F '43 

Book appreciation. A. Randolph. Sch Arts 
41:243 Mr '42 

Experiment in the development of art Judg- 
ment. G. L. Reynolds. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. P592-5) 

High school art can aid the homes of today 
and tomorrow. K. Tyler, il Sch Arts 43:233 
Mr '44 

History revealed through art. R. S. Clifton. 
J Ed 124:195-7 S '41 

In defence of the art course. L. A. C. Pan- 
ton. Sch (Sec ed) 32:28-30 S '43 

Is bad art good for the pupil? H. Toliver. 
Sch & Soc 69:91-2 F 5 '44 

Philosophical theories of the nature of es- 
thetic values. R. Raymond, bibliog (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook, p411-12) 

Powers of art appreciation and evaluation. T. 
Munro. bibliog (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p323- 
48) 

Problem of materials In art appreciation. J. 
W. Grimes, jr, Ed Res Bui 23:20-2-|- Ja "44 



90 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ART — AppreciuUon and interpretation — Cont. 
Selling the line arts to the community. H. B. 

Mulford. Mus Kducators J 28:22+ N 41 
Standards of value in art. H. N. Faulkiitr. 

bibliOK (In National society for the study 

of education. Fortieth yearbook. pl01-2G) 
To feint, or to paint? 1.. K. Hush, bibliog f 

Harvard Kd K 13:119-26 Mr '43 
Understanding art heritages. K. Tyler. Sch 

Arts 42:331 Je '43 ^^ 

Understanding of art. M. H. Bulley. J E)d 

London 74:154+ Ap '42 
Sec also 
Art criticism 
Esthetics 
Picture study 

Research 

Children's art abilities: studies at the Cleve- 
land museum of art; research on children's 
appreciation of art. B. Lark-Horovitz. J 
Exper Ed 11:137-55 D '42 

Preferences of children for modern and older 
paintings. J. M. Todd. El Sch J 44:223-31 
D '43 

Bibliography 

Related art books of 1941. D. \V. Erway, 
comp. J Home Econ 34:238-40 Ap '42 

Correlation with other subjects 
Art £md English . . . hand in hand. G. Smith. 

11 Sch Arts 41:245 Mr '42 
Art and science: a method. H. Bearl. Sci 

Ed 25:265-6 O '41 
Art in all subjects. E. Olmsted. 11 Sch (El ed) 

32:506-8 F '44 
Classroom art. A. B. Higley and G. W. An- 
derson. Sierra Ed News 37:33-4 Je '41 
Correlation of music and graphic art. E. G. 

Dickinson. Sch (Sec ed) 31:411-17 Ja '43 
Creative allies: art and music. M. E. Raf- 
fle. Va J Ed 35:265-6 Mr '42 
Current practices in school art. L. L. Wins- 
low. (In National society for the study of 

education. Fortieth yearbook. p469-91) 
Dioramas of early American history. M. G. 

Case and L.. Lowe, il Sch Arts 41:313 My '42 
Health and art ... a correlation. M. F. Flori- 

berta and Sister Mary Matilda, il Sch Arts 

41:225 Mr '42 
History of Platte valley . . . social science and 

art. V. Bass and B. Currv. il Sch Arts 41: 

319 My '42 
How an art project became the means of 

integrating all school subjects. M. Monrad. 

il Sch Arts 42:174-5 Ja "43 
Integrating art into the curriculum of the 

secondary schools. C. M. Murphy, il Sch 

Arts 41:297 My '42 
Jerry the giraffe. H. Smith. Clearing House 

16:149-50 N '41 
L*t them like it. D. O. Butler. Sch (Sec ed) 

31:795-8 My '43 
Magic in emotional meaning. M. Bishop. Tex 

Outl 27:62-4 O '43 
Music-art survey courses. F. M. Biebel. Col- 
lege Art Journal 1:28-30 Ja '42 
Musical parade of paintings. D. A. Paul, il 

Sch Arts 42:172-3+ Ja '43 
Possibilities of mural painting in grade 

school. M. Pleason and W. Scanlan. il 

Sch Arts 41:346-7 Je '42 
Rhythmic design: a correlation of physical 

training and art. P. M. Ferguson and D. M. 

Van Luven. il Sch (Sec ed) 29:801-2 My "41 
Tropical sea life: integration science and art. 

J. ■VVyckoff. il Sch Arts 41:318 My '42 
We do integrate art and science. H. Seguin. 

il Sch Arts 41:295 My '42 

Criticism 

See Art criticism 

Exhibitions 
See Art exhibits 

History 
Approach to art in adult education. H. 

Rosenau. il Adult Ed 14:35-44 S '41 
Art teacher's preparation in art history and 
art education. M. F. S. Glace. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p749-52) 
Correlation within the art course. J. Black- 
lock. Sch (Sec ed) :!0:7G6-9 My '42 
Direct approach in the study of art history. 
S. Der Nersessian. College Art Journal 1:54- 
60 Mr '42 



New source of visual material for teaching 
the history of art. I). N. Wilber. Ed Screen 
20:250+ Je '41 

Old art or new. F. J. Mather, Jr. College 
.\rt Journal 1:31-3 Ja '42 

View points: blind spots in art history teach- 
ing. T. L. Low. Magazine of Art 35:240+ 
N '42 

Philosophy 

Art in Catholic living. Sister Mary Genevrau 
Cath Ed R 42:287-90 My '44 

Philosophical thioriea of the nature of es- 
thetic values. K. Raymond, bibliog (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p411-12) 

Pictorial art and freedom. E. G. Dickinson. 
Sch (Sec ed) 30:586-90 Mr '42 

Psychology 

Aims and methods in professional art-school 
training. M. S. Fox. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p626-37) 

Arts of war. R. O. Parks. J Health & Phys 
Ed 13:469-71+ O '42 

Creative abilitv in art. and its educational 
fostering. T. Munro. bibliog (In National 
soci'^ty for the studv of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p289-322) 

Factors which work toward unity or coher- 
ence in visual design. I. G. Campbell, bib- 
liog f il Journal of Experimental Psychology 
28:145-62 F '41 

Psychological approach to art and art educa- 
tion. T. Munro. bibliog (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p249-88) 

Bihliography 
Recent research in the psychology of art. N. 
C. Meier. (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p379-400) 

Research 
Recent research in the psychology of art. N. 
C. Meier, bibliog (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P379-400) 

Research 
Bibliography 
Survey of recent research in art and art edu- 
cation. R. N. Faulkner. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p3G9-77) 

Sociological aspects 
Art and its relation to society. R. N. 

Faulkner, bibliog (In National society for 

the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 

P427-41) 
Stake of the arts in the preservation of the 

democratic way of life. W. Pach. Nat Assn 

Deans Women J 5:21-9 O '41 
Today needs the arts. A. Snyder. Childh Ed 

19:197-200 Ja '43 

Teaching 
See Art education 

Tests and scales 

Children's art abilities: studies at the Cleve- 
land museum of art. T. Munro; B. Lark- 
Horovitz; E. N. Barnhart. bibliog f il diag 
J Exper Ed 11:97-184 D '42 

Preferences of children for modem and older 
paintings. J. M. Todd. El Sch J 44:223-31 
D '43 

Study of social background and art aptitude 
of superior Negro children. A. S. Beckham, 
bibliog J Ap Psychol 26:777-84 D '42 

Test of preference.* for traditional and 
modern paintings. E. Katz. bibliog f J Ed 
Psychol 33:668-77 D '42 

Testing preferences with 2" x 2" slides. E. 
Katz. 11 Ed Screen 21:301+ O '42 

Tests for middle and upper grades: a test 
on famous painters. R. L. Connelley. 
Instr 51:28 N '41 

Tests for middle and upper grades: art mas- 
terpiece riddles. B. A. Johnson. Instr 51:25 
Ap '42 

Florida 
Florida, artist's paradise. B. Gaboon, il Sch 
Arts 42:254-62 Ap "43 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— Tune 1944 



91 



A RT — Continued 

Georgia 
Art in Georgia. E. R. Boylston. il Sell Arts 
42:27S-S04- Ap '43 

Latin America 
Art student south of the equator. E. P. 

Staufter. 11 Art Digest 16:1S+ D 15 '41 
Arts, crafts and customs of our neighbor 
republics; a bibliography. United States. 
Office of education. Library service divi- 
sion. (Bui. 1942 no2) 52p pa 10c '43 Supt. of 
doc. 

Puerto Rico 

Walt Dehner: artist at the University of 
Puerto Rico. M. Lee. il Magazine of Art 
35:16-21 Ja '42 

Scotland 
Art in national life; need for a real centre. 
S. Cursiter. Times Ed Sup 1382:514 O 25 '41 

United States 
Patron, incorporated; Dr Keppel and the 
Carnegie corporation's art program. W. 
Abell. il Magazine of Art 34:472-5-(- N '41 

See also 

Index of American National gallerj- of 
design art, Washington. 

D.C. 
ART, American 

Art contributes to national defense. E. E. 
Marshall. Ed Meth 21:60-70 N '41 

Material and environmental influences on 
American art. R. W. Talley. Tex Outl 25: 
41-3 D '41 

Social background of American art. F. Pay- 
ant. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p29-36) 
See also 

Index of American 
design 
ART, Canadian 

Canada as seen by its painters. W. H. Abell. 
il Sch Arts 43:257-94- Ap '44 

Indian art handicrafts of eastern Canada. F. 
G. Speck, il Sch Arts 43:266-70 Ap '44 
ART, Chinese 
See also 

Painting, Chinese 
ART, Commercial 

Art exhibits by commercial establishments. 
R. B. Farnum. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p694- 
7) 

Art in commerce. W. L. Longyear. (In Na- 
tional societv for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook, p 125-32) 

Contribution of allied arts to society. L. 
Schantz-Hansen. Sch Arts 43:111-12 D '43 

Directory of colleges, universities and pro- 
fes.sional schools offering training in oc- 
cupations concerned -with art in industry 
[mimeographed] Institute of women's pro- 
fessional relations. $1.50 '40 The inst, Conn, 
col, 751 Williams st, New London, Conn. 

Technical education of artists for commerce. 
J. C. Boudreau. (In National society for the 
studv of education. Fortieth yearbook. p658- 
61) 

Trade analysis of commercial art presents 
a vocational guidance technique. A. K. 
Yost, bibliog Pittsburgh Sch 16:151-81 Mr 
•42 

Why commercial art. R. Randall, il Design 
43:18-19 S '41 
ART, Indian (American) See Indians of North 

America — Art 
ART, Latin American 

Call for pioneers. E. Wilder. College Art 
Journal 1:6-9 N '41 

Enriching the instructional program through 
the arts of the southern republics. E. W. 
Robertson. Ed Outl 17:73-81 Ja '43 
See also 

Art, American 

Bibliography 

Art of Latin America. G. L. M. Morley. 
Progres Ed 18:306-7 O '41 
ART. Modernist 

Modern art first, not last. L. E. Schmeckc- 
bier. College Art Journal 1:60-3 Mr '42 



ART, Primitive 
Principles of African art. I. Dunn, il Sch 
Arts 43:102-3 N '43 
See also 
Petroglyphs 
ART, Religious. See Christian art and symbol- 
ism 
ART, Spanish American. See Art, American; 

Art, Latin American 
ART and industry 
Art education is national defense. P. J. de 

Lemos. Sch Arts 41:326-7 Je '42 
Art in a modern world. D. Liston. Teach 

Col J 15:31-2-1- N '43 
Art in industry. A. Bement: S. Cheney and 
M. Cheney, bibliog (In National society for 
the studv of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P93-10S) 
Design exhibition at the Albright art gal- 
lerv, Buffalo, N.Y. G. B. Washburn. 11 
Sch Arts 43:113-14 D '43 
Design for total victory. J. E. Alcott. EkJ 

63:245-7 D '42 
Opportunities for training and for employ- 
ment in applied art. F. N. Levy. (In Na- 
tional society for Uie study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p638-40) 
Reactions to the Albright art gallery exhibi- 
tion. E. T. Hodgin. Sch Arts 43:116 D '43 
ART centers 
See also 
Detroit. Children's 
House 
ART clubs 
Our art club activities. H. Rose. Sch Ac- 
tivities 15:122 D '43 
Outline program for art centered clubs. M. 
Munch. Sch Activities 13:309-t- Ap '42 
ART contests 
Salvage — clean-up — paint-up campaign: il- 
lustration contest, Minneapolis. B. F. Ma- 
ther, il Sch Arts 42:214-15 F '43 
What I lo^■e most in America; slogan for 
state art contest sponsored each year by 
Wisconsin federation of women's clubs. I. 
Cox. il Sch Arts 42:8-9 S '42 
ART criticism 
Some aspects of art criticism. D. Grafly. Ed 
63:253-7 D '12 
ART education 
A, B, C or D. D. W. Hunter, il Sch Arts 

43:322-3 My '44 
Adolescent artist. S. H. Dewdney. Sch (Sec 

ed) 32:121-44- O '43 
Aims and methods in professional art-school 
training. M. S. Fox. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. P626-37) 
All their desire is in the work of their craft. 

L. Warner. Ed 03:199-204 D '42 
Approach to art in adult education. H. 

Rosenau. il Adult Ed 14:35-44 S '41 
Army education; tuition in art schools. 

Times Ed Sup 1420:349 .Tl 18 '42 
Art and classroom life. M. Glasser. il Sch 

Arts 42:28-9 S '42 
Art and its relation to society. R. N. 
Faulkner, bibliog (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P427-41) 
Art and its relation to the curriculum. P.. E. 

Springsteed. Sch Arts 42:168 Ja "43 
Art approach to education. F. Strickler. pa 
$2 '41 A. G. Seller, 1224 Amsterdam av, 
N.Y. 
Art as cement. E. J. L. Peterson, il Sch 

Arts 42:176 Ja '43 
Art class in action. J. M. Home. $2 '41 

Longmans 
Art education for the postwar world. G. J. 

Cox. Calif J El Ed 12:.'iC-45 Ag '43 
Art education for the professional artist. R. 

L. Lcpper. Ed 03:237-40 D '42 
Art education in a democracy. M. H. Ross. 

H Points 23:35-9 D '41 
Art education to meet present and future 

needs. C. V. Kirby. Ed 63:229-31 D '42 
Art education today. 1942. Teachers college. 
Columbia university. Fine arts staff, bibliog 
pa $1.25 '42 Teachers col. 

Art expression thru geography and history. 

R. Teigen. 11 Sch Arts 41:316-17 My '42 
Art for the schools of America. H. Gregg. 

bibliog $2 '41 Int. textbook 



92 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ART education — Cantinitedi 
Art in a boys' and (,-lrls' center. I. D. Duck- 
worth, il Sell Arts 42:246-7 Mr '43 
Art in a modern world. D. Listen. Teach 

Col J 15:31-2-1- N '43 
Art in general education. L.. U. Winslow and 
others, blbliog (In National society for the 
.study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p4C9- 
618) 
Art in liberal education. W. S. Rusk. College 

Art Journal 1:22-5 .Ta '42 
Art museum comes to the school. L. B. 

Powel. $2 '44 Harper 
Art needs of the little child. C. P. Reynolds. 

il Sch Arts 42:2D0 My "43 
Art now. H. Gregg. Ed 63:318-20 Ja '43 
Art teacher at work. P. Ames. Progres Ed 

18:458-60 D '41 
Art teacher.s' call to arms. S. E. Wider. 

Sch Arts 42:7 S '42 
Art teaching and art courses. A. Marsh. Sch 

(Sec ed) 31:27-30 S '42 
Art ways and work space. E. L.. Guernsey. 

il Nation's Sch 28:35-7 N '41 
Art without sight. F. Cook. II Sch Arts 43: 

40-5 O '43 
Artist in every child. G. A. RIsden. Design 

43:4 Mr '42 
Art's function brought up-to-date. K. C. 

Ray. Ohio Sch 21:342-3 N '43 
Arts in American education. J. L.. Murseil. 
Ed Forum 8:151-7 Ja '44; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 9:1-4 F '44 
Attainment of aesthetic values through the 
creative arts. F. Strickler. Teach Ed J 4: 
22-6 Je '42 
Axioms of art education. R. M. Pearson. 

Art Digest 16:15 My 1 '42 
Beauty beside busy streets. M. H. West, il 
Christian Science Monitor Weekly Magazine 
Section p4 O 4 '41 
Boys want action and thrills. E. E. Lowry. 

il Sch Arts 42:351 Je "43 
Child art. A. B. Beckwith. il Sch Arts 41: 

146-9 Ja '42 
Commercial correspondence courses in art. A. 
G. Pelikan. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p663- 
4) 
Community enterprises and national organi- 
zations Influencing art education. R. B. 
Farnum. (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p708-16) 
Creative teaching in art. V. E. D'Amico. 

$2.50 '42 Int. textbook 
Defence of education in the arts. W. R. 

Niblett. New Era 24:55-1- Ap '43 
Design, a basis for art education. R. H. 

William.^. Design 43:23 N '41 
Education through art. H. E. Read. $7.50 '43 

Ryerson press 
Educational function of a museum of decora- 
tive arts. J. Dewey, il Chronicle of the 
Mu.seum for the Arts of Decoration of 
Cooper Union 1 no3:93-9 '37 
Every man's art. G. Hynson. H Sch J 24: 

212-14 My '41 
Experiment in art education. J. W. Grimes, 
Jr and B. D. King, il Ed Res Bui 23:93-7 
Ap '44 
Experiment with a diversified art program 
K. F. Perry, bibliog $1.85 '43 Teachers col; 
faummary. Teach Col Rec 45:127-8 N '43 
Pine arts as liumanistic studies. R. M 

Ogden. Ed 63:505-11 Ap '43 
Free art for children. J. Stewart. Ed Meth 

22:278-80 Mr '43 
Function of the modern art museum in gen- 
eral education. J. E. Knowles. Calif J El 
Ed 11:118-24 N '42 
General and technical education of the artist. 
R. B. Farnum. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p619- 
26) 
Give it thought. S. E. Wider. Sch Arts 43:239 

Mr '44 
Good citizenship. A. C. Morton, il Sch Arts 

42:32 S '42 
Influences in the adolescent years of artists. 
M L. Triplett. bibliog f Sch R 51:300-8 My 
43 
Integrated program. L.. L. Winslow. 11 Sch 

Arts 42:146-7 Ja '43 
Introduction to Fortieth yearbook of the 
National society for the study of education. 
T. Jlunro. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p3- 
25) 



Language arts as arts. D. H. Russell. El 
Sch J 44:404-9 Mr '44 

Learning to use color. L. M. Grubert. Sch 
Arts 42:362 Je '43 

Museum work with children. H Van Weeren- 
Grlek. II Va J Ed 35:252-4 Mr •4'> 

Other agencies In art education, formal and 
Informal. R. B. Farnum and others, bibliog 
(In National Kociety for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p677-718) 

Overspecialization and art education. E. 
WInternitz. Assn Am Col B 28:276-82 My 
42 

Pa.st and present trends In art education R. 
B. Farnum and others, bibliog (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p445-6S) 

Phllo.'<ophy of art teaching. F. C. Schwarz. 
Ed 62:566-72 My '42 b . . ^ iwara. 

Place of the nne arts In the school pro- 
gram. M. Jantzen. (In Pennsylvania. 
University. School of education. Roads to 
the future. p212-17) 

Practical philosophy of art education. R. 
D. McCommons. Va J Ed 35:254-5 Mr '42 

Practicing and appreciating the arts W H 
Johnson, il Chicago Sch J 22:145-51 Ap '4i 

Preparation of the general classroom teacher 
for teaching art. E. Ziegfeld. bibliog (In 
National society for the study of education 
Fortieth yearbook. pSOl-19) 

Psychological approach to art and art edu- 
cation. T. Munro. bibliog (In National so- 
ciet.v for the study of education. Fortielh 
yearbook. p249-88) 

Realization of_ values through art. Ed Vic 

Revolution in art. S. Wltmeyer. 11 Sch ArU 
42:349-50 Je '43 

Role of the arts in the education of teach- 
ers. R. W. Tyler. El Sch J 44:3-5 S '43 

Some ideas relating to the resources and 
opportunities of the teacher of the arts. 
F. P. Giles. (In Kentucky. University. 
Proceedings of the eighteenth annual edu- 
cational conference, p 165-70) 

Streamlined art lesson. S. H. Dewdney plan 
Sch (Sec ed) 30:34-6 S '41 

Teachers enjoy the arts. R. N. Faulkner 
and H. E. Davis, pa 50c '43 Am. council on 
ed. 

Teaching art in rural schools. F. T. Ahlfeld. 
(In National society for the studv of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p583-92) 

Teaching of art in schools. E. Glbbs 3d ed 
rev $2.50 '41 Greenberg. pub, inc. 67 W 44th 
St. N.Y. 

Trade your pencil for a gun. E. Anthony, 
il Sch Arts 42:152-4 F '43 

Two ways of experiencing art. E. R. Boylston. 
Nat Ei Prin 22:210-12 Je '43 

View points: blind spots in art history teach- 
inS; T. L. Low. Magazine of Art 35:240-f- 

Viewpoints: art education in the people's 

war. J. Deiss. Magazine of Art 36:99-(- Mr 

43 
Why? J. L. Jenemann. il Sch Arts 43:298- 

9 My '44 
Tour counselor service: art. J. M. Todd. 

See monthly numbers of Instructor 
See also 
Moving pictures in Painting 

art education War and education- 

Museum education Subject fields— Art 

Achievements, Student 

Systems of grading. D. P. Vaughan. (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p603-7) 

Ways of evaluating students' art work. E. 
Patzig. bibliog f (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth vearbook. 
P399-603) 

Administration 
Current practices in school art. L. L. Wins- 
low. (In National society for the studv of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p469-9li 

Aims and objectives 

Art and individual development on the sec- 
ondary-school level. V. E. D'Amico. (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p541-4) 

Art education toward world realization. L. L. 
Winslow. Ed Adm & Sup 30:97-104 F '44 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



93 



ART education — Aims and objectives — Cont. 

Changing emphases in school art programs. 
R. S. Hilpert. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p447- 
53) 

Current practices in school art. L. L.. Wins- 
low. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearboolc. p469-91) 

Purpose of art teaching. N. Youngman. J Ed 
London 74:197-9 My '42 

Senior-high-school art program. M. Quin. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p529-35) 

Some problems of aim and method in train- 
ing art teachers. O. F. Ege. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p721-6) 

Bibliography 

Selected references on elementar.v-school in- 
struction: art (cont) W. G. Whitford, comp. 
El Sch J 42:220-2: 43:179-80; 44:172-3 N ■41, 
N '42. N "43 

Selected references on secondary-school in- 
struction; art (cont) W. G. Whitford, comp. 
Sch R 50:225-5; 51:153-5; 52:151-2 Mr '42. 
Mr '43, Mr "44 

Courses of study 

Curriculum trends and procedures for a 12- 
year arts and crafts program [mimeo- 
graphed] H. B. Wood, ed. pa 30c '41 Univ. 
of Ore. co-operative store 

Suggested course of study and teacher's 
manual for art education, grades 1-8. Ver- 
mont. Department of education. '43 The 
dept, Montpelier 

Creative activities 
Art characteristics of children at various 

levels of their development. C. H. Niner. 

il Baltimore B EkJ 15:215-20 My '41 
Art — originality and progress. M. J. Johnston. 

il Sch (El ed) 29:939-41 Je '41 
Art ways and work space. E. L. Guernsey. 

il Nation's Sch 28:35-7 N '41 
As the child talks to himself. G. A. Risden. 

Progres Ed 20:20-2 Ja '43 
Consider the child. S. E. Herr. Sch Arts 

42:297 My '43 
Creative ability in art. and its educational 

fostering. T. Munro. bibliog (In National 

society for the study of education. Fortieth 

yearbook. p2S9-322> 
Creative activity in children. B. R. Simpson. 

J Ed Psychol 34:431-9 O '43 
Creative activity in nursery school. L. Kis- 

kaddon and others, il Sch Arts 42:291-2 My 

'43 
Creative art in the kindergarten. M. E. 

Gregory. Sch (El ed) 32:39-42 S '43 
Creative art! what is it? J. W. Milnor. 11 

Instr 52:40 F "43 
Integration of music and the study of color 

and design. A. Randolph, il Sch Arts 41: 

296 My '42 
It's fun to create. M. R. Barron. 11 Sch Arts 

41:112-13 D '41 
'L-et children create with many materials; 

ed. by W. J. Pflepsen. L. Macauley. il Sch 

Arts 41:209-10 F '42 
Music and murals. L. Grey, il Grade Teach 

59:324- F '42 
Poetry and creative art. K. Dissinger. 11 

Instr 53:21-1- :\Ir '44 
Second grade illustrate Februarv poems. E. 

R. Taylor, il Am Childh 28:26-8 F '43 
To feint, or to paint? L,. K. Bush, bibliog f 

Harvard Ed R 13:119-26 Mr '43 
What to do about this children's art? H. 

Van Weeren-Griek. Va J Ed 36:259-60-f 

Mr '43 

Curriculum 
Aesthetic orchestration at West Virginia 

state college. J. F. Matheus. Assn Am Col 

B 27:445-8 O '41 
Art for the college undergraduate. R. A 

Folger. Ed 63:208-12 D '42 
Art for the college undergraduate. J. L 

Gardner. Ed 63:232-4 D '42 
Art in a public-school curriculum. J. Driver. 

(In National society for the studv of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p509-14) 
Art in boys' preparatory schools. T. M. Folds. 

(In National society for the studv of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p545-9) 
Art in secondary education. S. B. Tannahlll 

bibliog f (In National society for the study 

of education. Fortieth yearbook. p517-26) 



Art in the elementary school. E. L. Mitchell 
and S. B. Tannahill. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. P499-509) 

Art serves the community. M. Arbuckle. il 
Sch Executive 63:25-7-)- N '43 

Art work in a one-room continuation school. 
E. L. Pryne. Sch (Sec ed) 32:493-5 F '44 

Changing emphases in school art programs. 
R. S. Hilpert. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p447- 
53) 

Continuity of progression in art education. H. 
M. Howell. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p579- 
83) 

Course requirements for teachers of art In 
fiftj' institutions. W. E. Hager and E. Zieg- 
feld. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p735-43) 

Courses other than art and education for 
the prospective art teacher. E. Horn. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p753-6) 

Creative arts program. C. P. Gauss. Assn 
Am Col B 27:438-44 O '41 

Curricular patterns of sonie institutions pre- 
paring art teachers. G. S. Dutch. (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p727-34) 

Development of art courses in Southern as- 
sociation state teachers colleges — an inter- 
pretation. F. P. Giles. Peabody J Ed 19; 
274-9 Mr '42 

Effect of recent integrative trends on a pub- 
lic-school art program. A. C. Field. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p462-4) 

Fine arts, art and allied arts. Missouri. De- 
partment of education. (Mo. at work on 
the public sch. curriculum. Secondary sch. 
ser. bul. 5B 1941) 243p '41 The dept, Jeffer- 
son City 

High school studies American primitive art. 
D. VanLoozen and D. Bulkley. il Sch Arts 
43:77-80 N '43 

Some present and recommended practices In 
school art. W. G. Whitford. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p460-2) 

Technical and liberal courses in the art 
school. C. M. Ulp. (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
PG48-9) 

Vitamin A(rt) for an enriched curriculum; 
suggestions for elementary teachers. C. A. 
Gayne, jr. il Design 43:26-7 S: 16-17 O; 
26-7 N; 22 D '41: 22-3 Ja; 22-3 F; 24-5 
Mr; 22-5 Ap; 24-5 My '42 

History 
Early history of American art education. R. 
B. Farnum. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p445- 
7) 

Projects 
Adventure in art in the library. A. F. Car- 
penter, il Nation's Sch 29:50-1 Je "42 
Adventuring with cotton, il Sch Arts 43:162-4 

Ja '44 
American way of living; a sixth grade mural. 

M. Jones and W. Harelson. il Sch Arts 43: 

34 S '43 
Animal designs in calico. V. Jamison, il 

Instr 51:23 Ja '42 
Animals as a live art project. E. R. Boylston. 

il Sch Arts 42:34 S '42 
Animals of the jungle. G. Webber, il Sch 

Arts 41:165-9 Ja '42 
Art and geography portfolios. I. B. Haugen. 

il Instr 52:43-1- O '43 
Art and literature. L. E. Mills, il Sch Arts 

42:171 Ja '43 
Art on the air. C. Cook, il Sch Arts 42:179 

Ja '43 
Art room work shop. See numbers of School 

arts September 1941- 
Art scrapbook for grade XX. K. V. Arthur. 

Sch (Sec ed) 30:219-21 N '41; Same. Sch 

(El ed) 30:300-2 D '41 
Art students interpret American Red cross 

home nursing program, il Sch Arts 43:169- 

70 Ja '44 
Art suggestions [title varies] L. D. Tessin. 

See monthly numbers of American childhood 
Art to the public. H. A. Zeigler. 11 Sch Arts 

41:25-6 S '41 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ART education— Projects — Continued 
Art work lecmiiea careful pluriniiis- J- M. 

Todd, il Iiistr f.l::iri Mv ••12 
Attractive blotter book'. M. B. Hill. 11 Instr 

50::t4 O '41 
Beautify your .surroundlnR.'! (cont) D. Far- 
well. 11 Sch (Id ed) 29:82.'>, 901 My-Je '41 
BeKliinlnt,- year activities. S. Kchtus. 11 Am 

Childh 27:27 S '41 
Beginnings: teaching art to children. M. Mc- 
L.ei.«ih. !i;3.50 '42 Studio pubs, inc. 381 4th av, 

N.Y. 
Bird booklet cover. S. Rehtus. II Am Childh 

28:39 Ap '43 
Bird.s in art. E. R. Boylston. 11 Sch Arts 43: 

324 My -44 
Bookmarks and book Jackets. M. Todd. II 

In.str 53:41 N '43 
Borders easy to make. O. E. Barnett and 

G. T. Barnett. 11 Grade Teach 59:31 Ja '42 
Bo.Y-book. B. M. Wads worth. 11 diags Sch 

Arts 43:126 D '43 
Button llowcrs. B. Campbell. 11 Sch (El ed) 

31:C26 Mr '43 
Buy bonds here. B. R. Boylston. il Sch Arts 

42:309 My '43 
Calendar; an arts and crafts design for every 

month. E. deL.. Morton, il Sch Arts 42: 

58-9 O '42 
Cartoon movie project. D. Allen. 11 Sch Arts 

41:24 S '41 
Chicken-coop with some chickens. A. C. 

Wonson. il diags Am Childh 27:53 My '42 
Children at play — cutouts made of poster 

papers, cotton prints, and twine. V. 

Jamison, il Instr 51:31 Mr '42 
Children build a pet shop. E. R. Boylston. 

il Sch Arts 41:211 F '42 
Circus in grade 2. L. Gray, il Sch Arts 41:72 

O '41 
Circus parade. C. Tabary. il Grade Teach 60: 

34-5 Je '43 
Classroom journey to Hopiland. B. M. Wads- 
worth, il map Sch Arts 42:150-3 Ja '43 
Clever brownies. E. Oberholtzer. II Instr 52: 

31 Je '43 
Clo.sing week activities. S. Rehtus. diags 

Am Childh 27:42 Je '42 
Coin bank. R. C. Wagner. 11 Grade Teach 

61:29 Mr '44 
Color study thru photographic reproduction. 

J. Dohanich. il Sch Arts 42:346 Je '43 
Colored sawdu.?t — an art medium. R E 

Creasy, il Instr 53:36 Mr '44 
Colorful flower containers. L, D Tessin. il 

Am Childh 27:37 N '41 
Corrugated board for picture frames, il Sch 

Arts 43:206-7 F '44 
Covered-wagon caravan. J. WyckofC. 11 Instr 

52:334- Je '43 
Covington schools and art integration. J 

Dudley and others, il Sch Arts 42:286 Ap 

43 
Crafts from corrugated paper B M. Wads- 
worth, il Sch Arts 41:302-3 My '42 
^^S°o?-'S'' papers. L. D. Tessin. il Am Childh 

.i7:36 N 41 
Decorating a cardbo.ard box. L. D. Tessin 

il diags Am Childh 29:34 N '43 

'^Childh''27:2'4°N •4?'''"'"^=- ^^ ^"'^'"^- ^"^ 

Design for toy or room decoration. C. Tabary 
il Grade Teach 60:21 Je '43 

Design hair styles with paper curls, C Ward 
i! Sch Arts 42:89 N '42 

Early New England life and customs. J Dud- 
ley and A. Kelch. il Sch Arts 43:244 Mr '44 

Easy to make knitting bag. S. E. Wider 
diags Sch Arts 43:142 D '43 

Eighth grades make Latin-American dolls 
M. .Swords, il Sch Arts 43:238 Mr '44 

''n,ildh27?'4r^e''>^- ''"'""" ^'^^' ^"^ 

^edTl'2:ro-l My ^i"^' ^'^ '^^''- " ^"^ <^' 
Farm booklet cover. O. E. Barnett and G 

T. Barnett. il Grade Teach 59:39 Mr '42 
Farm visit. S. Rehtus. il Am Childh 2S: 

40-1 Je '43 
Farming as seen by the ten-year-olds. T 

Cowan. 11 Sch Arts 43:292-5 My '44 
Feed store. S. Rehtus. 11 Am Childh 27:25 S 

41 
First and second grade home unit. A, No- 

watzki and M. Jones, il Sch Arts 42:244-5 

Mr '43 
First grade locomotive. M. Farnham. il Sch 

Arts 42:242 Mr "43 



Flower-box decorations. S. Rehtus. 11 Am 

Childh 28:42 N '42 
Flower boxes of wood, nail-tapped. A. C. 

Wonson. 11 Am Childh 27:44-5 Ja '42 
Folders for defense stamp books. S. E. Wider. 

11 Sch Arts 42:309 My '43 
Fourth graders enjoy Stravinsky's Firebird 

suite. M. Matherly. 11 Sch Arts 42:288 Ap 
43 
Fun with old newspapers. E. Hosle. 11 Sch 

(El ed) 31:809 My '43 
Fun with paper bags. M. Farnham. 11 Sch 

Arts 41:51 O '41 
Garden sticks. A. C. Wonson. Am Childh 27: 

45 My '42 
Gay peasant cap. 11 diags Sch Arts 43:143 

D '43 
Gay Uncle Sam. D. J. Snow. 11 Instr 52:25 

Ja '43 
Gift with a patriotic motif. L.. C. Eyraud. 

11 Instr 50:25 Je '41 
Gifts from corrugated paper. R. E. Creasy. 

il Instr 53:36 D '43 
Gifts to make all through the year. II Sch 

Arts 43:64 O '43 
Glorified glasses. B, L. Grass. 11 Sch Arta 

41:47 O '41 
Good liook week project. E. M. Ryan. II 

Sch Arts 41:36 S '41 
Gothic chapel. J. Dudley, il Sch Arts 42:283 

Ap '43 
Gourds: things to make in the fall. H. F. 

Showalter. il Grade Teach 61:21 S '43 
Greeting cards and conservation. S. E. Wider. 

11 Sch Arts 42:250-1 Mr '43 
Hair styling; a problem in art. J. B. Waldrip. 

11 Sch Arts 42:347 Je '43 
Heads of sixth graders. L. M. Elliott, il Sch 

Arts 42:208-9 F '43 
Hen and chicks. S. Rehtus. il Am Childh 28: 

43 Mr '43 
Holiday ideas. M. Rogers, il Sch Arts 43:58-9 

O '43 
Holiday windows. E. D. Buckley, il Grade 

Teach 59:39-f- Ap '42 
Home-made napkin ring. E. Cahill. il Am 

Childh 29:44-5 Ap '44 
Home to you, M, P. Wefer. 11 Sch Arts 41: 

245 Mr '42 
How art helped a community election. E D 

Myers, il Sch Arts 42:237 Mr '43 
How we advertised our flower show. P. Case- 
beer, il Sch Arts 42:241 Mr '43 
Illustration in the elementarv school. V De- 
pew, il Sch (El ed) 32:683-5 Ap '44 
Improvising with felt, J. Currens, il Sch Arts 

41:54 O '41 
Indian lore and customs, J, Harris, il Sch 

Arts 43:94 N '43 
Indian papoose. E. M. Jewell. II Grade Teach 

60:37 O '42 
Indian scene. S. Rehtus. 11 Am Cliildh 28:42-3 

Indian village. E. A. Undberg. 11 Grade Teach 

59:49 S '41 
Indoor circus on the march. M. Gode. il Am 

Childh 29:49 Mr '44 
Jocko, the jointed clown. .\. C. Wonson 

diags Am Childh 27:43 Je '42 
Jumping jack. L. D. Tessin. il dlag Am 

Childh 29:36 Ap '44 
Junior Red cross activities in the art educa- 
tion program in the elementarv schools. 

B. F. Mather and others, il Sch Arts 42:16- 

17 S '42 
Landing of Columbus. S. Rehtus, il diags Am 

Childh 27:40 O '41 
Large illustrative painting a socialized ac- 

tivity. I. M. Jacobs. Sch Arts 41:357 Je '42 
Learning leaves. S. Rehtus. il Am Childh 27: 

Letter-portfolio; a Junior Red cross prolect 
B M. Wentzel. il diags Sch Arts 43:127 D 

4.i 

Library project in the art class. G. Reinhard, 

il Sch Arts 43:234 Mr '44 
Light play with flsh puppets, G, Webber, 

il Sch Arts 41:150-1 Ja '42 
Live wire project. J. Stern, il Sch Arts 41:114 

D 41 
Log cabin project. A. J, Sommerfeld. II Sch 

Arts 41:.';3 O '41 
Making glass prints. W. S. Rice. II diags 

Sch Arts 41:338-9 Mr '42 
Many uses for gourds. M. B. Hill, il Instr 51: 

Many uses for little mirrors. M B Hill 11 
Instr 51:36-1- N '41 ' 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



95 



ART education — Projects — Continued 
JIanv uses for old tin cans. M. B. Hill, il 

Instr 50;38 O '41 
Medieval adventure. D. B. Kalb. 11 Design 

43:4-6 N '41 
Meet SJiozzIes; gourd articles and how to 

make them. L. Gray, il Sch Arts 41:48 O 

Milking we did go. J. L. Jenemann. il Sch 

Arts 42:339 Je '43 
Miniature circus, il Sch Arts 41:72 O '41 
Mr Andrews' store. L.. McCullough. il Sch Arts 

42:243 Mr '43 
Mobiles and twelve years. D. Medhurst. 11 

Sch Arts 43:296-7 My '44 
Mother Nature and camouflage. U. M. Barry. 

il Sch Arts 43:32-3-f S '43 
Movable animal figure. L.. D. Tessin. il Am 

Chiidh 29:37 Ap '44 
Mural ... I hear America singing. O. 

Vogel. il Sch Arts 42:27 S '42 
Murals . . . art and music through the ages. 

V. H. Williams, il Sch Arts 43:248-9 Mr '44 
Noah's ark: Old woman in the shoe. G. 

Mader and L. Drum, il Sch Arts 43:306-7 

My '44 
Novel bookmarks, il Sch Arts 42:136 D "42 
Oh. give a man a horse he can ride; horse 

and armor for a sixth grade medieval tour- 
nament. M. Farnham. 11 diags Sch Arts 

41:17 S '41 
Our costume dolls and their castle. D. M. 

Weber, il Sch Arts 41:10-11 S '41 
Our friends, the United nations. E. Simpson. 

il Sch Arts 43:242 Mr '44 
Our friends to the south of us. 11 Sch Arts 

43:318-21 ily '44 
Our nail keg animals. F. Eichor. 11 Sch Arts 

42:249 Mr '43 
Our navy: patriotic borders and booklets; 

.•sailor boys. O. E. Barnett and G. T. Bar- 

nett. il Grade Teach 59:18-19 My '42 
Outdoor sketching with grade DC. D. M. 

Van Luven. il Sch (Sec ed) 32:680-5 Ap '44 
Painters and their fantasie. M. J. WTiite. il 

Sch .\rts 41:9 S '41 
Pan-American project. E. D. Myers, il Sch 

Arts 42:332-3 Je '43 
Pan American yearbook, il Sch Arts 42:122-5 

D '42 
Paper and cloth, wartime art from discarded 

materials. D. W. Smedley. 11 diags Sch Arts 

43:194-5 F '44 
Patriotic headbands and shields. J. M. Todd. 

11 Instr 53:35 F '44 
Pecan dolls for party favors or gifts. M. T. 

Jones, il Sell Arts 43:133 D '43 
Penguin pen-wiper. F. C. Rue. il Am Chiidh 

28:15 S '42 
Pioneer poster. E. A. Lindberg. Grade Teach 

59:52-3 S '41 
Polar bears at home. S. Rehtus. il diags 

Am Chiidh 27:40-1 Ja '42 
Potted tulip for your window. G. S. Shires. 

il Instr 51:26 Ap '42 
Project in elementary art. K. Callahan. 

Teach Col J 13:294- N '41 
Projects. 11 Sch Arts 42:315 My '43 
Recreation murals ... a unified school art 

project. M. E. Sell, il Sch Arts 41:354 Je 

■12 
Relating art to life. Mrs J. M. Irwin. Sch 

(El ed) 31:684-6 Ap '43 
Remembrance day cards. B. B. Barron. 11 

Sch (El ed) 32:244-5 N '43 
Rub drawing. E. K. Petermaji. il Sch Arts 

42:360 Je '43 
Salvage material and today's art program. 

H. B. Parks, il Sch Arts 43:212 F '44 
Salvagine: for sale; a creative arts project. 

E. E. Rufflni. Prac Home Econ 22:16-1- Ja 

'44 
Serving the community through art and con- 
structive work. A. Milligan. Sch (El ed) 

32:687-9 Ap '44 
1776 costume study. M. E. Newell, il Sch 

Arts il:61 O '41 
Signs of spring. S. Rehtus. il Am Chiidh 

27:42 Mr '42 
Silhouette greeting cards. E. deL. Morton. 

il Sch Arts 42:48-50 O '42 
Sketch book. W. Robinson. 11 Sch Arts 41: 

167 Ja '42 
Solid form.s figures. K. R. Kuemmerlein. il 

Sch Arts 43:197-9 F '44 
Some projects in lower school art. M. For- 
ester. Sch (Sec ed) 31:703-6 Ap '43 



Something new in gift cards. G. E. Bowdy. il 

Sch Arts 42:232 Mr '43 
Stained glass windows. A. Hawthorne. bib- 
Hog 11 Am Chiidh 27:20-1 Ap '42 
Stained-glass windows. E. G. Samet. 11 Instr 

53:33-1- D '43 
Tapestries. 11 Sch Arts 42:94-5 N '42 
Tapestries in the grades. T. E. Powers. 11 

Sch Arts 43:66 O '43 
Things to make. O. E. Barnett and G. T. 

Barnett. 11 Grade Teach 59:29 Ja '42 
Things to make. E. A. Lindberg. il Grade 

Teach 59:22-3 D '41 
Things to make. A. L. Skelly. il Grade Teach 

60:44-5-1- O '42 
Thing.^s to make at harvesttime. V. Hell. 11 

In.^itr 53:42 N '43 
Third grade and clocks. M. Hovland. il Sch 

Arts 43:311 My '44 
Three- tone brush painting. W. S. Rice. II 

Sch Arts 42:342 Je '43 
Tin cans for metal tapping. A. C. Wonson. 

11 Instr 51:42 F '42 
Tinv wool dolls for lapel ornaments. M. B. 

Hill. 11 Instr 51:26 Je '42 
Uncle Sam decoration. L. L. Rosenorans. il 

Instr 53:34 F '44 
Under sea decorations. M. L. Kasslng. 11 

Sch Arts 42:359 Je '43 
U.S. army, navy, marines. Air corps, and 

auxiliary forces in the art class. M. E. Sell 

and M. Mathwig. il Sch Arts 43:243 Mr '44 
Useful mats. E. M. Anderson, il Instr 53:33 

Mr '44 
Walnut shells. I. D. Kuenstler. il Am Chiidh 

27:40 Mr '42 
We double it. M. B. Mize. il Sch Arts 42: 

90-1 N '42 
We had a bazaar. M. L. Larkin. il Sch 

Arts 42:19 S '42 
We make a crab to wear on our coats, diags 

Am Chiidh 2S:1S Ap '43 
We make our own games. G. Wells, il Sch 

Arts 41:170-1 Ja '42 
Where art pavs the bills. G. Kent, il Sch 

Arts 40:330-3 Je '41; Same cond. Reader's 

Digest 39:79-80 O '41 
Winter sports decorations. L. M. Jones. 

Grade Teach 59:42-3 F '42 
Wood, the universal art craft material, il 

diags Sch Arts 41:182-3 F '42 
Yankee Doodle. J. Dudley and V. Wadsworth. 

il Sch Art."; 43:245 Mr '14 
Tarn — a craft material. M. H. Jones, il Sch 

Arts 41:212-13 F '42 
Zebras at home. S. Rehtus. il Am Chiidh 

27:41 Mr '42 

Research 

Expressive arts in school instruction. K. J. 
Arisraan. bibliog R Ed Res 13:190-9 Ap '43 

Opinions on the aims and methods of art 
education. G. Sobotka. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p453-60) 

Relation of recent aesthetic and psychological 
research to art education. T. E. Dickson, 
bibliog f J Ed London 73:240-t- Je '41 

Bibliography 
Survey of recent research in art and art 
education. R. N. Faulkner. (In National so- 
ciety for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p369-77) 

Supervision 

Preparation of the art supervisor. C. V. 
Kirby and L. L. Winslow. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p7S7-91) 

Rural art supervision and teachers' extension 
classes. H. Gregg. (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
p793-800) 

Teacher training 
See Art teachers — Training 

Teachers' manuals 

FitzGibbon system of teaching art [teacher's 
manual to accompany FitzGibbon art 
series] J. R. FitzGibbon. 2d ed pa 35c '42 
FitzGibbon art bk. Co, 3441 N Ashland av. 
Chicago 

School art series. C. V. Frayn. 45c '39 Renouf 
pub. CO, 1433 JIcGill college av, Montreal 



96 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ART education — Continued 

Teaching aids and devices 
Art portfolios. E. J. Chappel. 11 Sch ArU 

42:134-5 D '42 
Children can use paints In many different 

ways. J. Olsen. 11 Design 43:20-1 My '42 
Grade helps. See numbiTs of School arts 
Let's draw; a radio program in creative ex- 
pression. J. A. Schwalbach. 11 Sch Arts 

41:174-5 Ja '42 
Music stimulates art pupils. R. P. Bullock. 

Clearing House 16:111 O '41 
New source of visual material for teaching 

the history of art. D. N. Wllber. Ed 

Screen 20:250-(- Jc '41 
Problem of materials in art appreciation. J. 

W. Grimes. Jr. Ed Res Bui 23:20-2-J- Ja '44 
Television: a new means of art education. H. 

D. M. Grier. College Art Journal 1:9-11 

N '41 
Wood flies for art teachers. J. L,. Jeneraann. 

11 Sch Arts 43:200-1 F '44 

Teaching methods 

Appreciation through self-criticism. A. C. 
Wilson. Sch (Sec ed) 30:307-9 D '41 

Art in the L..C.C. schools. E. G. Dickinson. 
Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 29:753-6. 790-4 
Ap-ily '41 

Current practices in school art. L. L. Wins- 
low. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p469-91) 

Demonstration in new methods of teaching 
art. H. L. Sherman. Ed Res Bui 22:189 O 
'43 

Senior-high-school art program. M. Quin. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p529-35) 

Some present and recommended practices In 
school art. W. G. Whitford. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p460-2) 

Some procedures in art teaching. B. Boas. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p535-40) 

Theories and principles 
Statement to art teachers. K. J. Arisman, 

ed. Progres Ed 19:163-6 Mr '42 
Theory and practice in art education. A. 

Neumeyer. College Art Journal 1:11-13 N 

•11 

Value 

Art and the universities. C. D. Gaitskell. 
Sch (Sec ed) 29:936-9 Je '41 

Art in secondary' education. S. B. Tannahill. 
bibliog f (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p517-26) 

Art of fine living is part of our way of life. 
Li. D. Poole. America 67:38-9 An 18 '42 

Art values In life. A. W. Christ-Janer. Na- 
tion's Sch 28:34 N '41 

Is the art program worth defending? R. 
Iglehart. Design 43:20 O '41 

Public school art and the small community. 
I. Holt. Va J Ed 35:258 Mr '42 

This little pig—. M. A. Giles and H. H. 
Giles. Ed Meth 21:236-41 F '42 

War aspects 
See War and education — Subject fields — 
Art 

Colleges and universities 

Art and the universities. C. D. Gaitskell. 
Sch (Sec ed) 29:936-9 Je '41 

Art appreciation and the curriculum. C. J. 
Ducasse. Assn Am Col B 27:429-33 O '41 

Art education in the university. U. A. Middel- 
dorf. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p572-6) 

Art for the college undergraduate. R. A. 
Folger. Ed 63:208-12 D '43 

Art for the college undergraduate. J. L. 
Gardner. Ed 63:232-4 D '42 

Art in education. G. Boas. Atlantic Monthly 
168:753-60 D '41 

Art workshop. L.. M. Fisher and H. T. Stoick. 
11 Sch Arts 42:156-8 Ja '43 

Artists in residence in colleges. L. L. Wins- 
low. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p577-9) 

Arts in the college curriculum. G. Boas. 
Assn Am Col B 27:434-7 O '41 

Call for pioneers. E. Wilder. College Art 
Journal 1:6-9 N '41 



Combined art courses in liberal arts colleges. 
L. A. Coon. (In Music teachers national 
association. Proceedings, 1941. p263-72) 

First five years of the arts program. S. T. 
Arnold. Assn Am Ool B 27:635-69 D '41 

Function of the school in art education. E. 
A. Park. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Coordination of school 
and community. p339-47) 

Integration In a university workshop. H. R, 
Huber. 11 Sch Arts 42:159 Ja '4.1 

Modern art flrat, not last. L,. E. Schmecke- 
bier. College Art Journal 1:60-3 Mr '42 

Modern art makes history, too. A. H. Barr. 
jr. College Art Journal 1:3-6 N '41; Sum- 
mary. Art Dlge.sl 16:14 D 15 '41 

Teacher of art In colleges and universities. 
G. S. Dutch, (in National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P775-9) 

To feint, or to paint? I.. K. Bush, bibliog f 
Harvard Ed R 13:119-26 Mr "43 
See also 

College art associa- 
tion of America 

Elementary schools 

Art and the child; a timely talk to ele- 
mentary art teachers. D. Swander. il De- 
sign 43:14-17 Mr '42 

Art education for the elementary schools; a 
guide for the teaching of art in the ele- 
mentary schools in the state of Ohio with 
particular emphasis on the organization of 
materials for the varying needs of the 
state. Ohio. Department of education. 90p 
'40 The dept, Columbus 

Art in elementary education. L.. L. Winslow. 
S2.75 '42 McGraw-Hill 

Art in the elementary school. E. L. Mitchell 
and S. B. Tannahill. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p499-509) 

Children can use paints in many different 
ways. J. Olsen. 11 Design 43:20-1 My '42 

Curricular needs for art. A. H. Quick. (In 
California elementary school principals' as- 
sociation. Elementary school environment 
and the modern curriculum; thirteenth 
yearbook. pS2-6) 

Development program for the intermediate 
school. M. G. Swerer. pa $2.50 '39 The au- 
thor, Eastern Wash. col. of ed, Cheney 

Elementarj' art activities in a platoon sys- 
tem. E. A. Stephan. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p515-16) 

Elementary school art. L. M. Bravo. Sierra 
Ed N 40:26 F '44 

Fine arts in elementary education. F. C. 
Schwarz. Va J Ed 37:177-8 Ja '44 

Fundamentals for the art program. E. R. 
Boylston. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:130 

Hints on art teaching. M. I. Johnston. Sch 
(El ed) 32:779-80 My '44 

If only special subjects teachers would. L. 
Nulton. Ed Meth 21:248-52 F '42 

Objectives and organization in elementary- 
school art programs. D. E. Dawson. El 
Sch J 44:274-8 Ja '44 

Project in elementary art. K. Callalian. 
Teach Col J 13:29-f- N '41 

Teaching art in the elementary school. C. R. 
Major, pa 25c Progressive ed. assn. 

There is something for everybody in elemen- 
tary school art. G. B. R. Collier. Sch (El 
ed) 32:123-4 O '43 

First grades 
Am I an artist? W. Robinson, il Sch Arts 

41:178-9 Ja '42 
Instruction in art? A. J. L.ogan. Sch (EU ed) 

32:601-2 Mr '44 
Sketch book. W. Robinson, il Sch Arts 41: 

167 Ja '42 

Fourth grades 
Mexico and our fourth grade; with Spanish 
tr. M. J. Prosch, il Sch Arts 41:280-1 Ap 
'42 

High schools 

American scene b.v high school students, il 
Sch Arts 42:10-11 S '42 

Art and individual development on the sec- 
ondary-school level. V. E. D'Amlco. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p541-4) 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



97 



ART education— High schools — Continued 

Art in boys' preparatory schools. T. M. Folds. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p545-9) 

Art in Colorado secondary schools. Colorado. 
Department of education. 131p '42 The dept, 
Denver 

Art in secondar>' education. S. B. Tannahill. 
bibliog f (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p517-26) 

Art in secondary education. L. L. Winslow. 
bibliog 53 '41 McGraw-Hill 

Arts and the adolescent. L,. L. Waite. Ed 
Meth 21:350-3 Ap '42 

Arts program in the high school. North Caro- 
lina. Department of public instruction. H 
Sch J 25:108-12 Mr '42 

Code for art classes; standards for teachers. 
W. L. Veenendaal. Wis J Ed 75;9-10-|- S 
'42 

College entrance requirements in relation to 
secondary-school art. V. A. Roy. (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p555-9) 

Future of art in our American high schools. 
A. F. Hopper. Ed 63:219-21 D '42 

General arts: Roslyn's broad program. J. 
Leavitt. Clearing House 17:367-8 F '43 

History revealed through art. E. S. Clifton. 
J Ed 124:195-7 S '41 

Let them like it. D. O. Butler. Sch (Sec cd) 
31:795-8 My '43 

Needs and directions in education beyond 
the present conflict. B. W. Van Ness. (In 
National association of principals of schools 
for girls. Proceedings, 1942. p77-81) 

Present-dav trends in educational arts and 
crafts. W. F. Lockwood. Sch Arts 42:270-l-|- 
Ap '43 

Junior high schools 

Art and the junior high school. W. H. Klar. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p526-9) 

Art needs in the junior high school. H. M. 
Howell. Ed Meth 21:53-7 N '41; Same 
cond. Ed Digest 7:21-3 Ja '42 

Kindergarten 
Kindergarten art. J. I. Care, bibliog Sch 
(El ed) 31:678-80 Ap '43 

Normal schools and 
teachers colleges 
Development of art courses In Southern 
association state teachers colleges^an in- 
terpretation. F. P. Giles. Peabody J Ed 
19:274-9 Mr '42 

Primary grades 
Development program for the primary school 

based upon art procedure. M. G. Swerer. 

pa $2.25 '39 The author, Eastern Wash. 

col. of ed, Cheney 
Music and murals. L. Grey. 11 Grade Teach 

59:32-1- F '42 

Rural schools 

Art education in county school systems. D. 
Blake. Ohio Sch 20:382-3-1- N '42 

Art goes to the rural school. N. M. S. 
Vance, il Progres Ed 19:211-12 Ap '42; 
Same. Neb Ed J 22:129 My '42 

Art in the rural school. M. Rea. il Nation's 
Sch 28:47-8 N '41 

Art work in a one-room continuation school. 
E. L.. Pryne. Sch (Sec ed) 32:493-5 F '44 

Rural art superv-ision and teachers' extension 
classes. H. Gregg. (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P793-800) 

Teaching art in rural schools. F. T. Ahlfeld. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p583-92) 

Second grades 
Children build a pet shop. E. R. Boylston. 
il Sch Arts 41:211 F '42 

Second grade illustrate February poems. E. 
R. Taylor, il Am Childh 28:26-8 F '43 

Vocational schools 
Fine arts teacher in the vocational high 
school. J. A. Ornstein. H Points 25:70-2 
F '43 



Canada 
Art and the universities. C. D. Gaitskell. 

Sch (Sec ed) 29:936-9 Je '41 
Going to town; art. D. M. Van Luven. 11 

Sch (Sec ed) 30:425-8 Ja '42 
Public school art. Mrs R. R. J. Brown. 11 

Sch Arts 43:279-81 Ap '44 

Colorado 
Art in Colorado secondary schools. Colorado. 
Department of education. 131p '42 The dept, 
Denver 

Europe 
Professional art programs in other countries. 

R. B. Farnum, ed. (In National society for 

the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 

P666-74) „ „ 

School programs in other countries. R. B. 

Farnum. bibliog f (In National society for 

the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 

P607-13) 

Florida 
Florida, artist's paradise. B. Cahoon. 11 Sch 

Arts 42:254-62 Ap '43 

Great Britain 
Art education. K. Holmes. Times Ed Sup 

1415:285 Je 13 '42 
Art education during and after the war; a 

vital necessity to life. K. Holmes. Times 

Ed Sup 1396:52 Ja 31 '42 
Art lor the people; a proposed function for 

local art schools. J. Gordon. Adult Ed 14: 

8-12 S '41 
Arts in education. G. Dyson. J Ed London 

74:150-1 Ap '42 
Purpose of art teaching. N. Toungman. J Ed 

London 74:197-9 My '42 
Relation of recent aesthetic and psychological 

research to art education. T. E. Dickson. 

bibliog t J Ed London 73:240-1- Je '41 

Indiana 
Art experiment in the schools of Richmond, 

Ind. Sch & Soc 55:607-8 My 30 '42 

Japan 
School programs in other countries. R. B. 
Farnum. bibliog f (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P607-13) 

Massachusetts 
Every man's art. G. Hynson. H Sch J 24: 
212-14 My '41 

Nebraska 
Art for country folks, L. S. Loveland. il Nat 
Ed Assn J 32:234-5 N '43 

Ohio 
Art education for the elementary schools; 
a guide for the teaching of art in the 
elementary schools in the state of Ohio 
with particular emphasis on the organiza- 
tion of materials for the varying needs of 
the state. Ohio. Department of education. 
90p '40 The dept, Columbus 

Ontario 
Art teaching and art courses. A. Marsh. 

Sch (Sec ed) 31:27-30 S '42 
In defence of the art course. L. A. C. Panton. 

Sch (Sec ed) 32:28-30 S '43 

Russia 
School programs in other countries. R. B. 
Farnum. bibliog f (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P607-13) 

Scotland 
Art in national life; need for a real centre. 
S. Cursiter. Times Ed Sup 1382:514 O 25 '41 

Texas 
Contemplated art program for Texas. L. L. 

Lacy. Tex Outl 25:47-8 Jl '41 
Findings in art. A. \V. Randall. Tex Outl 

26:60-1 Ap '42 

United States 
Inequalities in opportunities for art develop- 
ment. E. Horn, bibliog f (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p491-8) 



98 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941~Jiinc 1944 



ART education — United States — Continued 
I'atron. incorporated; Vr Keppel and the 
t^arneKic corporation's art proKrani. W. 
Abell. il Magazine of Art 34:472-5+ N '41 

Wyoming 

Art galleries: Wyoming's small-town educa- 
tional enterprise. J. 13. Smith. Clearing 
House 16:351-3 F '42 
ART exhibits 

Art education in wartime, il Sch Arts 43:224 
Mr '41 

Art exhibits by commercial establishments. 
H. U. Farfum. (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P694-7) 

Art exhibit.^ in public school.s. E. B. Johnston. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. pG92-4) 

Art galleries: Wyoming's small-town educa- 
tional enterprise. J. B. Smith. Clearing 
House 16:351-3 F '42 

Art coe-s to the rural school. N, M. S. Vance, 
il Progres Ed 19:211-12 Ap '42; Same. Neb 
IM J 22:129 My '42 

Art in action. I. Stewart. II Sch Arts 42:240 
Mr '43 

Children's art exhibit of the western hemi- 
sphere, il Progres Ed 18:316-17 O "41 

Museum circulating exhibits for secondary 
schools. D. F. Cruikshank. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p6SS-91) 

Museums, galleries, and exhibitions. R. B. 
Farnum. (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. pt)77-8) 

New exhibition teclinique for schools and art 
museums. D. Defenbacher. il Sch Arts 42: 
186-8 F '43 

Philadelphia arts program. Am Assn Univ 
Women J 37:ll'J-22 Ja '44 

Saturday art class — Boston mu.seum. il Sch 
Arts 41:156-7 Ja '42 

Unit on emotions: library exhibit of children's 
art work. K. Cardwell. il Sch Arts 42:210-11 
F '43 

We hold a street show. M. E. Shelton. il 
Sch Arts 42:224-5 Mr '43 

Young Chicago art exhibit. H. R. Huber. il 
Sch Arts 42:24-5 S '42 

High schools 
High school as art center. W. S. Thomas 
and P. R. Jenkins. J Ed 126:121-2 Ap '43 
See also 
National high school 
art exhibition 

Great Britain 

Art for the people exhibitions. Times Ed Sup 
1375:419; 1376:431 S G-13 '41 

Children's posters at Royal academy, il Times 
Ed Sup 1374:410 Ag 30 '41 

Introducing modern art; Hertfordshire 
scheme for schools. Times Ed Sup 1364:289 
Je 21 '41 

Scotland 

Art in the Scottish munition factories; Scot- 
tish scenes by .'Scottish artists. W. Mac- 
Tagg-art. Adult Ed 14:136-7 Mr '42 
ART fiber weaving. See Fiber weaving 
ART libraries 
See also 

Rochester athenaeum 
and mef^hanics in- 
stitute — Eevier li- 
brary 
ART museums. See Museums, Art 
ART rooms 

Efjuipment and materials; a timely talk 
to elementary art teachers. D. Swander. il 
Design 4:i:10-13 F '42 

Inexpensive art room equipment. C. A. Merey. 
il diags Sch Arts 42:198-200 F '43 

Yon need a room equipped for art. A. A. 
King, il diag Sch (Sec ed) 31:295-9 D '42 
ART schools 

Aims and methods in professional art-school 
training. M. S. Fox. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. P62G-37) 

Art education for (he professional artist. 
N, L. Rice. Ed 63:235-6 D '42 

Art school notes. Sch Arts 41:11a N '41: 
6a Je '42 



General and technical education of the artl.<tt. 
R. B. Farnum. (In National .society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P619-2G) 

CJcneral education of the artist, art teacher, 
and curator. A. Pope. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. pG42-6) 

Here and there . . . with the summer schools. 
Sch Arts 41:6a-7a My '42 

Summer schools of art, drawing and handi- 
crafts. Sch Arts 42:Sa-9a; 43:6a-7a My '43, 
My '44 

Technical and liberal cour.?es in the art 
school. C. M. Ulp. (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
pG48-9) 

Unrecognized art school.^ in Anurica W. L.. 
Longyear. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook p661- 
3) 

See also 

Bath school of art, Norton gallery and 
England school of art. West 

Chicago art Institute Palm Beach. 

New Bauhaus. Chi- Florida 

cago 

Directories 

Schools of art. (In Patterson, H. L,. ed. 
American educational directory. 1943. 
P750-3) 

Europe 
Professional art programs in other countries. 
R. B. Farnum. ed. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p666-74) 

Great Britain 
See also 
Guildford school of 
art and crafts 

Iceland 
Agricultural, handicraft and art schools of 
Iceland. G. T. Trial. Peabody J Ed 21:243-8 
Ja '44 

Mexico 
See also 
Escuela universitaria 
de bellas artes, 
San Miguel de 
Allende, Mexico 

South America 
Art student south of the equator. E. P. 

Stauffer. il Art Digest 16:18-1- D 15 '41 
ART students 

Experiment in art instruction for the tal- 
ented pupil. E. A. Stephan and A. J. 

Miller, il Pittsburgh Sch 16:182-212 Mr '42 
Training and service for art students in time 

of war. J. W. Grimes, jr. Ohio Sch 20:166-|- 

Ap '42 
ART supplies 

Defense in the kindergarten. E, D. Van 

Order. Am Childh 27:61 Je '42 
Equipment and materials; a timely talk to 

elementary art teachers. D. Swander. il 

Design 43:10-13 F '42 
Ine.Kpensive arts resources for the elemen- 
tary school. .N'. Jlorris and L.. Asplund. 

Ohio Sch 21:303-f O '43 
Materials approach to crafts. C. Svrluga. il 

Sch Arts 41:158-62 Ja '42 
Scraps with a future. M. Gode. il Am Childh 

28:17 S '42 
Streamlined art lesson. S. H. Dewdney. plan 

Sch (Sec ed) 30:34-6 S '41 
Use of waste materials. A. A. Taylor. Sch 

(El ed and Sec ed) 31:107-9 O '42 
Waste material from the forest and seashore. 

J. Rehnstrand. il Sch Arts 42:213 F '43 
ART teachers 
Contemplated art program for Texas. L. L. 

Lacy. Tex OutI 25:47-8 Jl '41 
Free-lance artist as a teacher of art. V. A. 

Roy. (In Nation.al societ.v for the study of 

education. Fortieth yearbook. p665-6) 
."Status of tlie art teaclier. F. A. "Tavlor. 

Times Kd Sup 1405:163 An 4 '42 
Tpc-icher of art in colleges and universities. 

G. S. Dutch. (In National society for the 

study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p775- 

9) 



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99 



ART teachers — Continuedl 

Training 

Art teacher's preparation in art history and 
art education. M. F. S. Glace. (In National 
society for the study of education. Fortieth 
yearbook. p749-52) 

Art teacher's preparation in the theory and 
practice of education. E. Horn. (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p757-65) 

Arts Tvork shop for teachers. S. Benteen. 
Design 43:25 O '41 

Course requirements for teachers of art in 
fifty institutions. W. E. HaKer and E. Zieg- 
feld. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p735-43) 

Courses other than art and education for 
the prospective art teacher. E. Horn. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p753-n) 

Curricular patterns of some institutions pre- 
paring art teachers. G. S. Dutch. (In Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p727-34) 

Desigrn for the functional preparation of 
teachers of art. I. L. DeFrancesco. Teach 
Ed J 5:23-S Je '43 

General education of the artist, art teacher, 
and curator. A. Pope. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p642-6) 

Graduate work for the art teacher. E. Horn. 
(In National .society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p767-70) 

Introduction to Fortieth yearbook of the Na- 
tional society for the study of education. 
T. Jtunro. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p3- 
25) 

Preparing the art teacher. A. Cirino. Ed 
63:213-18 D '42 

Preparing the art teacher. M. F. S. Glace. 
Ed 63:211-4 D '42 

Preparin=r the art teacher for wartime serv- 
ice. V. A. Roy. Ed 63:205-7 D '42 

Recommended experiences in addition to 
school and technical training:. C. V. Kirby. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p771-3) 

Rural art supervision and teachers' exten- 
sion classes. H. Gregg. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p793-sno) 

Some problems of aim and method in train- 
ing art teachers. O. F. Ege. (In National 
society for the stitdy of education. For- 
tieth yearbook. p721-6) 

Technical preparation of the art teacher. 
R. E. Farnum. (In National society for the 
study of education. Fortieth yearbook. p745- 
8) 

Training of college teachers of art history 
and appreciation. F. J. Mather, jr. (In 
National society for the study of education. 
Fortieth yearbook. p7Sl-5) 
ARTHUR. Charles M. 

A.V.A. convention: defense and after-the- 
war training. Sch Life 27:144-7-1- F '42 

Progress of vocational education program. Ed 
Vic 1:23-6 Je 15 '43 

Vocational summary. See monthly numbers 
of .=!rhool life through February 1942 
ARTHUR, Grace 

Experience in testing Indian school children. 
Mental Hygiene 25:lSS-95 Ap '41 
ARTHUR, Mrs JuMetta K. 

Your chi'd and his country's monev. Par M 
18:26-7-1- Mr '43 
ARTHUR. Kenneth V. 

Art scrapbook for grade IX. Sch (Sec ed) 
30:219-21 N '41: Same. Sch (El ed) 30:300-2 
D '41 

ARTHUR, Mary Grace 

Point scale of performance tests; v. 1. Clin- 
ical manual. 2d ed rev 64p $1.50 '43 Com- 
monwealth fund 

ARTHUR. Paul, and others 
Advantages of semlmicro technic in teach- 
ing qualitative analysis. J Chem Ed IS: 
3S5-G Ag '41 
ARTICLE (grammar) 

Wrong division. K. G. Boltke. Mod Lang J 
27:133 F '43 



ARTICULATION (education) 

Administrative leadership in unifying and 
coordinating the educational program. R. H. 
Price. Ed OutI 16:15-19 N '41 

Articulating the junior high with other 
units. K. L. Carey. Calif J Sec Ed 16: 
476-9 D '41 

Articulation and integration of vocational and 
academic schools in New York city. A. A. 
Kurtz. H Points 23:22-6 S '41 

Articulation between junior and senior high 
schools. New York (city) Junior high 
school principals association. Committee 
on articulation between the junior and 
senior high schools. H Points 23:6-9 D 
'41 

Articulation of the junior colleges with high 
schools and higher institutions. J. W. Har- 
beson. (In Northwest association of sec- 
ondar.v and higher schools. Proceedings of 
the twenty-fifth annual meeting. 1941. p67- 
70) 

Better coordination between the upper 
grades and high school. M. G. Batho. Wis 
J Ed 74:239-40 Ja '42 

Bridging the gap bet'ween high school and 
college matheniatics. J. M. Bledsoe. Tex 
Outl 25:32-4 S '41 

Bridging the gaps between kindergarten and 
first grade. W. E. Bain. Chiidh Ed 18:29-34 
S -41 

Closing the gap between school and college. 
C. L. Odom. Occupations 20:194-7 D '41 

Coordination between high and elementary 
schools in Fairfax county. K. E. Hopper. 
Va J Ed 36:155-6 D "42 

Elementary and junior high school articula- 
tion. R. B. Dean. Calif J Sec Ed 16:458-9 
D '41 

Elementary junior high school articulation. 
G. M. Weller. Sierra Ed News 3S:7-L Ap '42 

Essential mathematics. J. J. Urbancek. Chi- 
cago Sch J 23:54-9 N '41 

Final report on the Kansas City junior- 
college experiment. L. V. Koos. North Cen 
Assn Q 18:194-9 O '43 

How elementary and high schools may work 
together. C. W. Aretz. Ed Outl 16:20-3 
N '41 

How the four-year junior college facilitates 
curriculum reorganization. J. W. Harbeson. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 26:65-71 Mr '42 

Improving articulation through an A-6 visit- 
ing day program in iunior high school. G. 
M. Weller. Ed Adm & Sup 28:52-6 Ja '42 

Junior-senior high school articulation pro- 
gram. H. H. Kostiner. H Points 23:9-13 
D '41 

Logical articulation. M. Leach. Engl J 30: 
754-64 N '41 

Making ends meet. S. Royster. Engl J 30:766-7 
N '41 

Need for articulation in foreign language 
study between the junior and senior high 
schools. M. H. Oppenheim. H Points 24: 
77-8 F '42 

Plea for similarity in twelfth grade and 
fre.shman courses. L. P. Farris. Calif J Sec 
Ed 17:199-202 Ap '42 

Procedures essential to facilitate flow of 
qualified secondary .school pupils into higher 
institutions in view of war demands. W. 
jr. Aikin. Ed Vic 1:4-5 Ap 15 '42 

Program of articulation in the Highland Park 
schools. D. Jones. Am Sch Bd J 103:56 Jl 
'41 

Public school and high school get together. 
I. E. McDermid. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32: 
764-5 My '44 

Re-thinking selection. H. A. Kurani. Harvard 
Ed R 12:259-68 My '42 

Teamwork needed between high school and 
college. B. R. Haynes and G. H. Parker. 
Bus Ed World 22:845-8 .le '42 
ARTIFICIAL rubber. See Rubber, Artificial 
ARTILLERY 
See also 

Gunnery 
ARTINIAN, Artine 

Maupassant as seen by American and Eng- 
lish writers of today. French R 17:9-14 O 
'43 

ARTISTIC ability 

Children's art abilities: studies at the Cleve- 
land museum of art. T. Munro; B. Lark- 
Horovitz: E. N. Barnhart. bibliog f 11 diag 
J Exper Ed 11:97-184 D '42 



100 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ARTISTIC ability— CoiiHnuBd 

Creative ability in art, and its educational 
fostering. T. Munro. bibliog (In National 
society for the study of education. For- 
tieth yearbook. p2S9-322) 

Eye in llie uil.«. H. L. Sherman. Ed Res Uul 
23:1-G Ju '-11 

F'ind the talented child. S. Rasmussen. II 
Sch Arts 42:29S My '43 

Way.s of evaluating students' art work. E. 
Patzig. bibliog f (In National society for 
the study of education. Fortieth yearbook. 
P539-C03) 

ARTISTS 

All their desire is In the work of their craft. 
I,. Warner. Ed 63:199-204 D '42 

Art education for the professional artist. 
R. L. L«pper. Ed 63:237-40 D '42 

Art education for the professional artist. 
N. L. Rice. Ed G3:235-G D '42 

Artist and the scholar. O. Kinkeldey. (In 
Music teachers national association. Pro- 
ceedings. 1940. P67-79) 

Artists in residence in colleges. L,. L.. Wins- 
low. (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth >earbook. p577-9) 

Daltimore artists and civilian defense. C. L. 
Despeaux. il Baltimore B Ed 19:124-6 F 
•42 

Collective patron. H. E. Read. J Ed London 
75:14-1- Ja '43 

Contemporary American painting. M. S. Fox. 
bibliog (In National society for the study of 
education. Fortieth yearbook. p217-3.')) 

Gfeneral education of the artist, art teacher, 
and curator. A. Pope. (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p612-6) 

Influences in the adolescent years of artists. 
M. L. Triplett. bibliog f Sch R 51:300-8 My 
'43 

See also 

Illustrators 
ARTLEY, A. Sterl 

Appraisal of reading comprehension, bibliog J 
Ed Psychol 34:55-60 Ja '43 

Study of certain relationships existing be- 
tween general reading comprehension and 
reading comprehension in a specific sub- 
ject-matter area, bibliog J Ed Res 37:464- 
73 F '44 

Teaching word-meaning through context, 
bibliog El Engl R 20:68-74 F '43 
ARTMAN, Joseph IVIanson 

Active spiritual faith. Nat Par-Teach 36:32-3 
Je '42 
ARTS and crafts 

Arousing and maintaining interest in crafts. 
J. A. Hill. Sch (El ed) 32:426-6 Ja '44 

Arts and crafts in modern living. H. H. 
Kirk. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:430-1 D '42 

Arts and crafts in the elementary- and 
secondary-school curriculum. A. Recken- 
dorf. H Sch J 24:357-61 D '41 

Arts and crafts; primary. H. Carbery. Sch 
(El ed) 30:682-4 Ap '42 

Casting compositions for crafts projects. L. C. 
Ferguson. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:2.i2 Je '41 

Crafts as artistic expression for the child. 
M. R. Hardman. II Sch Arts 42:293-6 My 
'43 

Crafts at work. J. D. Helnier. il Sch Arts 
43:208-9 F '44 

Crafts in the parks. V. K, Brown, il Chicago 
Sch J 23:7-13 S 41 

Crafts in the school and home. W. H. John- 
son and L. V. Newkirk. bibliog 11 Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 32:399-401 D '43 

Crafts in war time. A. Galloway. Sch (El 
ed) 31:417-19 (Sec ed) 424 Ja '43 

Creative crafts. J. T. de Lemos. il Grade 
Teach 60:16-17-F My '43 

Glory of art crafts, il Sch Arts 42:218-21 
Mr '43 

Handcrafts. F. Payant. bililiog (In National 
society for the study of education. For- 
tieth yearbook pSl-91) 

Home integrated with creative arts and 
crafts. B. M. Wadsworth. 11 Sch Arts 43: 
229-32 Mr '44 

Materials approach to crafts. C. Svrluga. 11 
Sch Arts 41:158-62 Ja '42 

Minnesota home crafters program. D. M. 
Schweickhard. Minn J Ed 24:148-9 D '43 



Pack your suitcase: nn activity to carry 
IhrouKh the .summer. A. Hawthorne, bib- 
liog Am Childh 27:24-5 Je '42 

Senior boys' craft class; objectives and means 
of attainment. R. A. Oliver. Sch (El ed) 
32:423-5 Ja '44 

Teaching arts and crafts in Mississippi. C. 
J. Storey. II Recreation 37:452-3-1- N "43 
See also 

Bookbinding Papler-mftch^- 

Hanrtiirnft Pottery 

Jycaihcr work Wood carving 

Bibliography 
Let's help you find it; arts and crafts. H. O. 

Brooks. Progres Kd 21:209-10 My '44 
Sources of materials. L. Heimers. Grade 

Teach 61:4-)- Mr '44 

Costa Rica 
Beginning of an arlcraft; with Spanish tr. 
R. I/, Rodriguez y Caballero. il Sch Arts 
41:260-1+ Ap '42 

Great Britain 
Recreational crafts: cour-^ie for army units. 
Times Ed Sup 1396:52 Ja 31 '42 

Latin America 
Bibliography 
Arts, crafts and customs of our neighbor 
republics. United States. Office of educa- 
tion. Library .service division, (Bui. 1942 
no2) 52p pa 10c '43 Supt. of doc. 

Southern states 
Southern highland artcrafts. H. C. Ford. 
Sch Arts 42:265-6 Ap '43 

United States 
America house. J. Wittenborn. II Prac Home 
Econ 22:105-1- Mr '44 
ARULNANDHY, K. S. 
Adult education in Cevlon. World Assn Adult 
Ed B 2d s 28:5-7 F '42 
ARVIN, Martin Joseph 
Home medicine cabinet: a unit in consumer 
chemistry and health education. .Sch Sci & 
Math 41:512-15 Je '41 
Value of pre-tests in high school science. 
Chicago Sch J 23:78-80 N '41 
ARVIN, Neil Cole 
Casimir Bonjour and the French theatre dur- 
ing the restoration. French R 17:204-9 F 
'44 
ARVIN federal school, Kern county, California 
Skies clear for migrants' children. L. U. 
Hart, il xVation's Sch 32:24-5 D '43 
ARX, William S. von. See Von Arx, W. S. 
ARZE, Jos4 Antonio 

Sliare of Latin America in the postwar re- 
construction. (In Middle states council for 
the social studies. Proceedings, 1942-1943. 
p23-32) 
ASBRAND, Karin Sundelof-. See Sundelof- 

A.shrand. K. 
ASBURY, Frank C. 
Points and squares. Sch (Sec ed) 32:231-6 
N '43 
ASBURY PARK, New Jersey 

Bradley school 
Readinn readiness. I. F. King. Nat El Prin 
21:214-17 Je '42 
ASCENDANCY 

Control bv charm. R. H. Morey. J Ed Res 

36:1-6 S '42 
Democratic nursery. R. H. Ojemann. 11 Nat 
Par-Teach 37:17-19 F '43 
See also 
Aggressiveness 
ASCHEMEYER, Esther 
Films and slides together. Ed Screen 21: 
52-3-1- F '42 
ASCHER, Charles Stern 
Educational preparation for public admin- 
istration; a list of colleges and universities 
offering courses or programs of training. 
(Res. monograph) 5th ed 16p gratis '40 
Public administration service, 1313 E 60tta 
st, Chicago 



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101 



ASCOT consolidated school, Ascot, Quebec 
Experiment in religious education. W. O. 
Rothney. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 30:901-7 
Je '42 
ASELTINE, H. E. 

Test in typing numerals. Bus Ed World 23: 
565 My '43 
ASELTINE, John. See Bauer, E. G. Jt. auth. 
ASFAHL, W. D. 

Public relations job of the school director. 

bibliog f Ara Sch Bd J 104:37-8+ F '42 
Why not pay off those school bonds? Am 
Sch Bd J 103:32 D '41 
ASGIS, Alfred John 

New frontiers in dental education. J Higher 
Ed 12:325-9 Je '41 
ASH, David Fuller 
Creative romanticism, bibliog Col Engl 4:100- 
10 N '42 
ASH, Irvin Oda 

Fallacy of the passing grade, bibliog f J 
Ed 125:80-2 Mr '42 
ASH, L. Eileen 
Drawing in grade IX. Sch (Sec ed) 30:119-21 
O '41 
ASH, V,/illiam C. See McCarty, G. M. jt. auth. 
ASHBAUGH, Ernest James 

Students evaluate high school curriculum. 

Peabody J Ed 21:275-80 Mr '44 
Workshop on teacher education. Ed Res B 
20:138-43 My '41 
ASHBROOK, Willard P. 

Coniribution of college physical education to 
national preparedness. (In CoIlP'-e physical 
education association. Pr . ^ings, 1941. 
P47-52) 
ASHBURN, Frank Davis 
Primer tor parents; 12 to IS — the critical 
school years. 196p bibliog $2.50 '43 Coward- 
McCann. inc, 2 W 45th st, N.Y. 19 
ASHBY, Edna 

Life in a college housekeeping apartment; new 
girls' dormitory at Branch agricultural col- 
lege. Cedar City, Utah. Prac Home Econ 19: 
382-3 N '41 
ASHBY, Lloyd William 
What periodicals do they read? Sch Execu- 
tive 61:33 O '41 
ASHBY, Lyle Walter 
American education week, 1942. Nat Ed Assn 

J 31:220-1 O '42 
Can any good come out of the peace? Nat 

Parent Teach 38:4-7 N '43 
Can any good come out of the war? Nat 
Par-Teach 37:4-7 N '42 

Denver schools and the war. Nat Ed Assn J 

31:111-14 Ap '42 
Education for new tasks; general theme for 

American education week 1941. Nat Ed 

Assn J 33:118 My '44 
Education for the air age; a brief survey 

of aviation education today. Nat Ed Assn J 

32:73-6 Mr '43 
Teacher in wartime. Nat Ed Assn J 33:65-6 

Mr '44 
York schools serve in wartime. Nat Ed 

Assn J 31:08-71 Mr "42 
— See Frasier, G. W; Marsh, D. L. jt. auths. 
ASHBY, M. K. 
British residential colleges: education for the 

adult wage-earner. Times Ed Sup 1450:75 

F 13 '43 
ASHBY, Robert Childers 

How shall I sell? por Ag Ed M 15:64-5-t- O 

'42 
ASHBY, Sara Canterbury 

Communication: an intensified program at 

Sacramento high. Clearing House 17:343-5 

F '43 
ASHCROFT, Cyril Cropton, and Easton, J. 

A. G. 
General shop work; a manual for pupils en- 
gaged in shop work in grades IX and X. 

239p il ?2 '40 Macmillan 
ASHEVILLE, North Carolina 

Lee H. Edwards high school 
Notes from Lee H. Edwards high school, 
Asheville, North Carolina. 1943. L. N. Con- 
nor. So Assn Q 7:365-70 Ag '43 



ASHEVILLE farm school, Swannonoa, North 
Carolina 
Rural education in action. P. E. Schneider. 
Cath Ed R 41:213-14 Ap '43 
ASHFORD, Theodore Askounes 

1940-1941 college chemistry testing program. 

J Chem Ed 19:116-21 Mr '42 
Problem of chemistry in general education. 
J Chem Ed 19:260-3 Je "42 
— and Shanner, W. M. 
Objective test items of the recognition type 
that test reasoning and minimize guessing. 
J Chem Ed 19:86-9 F '42 
ASHLAND, Kentucky 

Junior college 
How the F.T.A. works in our school. M. C. 
Winder. Ky Sch J 22:9-11 S '43 

Vocational school 
Ashland vocational school. V. L Sturgill Ky 
.'^ch J 20:38-9 D '41 o . .r 

ASHLEY, Lawrence Floyd 
Interrelation.=!hips of industrial arts and vo- 
cational education, bibliog f Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 31:1-5 Ja '42 
ASHLEY, S. E. Q. 
Training of analytical chemists from an in- 
dustrial point of view, bibliog J Chem Ed 
19:589-97 D '42 
ASHLEY-MONTAGU, Montague Francis 
Democracy, education, and race. Sch & Soc 
59:227-9 Ap 1 '44 
ASHOUR, Gladys B. 
Little leaf who wouldn't be a bonfire; story. 
Grade Teach 60:23-f- O '42 
ASHTON, Dudley 
Rhythmic motor education. Ky Sch J 20:21-2 
Mr '42 

ASHTON, Leonora Sill 
Two finger exercises. Ed Mus M 22:20-f N 
• 42 

Whole Note's march; a music week play. 
Instr 51:32-f My '42 
ASHTON, Lois 

Latin can be made real. Class J 39:504-8 
My '44 

ASHWORTH, Delmer. See Patton, J. F. jt. 

auth. 

ASHWORTH, Robert A. 
Differ with mutual respect. Int J Relig Ed 
20:11-1- F '44 
ASIA 

See also 
Far East 

Study and teaching 

Asia in the school program. H. E. Wilson. 

Ed Rec 24:14-23 Ja '43 
Asiatic studies in American education. H. E. 

Wilson. Progres Ed 19:372-4 N "42 
Asiatic studies in American schools. H. E. 

Wilson. Asia 42:654-7 N '42 
Survey of studies on southeast Asia at Amer- 
ican universities and colleges. R. Heine- 
Geldern. pa '43 East Indies inst. of Am, 
15 W 77th St, N.Y. 
See also 
China— Study and India — Study and 

teaching teaching 

Far East — .Study and 
teaching 
ASKEW, Jonathan M. 
Radio in the armored force, por Radio News 
27:34-8-1- Ja '42 
ASKOWITH, Dora 
Fathom that failure: learning to understand 
difHcult children. Grade Teach 60:56-|- Ja 
•43 
ASLESON, Albert A. 
Portrait 

Am Sch Bd J 107:50 S '43 
ASLIN, Neil C. 
School newspaper — leader among activities. 
Sch Activities 13:18-20 S "41 
ASOCIAL children. See Problem children 
ASPINALL, Richard 
Why not SATC? Sch & Soc 55:502-4 My 2 
•42 



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ia)UCAT10\ INDEX July I'Ml— June 1944 



ASPINWALL, Harry A. . „ . „^ 

School lunches call for iiiBcnulty. Mont Ed 
20:11+ D 'IS: Kxcerpts. Va J Eil 37:226 F 
•It 
ASPINWALL. Lloyd E. ., , , 

Use of auiiio-visual aids in vocational agrrl- 
rultiire. AB Kd M 13:231 Je '41 
ASPIRATION level 

Correlations between levels of aspiration. M. 
G. Preston and J. A. IJayton. J Psychol 13: 
369-73 Ap '42 , , , . 

Degree of effort: relationship to the level of 
aspiration. G. K. Yacorzynski. blblioR Jour- 
nal of Experimental Psychology 30:407-13 
My '42 

PilTerential effect of the status of the com- 
peting group upon the levels of aspira- 
tion A, Macintosh, bihliog f American 
Journal of Psychology .'iS:,'546-54 O '42 

Estimates of past and of future performances 
as measures of aspiration. K. U. Hilgard 
and E. M. Salt, Jr. bibliog f American 
Journal of Psychology 5I:102-S Ja "41 

Expectation in relation to achievement and 
happine.ss. A. Thomsen. bibliog f Journal 
of Abnormal and Social Psychology 38:58-73 

Factors producing generality in the level or 
aspiration. L.. B. Heathers, bibliog Journal 
of Experimental Psychology 30:392-400 My 
'42 

Interrelations between levels of aspiration. 
performance, and estimates of past per- 
formance. J. A. I!ayton. bibliog Journal of 
Experimental Psychology 33:1-21 Jl '43 

Level of aspiration as a method of studying 
pei-sonalitv. J. B. Rotter, bibliog Character 
& Personality 11:255-74 Mr '43 

Level of aspiration in college leaders and 
nonleaders. N. G. Hanawalt and others, 
bibliog Journal of Abnormal and Social 
Psychology 3S:545-S O '43 

Level of aspiration in relation to some vari- 
ables of personality: clinical studies. P. S. 
Soars, bibliog Journal of Social Psychology 
14:311-36 N '41 

Some sociological determinants of goal striv- 
ings. R. Gould, bibliog Journal of Social 
Psychology 13:461-73 My '41 

Success and failure in the classroom. R. G. 
liarker. Progres Ed 19:221-4 Ap '42 

Success in relation to level of aspiration. E. 
R. Kilgard. bibliog f Seh & Soc 55:423-8 Ap 
11 '42 

Theoretical interpretation of shifts in level 
of aspiration. L. Festinger. bibliog Psycho- 
logical Review 49:235-50 My '42 

Vocational aspiration levels of adults [thesis] 
H. A. Wren, bibliog $1.85 '42 Teachers 
col. 

Wish, expectation, and group standards as 
factors influencing level of aspiration. L. 
Festinger. bibliog .Tournal of Abnormal and 
Social Psychology 37:184-200 Ap '42 
ASPLUND, Louise. See Morris. N. jt. auth. 
ASSEMBLIES 

Assembly activities. I. C. Moore, bk 1 $1.50 
■41 Manfred. Van Nort & co, 725 Wilson 
bldg, Dallas 

Assembly as part of the curriculum. M. J. 
Thomas. Am Sch Bd J 103:28-1- N '41 

Assembly programs. D. M. Macdonald. pa 
75c Northwestern press / 

Auditorium program. B. J. Stern. H /Points 
23:71-3 D '41 / 

Case (with reservations) for the professional 
assembly. E. E. Oertel. Clearing HAuse 16: 
172-4 N '41 I 

Children of freedom. R. .\'urnberg. iK Points 
25:16-18 S '4:! V. 

Do yon need publicity? M. Watson. J Health 
&• Phys Ed 14:525-f D '43 

Experiment in the study of democracy. M. 
Faissler. Soc Studies 33:343-54 D '42 

Februarv readinj;' and acting. L. H. Sullivan. 
Engl J 33:100-1 F '44 

Handbook of war savings school assembly 
programs. United States. Treasury depart- 
ment. War savings staff. Education section. 
78p bibliog plans pa The staff. Washington. 
D.C. 

Music assembly progr.iins. R. J. Neil. 11 Ed 
Mus M 22:31-1- Mr '43 

Our school keeps in step — an assembly pro- 
gram. M. K. Hermann. Sch Activities 15: 
240 Mr '44 



Pearl Harbor as.scmbly for Dec. 7. R. Eng- 
lander and L. Wohlgemuth. Sch Activities 
15:57 O '43 

Production service division assembly pro- 
grams. Ed Vic 1:11 Ap 1 '43 
See <tlso 

Auditoriums 

Class day exercise.'^ 

Elementary schools 
Assembly in the graded school. T. W. Cotle. 

Sch (El ed) 31:35-9 S '42 
Assembly program on good citizenship. M. T. 

Johnson, il instr 50:44-f S '41 
Better lialf a loaf than none. H. G. Walters. 

Nat El Prin 22:417-20 Jl '43 
Co-operative auditorium program in Sacra- 
mento. A. D. Henderson. Calif J El Ed 

10:87-92 N '41 
Creative school assembly programs. R. A. 

Firth. InRtr 52:13 My '43 
Friendly living in the auditorium. M. V. 

Harris. Ed 62:113-21 O '41 
Integrated program. F. Bieler. il Sch Aria 

42:177 Ja '43 
Is the elementary school conscious of the 

war clfort? J. Massey. Tex Outl 27:13-14 

N '43 
Preparing a book week program. R. A. Firth. 

Instr 53:12 N '43 
Primary assembly. C. L. Spooner. Instr 63: 

15-f Mr '44 
The.^c children did some research. T. E. 

Robin.son and M. C. Smith. Nation's Sch 

29:31-2 Je '42 
Use your auditorium. B. L. Dickson, il Sch 

Excel, ■'■" 61:20-1-1- Ja '42 

High schools 
Another year of assemblies. W. L. Carver. 

Sch Activities 13:55-6 O '41 
Assembly. B. A. Backus, bibliog il Nat Assn 

Sec Sch Prin B 25:91-8 D '41 
Assembly drill on parliamentary law. E. M. 

Barkley. Sch Activities 13:186-9 Ja '42 
Assembly programs. Sch Activities 15:25-9, 

64-71, 100-2, 131-5, 170-4, 211-12-f-. 244-5, 

2S3-6, 317-19. :i2S-32 S 'IS-My '44 
Assembly programs dramatize social studies. 

D. E. Weingast. Social Ed 8:161-2 Ap '44 
Assemblv starts the dav right. R. B. Harvey. 

Nation's Sch 32:17 S '43 
Bookland pageant provides good assembly 

program. A. Bradbury. Ohio Sch 21:23-t- Ja 

'43; Same. Sch Activities 14:209-70 Mr '43 
Common cause. I. Kuehnast. Sch Activities 

15:59 O '43 
Education is not book learning only. M. 

Parkos. Minn J Ed 22:102 N '41 
Heart of the school. Henry Clay I'Yick edu- 
cational commission. 2d ed pa '42 The 

comm, 465 Union trust bldg, Pittsburgh 
High .scliool art assembly. N. Bose. il Sch 

Arts 41::;30-1 Je '42 
High-school assembly. J. W. Zicmak. Mus 

Educators J 30:29-30 S '43 
Honors assembly. A. B. Becker. Sch Activ- 
ities 14:253-1- Mr '43 
Our outstanding assembly. W. N>TTian. Sch 

Activities 15:310 My '44 
Our senior leadership drive. T. H. Broome. 

Sch Activities 14:130 D '42 
Outline of a senior assembly. B. F. Ogden. 

Sch Activities 15:316 My '44 
Program number for a pep assembly. O. W. 

Kolberg. Sch Activities 15:130 D '43 
Programs for high school assemblies. M. 

Abell and A. J. Anderson. vS-9 pa ea 75c 

'41-'42 Northwestern press 
Questions for the assembly committee. F. 

B. Dixon. Sch Activities 13:293-4 Ap '42 
Radio town meetings. Ed Vic 1:18 D 15 '42 
School boards sliouM pay for professional 

assembly programs. R. E. Ramsay. Sch 

Activities 13:221-2 F '42 
Science quiz stimulates assembly. H. L. Shel- 

ton. Clearing House 17:111 O '42 
Scientific assembly program. M. Babitz. il 

diag Sch Sci & Math 42:17-23 Ja '42 
Singing in high school assemblies. M. S. 

Thomas. Ed Mus M 21:13-f Ja '42 
There is .i tomorrow. K. Carter. 11 Ed Mus 

-Mag 23:7-1- S '43 
Tradition in the assembly program. A. B. 

Becker and R. C. Bryan. Sch Activities 14: 

17-18 S '42 
United nations come to school. M. Numberg. 

H Points 25:37-40 Ap '43 



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103 



ASSEMBLIES — High scliools — Continued 
Victory assemblies. Z. Subarsky. H Points 25: 

45-7 My '43 
Youth movement both practical and promis- 
ing: junior town meetings as high-school 
assemblies. Sch & Soc 56:548 D 5 '42 

Junior high schools 
Pupil implements his knowledge. L.. B. 
Graybeal. Sch Activities 13:171-4-1- Ja '42 
Wanted— an auditorium program. V. T. 
Hassler. il Wilson Lib Eul 18:173-4 O '43 
ASSEMBLY rooms. See Auditoriums 
ASSERSON, Mary Alice 
Obituary 

Teach Col Rec 44:37S F '43 
ASSIGNMENTS, Differentiated. See Contract 

plan 
ASSIGNMENTS, Lesson 
Choosing assignments. G. H. Hollidge. Sierra 

Ed News 37:36-7 S '41 
Debt to freshmen. C. H. Hendricks. J Higher 

Ed 12:472-8 D '41 
History Eissignment. E. L. Daniher. Sch (Sec 

ed) 30:252-4 N '41 
Look it up in the library! A. C. Morris. Sch 

P. 51:103-72 Mr '43 
Maximum and minimum assignments; math- 
ematics. C. N. Rowse. Sch (Sec ed) 30: 
504-6 F '42 
Variable assignment in bookkeeping. E. Clev- 

enger. Bus Ed World 22:313-14 D '41 
'V\^ly not vitalize typewriting? A. E. Pumala 
Bus Ed World 22:296-8 D '41 
ASSISTANT mistresses association. See As- 
sociation of assistant mistresses in second- 
ary schools 
ASSISTANT teachers 

Big Timber's teacher- helper plan. M. J. 
Greenshields. Am Sch Bd J 104:20 Ap "42 

ASSOCIATE in arts degree 
Associate in arts degree in the junior col- 
lege. H. W. Edwards. Am Assn Col Reg J 

18:256-62 Ap '43 
Associate's degree. W. C. Eells. Sch & Soc 

57:412 Ap 10 '43 
Associate's degree and graduation practices 

in junior colleges. W. C. Eells. bibliog '42 

Am. assn. of junior cols. 
Junior college terminal education. W. C. 

Eells. J Ed Res 36:233-5 N '42 
More universities offer the Ed.D: more junior 

colleges, the associate's degree. Sch & Soc 

57:234 F 27 '43 
Two-year degree, associate in liberal arts. 

offered at Minnesota. Sch & Soc 50:94 Ag 1 

'42 
U.C. to grant degree of associate in arts. 

Calif J Sec Ed 16:469 D '41 

ASSOCIATION (psychology) 

Conditioning: a theory of learning in terms 
of stimulus, response, and as.sociation. E. 
R. Guthr4e. bibliog (In National society for 
the study of education. Forty-flrst year- 
book, pt2. p 17-60) 

Influence of symbolic punishment and reward 
upon strong and upon weak associations. 
J. M. Stephens, bibliog Journal of General 
Psychologj- 25:177-85 Jl '41 

Responses in an association test. R. Pintner. 
Scientific Monthly 56:274-6 Mr '43 

Some complications of associative processes. 
E. L. Thorndike, bibliog Journal of Experi- 
mental Psychology 32:501-6 Je '43 

Words and meanings: an experimental studv 
of a linguistic principle. H. D. Farley Col 
Engl 3:183-9 N '41 
See also 

Association, Remote Generalization (psv- 

Free association chology) 

tests Memory 

Paired associates 
ASSOCIATION. Remote 

Remote associations as a function of the 
length of interval between learning and 
recall. J. T. Wilson, bibliog Journal of Ex- 
perimental Psychology 33:40-9 Jl '43 
ASSOCIATION football. See Football, Soccer 
ASSOCIATION for childhood education 

A.C.E. resolutions and a plan of action. 
Childh Ed 20:86-7 O '43 

Children's books — for fifty cents or less. 25p 
25c '43 The assn. 



Delegates' assembly planned. Ed Vic 1:15 

N 16 '42 
Fifty years of progress. S. L. Wood. Childh 

Ed 18:409-13 My '42 
Four-and five-year-olds at school. (General 

service bul) 27p bibliog il pa 35c '43 The 

assn. 
Great Lakes regional conference. University 

of Chicago. July 9-12, 1943. O. Adams. El 

Sch J 43:573 Je '43 
Half a century of progress, by I. L. Smith. 

ltd ed 4Sp pa 50c '42 The assn. 
Learning to speak effectively. 31p 35c '43 The 

assn. 
Margaret Cook Holmes retires. S. A. Marble. 

Childh Ed 19:139 N '42 
1940-1943 yearbooks. 4v 64;68;70;65p pa ea 25c 

The assn. 
Records and reports. 32p pa 35c; to members 

gratis '42 The assn. 
Toward democratic living at school. (Mem- 
bership service bul) 31p pa 35c '43 The assn. 
What is a nursery school? 24p 35c '40 The 

assn. 

Meetings 
19il, Oakland, OaUfornia 
Convention. M. D. Davis. Sch Life 27:54 N 

'41 
Convention story. F. M. Mayfarth. Childh Ed 

18:35-7 S '41 
Forty-eighth annual national study confer- 
ence, July 8-12. Calif Sch 12:134-5 Je '41 
19^2, Buffalo 
All service to all children; golden jubilee 

convention. Ed Vic 1:10 My 15 '42 
Child education. H. P. Hostetter. J Home 

Econ 34:373 Je '42 
(3olden jubilee convention. F. M. Mayfarth. 

Childh Ed 18:417-21 My '42 
Golden jubilee convention, April 6-10. Childh 

Ed 18:311-14 Mr '42 
(Jolden jubilee, April 6-10. O. Adams. El Sch 

J 42:412 F '42 

19.i,S, St Louis 

Cancellation of 1943 annual meeting. Childh 
Ed 19:307 Mr '43 

1943 annual meeting, April 2-5; announce- 
ments. Childh Ed 19:217 Ja '43 

Committee on equipment and supplies 
Equipment and supplies for nursery schools, 
kindergartens, primary schools; a list of 
recommended materials, rev ed 44p pa 
50c '41 The assn. 
Make it for the children; apparatus, furni- 
ture, toys, prepared by P. Kirk from ma- 
terials assembled and evaluated by the 
committee. (Bul) 36p il pa 50c '42 The 
assn. 

Literature committee 
Bibliography of books for young children. 
(General service bul) rev ed 78p pa 50c '42 
The assn. 
ASSOCIATION for education by radio 
AER-State department script project. Assn 

Ed Radio J 2:2 Ja '43 
First national meeting in San Francisco. 

Assn Ed Radio J 1:12 Ja '42 
I. Keith Tyler elected president of the AER. 
Assn Ed Radio J 3:4 Ap '44 
ASSOCIATION for education in citizenship, 
England 
Citizens in the making; youth conference. 

Times Ed Sup 1459:185 Ap 17 '43 
First annual general meeting. Times Ed Sup 

1471:330 Jl 10 '43 
Roads to citizenship; suggestions for various 
methods of informal education in citizen- 
shin; issued under the auspices of the 
Association. 62p pa Is 6d '40 Oxford 
ASSOCIATION for the advancement of physi- 
cal education, .'^ee American association for 
lu-aUh. physical education, and recreation 
ASSOCIATION for the study of Negro life and 
history 
Far- Hung movement for the study of the 
Negro. Sch & Soc 54:462-3 N 22 '41 
ASSOCIATION of allied professors, England 
Fourth general meeting. Oxford, July 16-13. 
Times Ed Sup 1473:354 Jl 24 '43 
ASSOCIATION of American colleges 
All out for defense. Sch & Soc 53:660 My 
24 '41 



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ASSOCIATION of American colleges — Cont. 
Commissions appointed by the AAC. Sch & 

Sor 5(1:003 D 19 "42 
Constitution. Assn Am Col Bui 30:178-81 Mr 

•44 
Members. Assn Am Col B 28:103-18 Mr "42 
Members. Assn Am Col B 29:124-.'!9 Mr '43 
Members. Assn Am Col Bui 30:162-77 Mr '44 
President's letter to Association of Amer- 
ican collepres. F. n. Roosevelt. Cath Ed 

R 40:105 F '42 
Proceedings of the twenty-eighth annual 

meeting: ed. by G. E. Snavcly and U.-M. 

S. Brown. Assn Am Col B 28:1-123 Mr '42 
ProceedinRS of the twenty-ninth annual 

meetins: ed. by G. E. Snavely and I..-M. 

S. Brown. Assn Am Col Bui 29:1-162 Mr 

'43 
Proceedlnps of the thirtieth annual meeting: 

ed. bv a. K. Snavely. Assn Am Col Bui 

30:1-191 Mr '44 
Reg-ional conference at Occidental college. 

L. R. Cook. Assn Am Col B 28:138-42 Mr 

■42 
Regional conference, November 10, at Welles- 
ley college. H. Kazanjian. Sch & Soc 

54:596-7 D 20 '41: Same. Assn Am Col B 

28:137-8 Mr '42 
Report from the Association. W. P. Tolley. 

Assn Am Col Bui 30:12-15 Mr '44 
Report of the Corson committee of the AAC. 

Sch & Soc 59:211 Mr 25 '44 
Report of the executive director. G. E. 

Snavely. Assn Am Col B 28:59-03 Mr "42 
Report of the executive director. G. E. 

Snavely. Assn Am Col B 29:83-6 Mr '43 
Report of the executive director. G. E. 

Snavely. Assn Am Col Bui 30:124-31 Mr '44 
Special grants. Ed Vic 1:9 Ap 15 '43 

Meetings 
19i2, Baltimore 

Annual meeting. January 2. R. Walters. 
Sch & Soc 55:109-10 ,Ja 24 '42 

Annual meeting; resolutions adopted. R. E. 
Himstead. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:55-9 
F '42 

Minutes of the twenty-eighth annual meet- 
ing. G. E. Snavely. Assn Am Col B 28: 
90-102 Mr '42 

lSli2, Philadelphia 
Minutes of the 29th annual meeting, October 

29. G. E. Snavely. Assn Am Col B 29:101-23 

Mr '43 
Special war meeting. R. Walters. Sch & 

Soc 56:421-4 N 7 '42 

19ii, Cincinnati 
Minutes of the 30th annual meeting. January 

12-14. 1944. Assn Am Col Bui 30:152-61 Mr 

■44 
New challenge to our colleges; 30th annual 

meeting. Cincinnati. January 12-14. E. J. 

Fisher. Inst Int F.d News Bui 19:7-8 F '44 
30th annual meeting. Cincinnati. January 12- 

14. Sch & Soc 59:6-7 Ja 1 '44 
Thirtieth annual meeting. R. Walters. Sch 

& Soc 59:60-2 Ja 22 '44 

Commission on academic freedom 
and tenure 

Academic freedom and tenure: stateinent of 
principles, 1940; formulated by Joint con- 
ferences with the American association of 
university professors. Am Assn Univ Prof 
Bui 28:84-90 F '42; Same. Am Assn Univ 
Prof Bui 29:75-81 P '43; Same. Am Assn 
Univ Prof Bui 30:101-7 F '44 

Report. W. P. Tollev. Assn Am Col B 28: 
77-81 Mr '42 

Commission on citizenship 
Commission on citizenship of the A.\C. Sch 
& Soc 58:324 O 23 '43 

Commission on colleges and post-war 

problems 

Report. Assn Am Col B 29:97-100 Mr '43 

Commission on inter-American 
cultural relations 
Report. J. F. Zimmerman. Assn Am Col B 

28:88-9 Mr '42 
Report. J. F. Zimmerman. Assn Am Col Bui 
30:143-8 Mr '44 



Commission on liberal education 
Commission on liberal education report. J. P. 
Baxter, 3d. Assn Am Col B 29:269-74 My 
'43; Same cond. (In Association of Ameri- 
can colleges. Commission on liberal educa- 
tion. Summary of report. May, 1943. p5-10) 
• Summary of report. May 1943. 31p pa '43 The 
assn, 19 W 44th St. N.Y. 

Commission on teacher education 
Report. H. M. Gage. Assn Am Col B 28:86-7 
Mr '42 

Commission on the arts 
First five years of the arts program. S, T. 

Arnold. Assn Am Col B 27:635-09 D ^41 
Report. R. H. Fitzgerald. Assn Am Col B 

28:72-6 Mr '42 
Report. R. H. Fitzgerald. Assn Am Col B 

29:93-6 Mr '13 
Report. R. H. Fitzgerald. Assn Am Col Bui 

30:140-2 Mr '44 

Commission on wartime placement 
of college faculties 

AAC will try to find es.sentiai Jobs for dis- 
placed college teachers. Sch & Soc 57:179 
F 13 '43 

Commission on ■wartime placement of colleisre 
faculties. J. F. .Sly and M. E. Palmer. Assn 
Am Col Bui 29:504-13 D '43 

Commission on wartime placement of college 
faculties discontinued. Ed Vic 2:10 N 1 '43 

Committee on insurance and 
annuities 
Report. W. E. Weld. Assn Am Col B 28:82-5 

Mr '42 
Report. January 1942- January 1944. W. E. 
Weld. Assn Am Col Bui 30:119-51 Mr '44 

Committee on the re-statement 
of the nature and aims of 
liberal education 
Post-war responsibilities of liberal educa- 
tion; report of the committee to the com- 
mission on liberal education of the Asso- 
ciation of American colleges. Assn Am 
Col Bui 29:275-99 My '43; Same cond. (In 
Association of American colleges. Com- 
mission on liberal education. Summary of 
report. May. 1943. p 11-31); Am Assn Univ 
Prof Bui 29:412-31 Je '43; Teach Col J 
15:46-8 N '43; Excerpts. Ed Digest 9:44-6 
S '43 

Universities committee on postwar 
international problems 

Universities committee on postwar interna- 
tional problems. C R. Noyes. Assn Am Col 
Bui 30:376-8 My '44 
ASSOCIATION of American medical colleges 

Reconniiendations of the executive council. 
Assn Am Col H 2S:191-2 My '42 
ASSOCIATION of American railroads 

Study of railway transportation. v. 1: 
teacher's manual for primary and inter- 
mediate grades with bibliography. 50p il 
map pa *42 The assn. Transportation bidg, 
Washington, D.C. 
ASSOCIATION of American universities 

AATC addresses a resolution to the AAU 
on teacher-education. Sch & Soc 58:420 N 
27 '43 

Attitude of Association of American uni- 
versities toward Catholic universities and 
colleges as such. National Catholic educa- 
tional association. Committee on public re- 
lations. Nat Cath Ed Assn Proc 1941:108-12 

43d annual conference. October 30-Noveraber 
1. 1941. Sch & Soc 54:409 N 8 '41 

44th annual conference. R. Waiters. Sch St 
Soc 58:397 N 13 '43 
■ Journal of proceedings and addresses of 
the forty-second — forty-third annual con- 
ferences, 1940-1941. 2v 126;114p pa ea $1 
'41-'42 Univ. of Chicago press 

List of approved institutions whose qualified 
graduates are admitted to graduate schools 
of the Association of American universities. 
(In Association of American universities. 
Journal of proceedings and addresses of 
the forty-isecond annual conference, 1940. 
p28-35) 



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105 



ASSOCIATION of American universities — Cont. 
List of approved institutions whose qualified 
graduates are admitted to graduate schools 
of the Association of American universities. 
(In Association of American universities. 
Journal of proceedings and addresses of the 
fortv-third annual conference, 1941. p28- 
35) 

ASSOCIATION of assistant mistresses in 
secondary schools 

Assistant mistresses in conference: educa- 
tion and the social order. G. H. Williams. 
Times Ed Sup 1460:198 Ap 24 '43 

Fifty-eighth annual-general meeting and 
conference. Times Ed Sup 1392:6 Ja 3 '42 

ASSOCIATION of California county superin- 
tendents of schools 
Resolutions of the Conference. Calif Sch 15: 
77-81 Mr '44 

ASSOCIATION of California public school 

superintendents 
Resolutions adopted at Los Angeles on October 

14, 1942. Calif Sch 13:254-6 N '42 
Superintendents. F. M. Wright. Sierra Ed 

News 37:9-10 Je '41 

ASSOCIATION of California secondary school 

principals 
Achievements of Association for the past 

year. E. E. Crawford. Sierra Ed News 39: 

24 Ja '43 
Activities. E. E. Crawford. Sierra Ed News 

38:30 F '42 
Secondary principals. H. B. Brooks. Sierra 

Ed N 40:24 F '44 
See also 
General education 

committee 

ASSOCIATION of college and reference li- 
braries 

Annual meeting. Milwaukee. June 22-27. B 
E. Powell. Sch & Sec 56:134-5 Ag 15 '42 

Meeting, 1941. Boston. B. E. Powell. Library 
Journal 66:712 S 1 '41 

ASSOCIATION of college geology teachers 

Fifth annual meeting. April 24-25. 1942. 
Elsah, 111: announcement. Science 95:376 
Ap 10 '42 

ASSOCIATION of colleges and secondary 
schools for Negroes 
Ten years of educational activity of the As- 
sociation of colleges and secondary schools 
for Negroes. L. S. Cozart. Q R Higher Ed 
Among Negroes 12:48-51 Ja '44 

Commission on institutions of 

higher education 

Significant achievements of the commission 

on institutions of higher education during 

the past ten years. T. E. McKinney. Q R 

Higher Ed Among Negroes 12:18-27 Ja '44 

ASSOCIATION of colleges and secondary 
schools of the middle states and Maryland. 
See Middle states association of colleges 
and secondary schools 

ASSOCIATION of colleges and secondary 
schools of the southern states. See Southern 
association of colleges and secondary 
schools 

ASSOCIATION of colleges and universities of 
the state of New York. See New York state 
association of colleges and universities 

ASSOCIATION of colleges for Negro youth. 
See Association of college.'^ and secondary 
schools for Negroes 

ASSOCIATION of deans of women and advisors 
to girls in Negro schools 
Proceedings of the twelfth annual meeting. 
Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 9:17S-S3 
O '41 

ASSOCIATION of directors and secretaries of 
education 
Education; a plan for the future, 32p 6d '42 
Oxford 

ASSOCIATION of education committees 
Annual general meeting, June 11-12 Times 

Ed Sup 1415:284 Je 13 '42 
A.E.C. conference: administrative areas. 

Times Ed Sup 1481:450 S 18 '43 



Future policy for education. Times Ed Sup 

1416:299 Je 20 '42 
General meeting, London, September 16-17, 

1943. Times Ed Sup 1482:462 S 25 '43 
Special meeting. Times Ed Sup 1505:114 Mr 

4 '44 
ASSOCIATION of headmistresses 
Annual conference and 69th annual general 

meeting, June 5, 1943. J Ed London 75:342 

Jl '43 
Annual general meeting. Times Ed Sup 1364: 

290 Je 21 '41 
Education bill; head mistresses' views. Times 

Ed Sup 1502:78 F 12 '44 
Headmistresses' conference, April 8-9. Times 

Ed Sup 1406:174 Ap 11 '42 

ASSOCIATION of ideas. See Association (psy- 
chology) 

ASSOCIATION of land-grant colleges and uni- 
versities 
Proceedings of the fifty-fourth — fifty-sixth 
annual conventions. 1940-1942; ed. by W. L. 
Slate. 3v 351;339;241p pa gratis '40-'42 The 
assn. W. L. Slate, director, box 1106, New 
Haven, Conn. 
Proceedings of the first annual convention 
of the Association of American agricul- 
tural colleges and experiment stations, 
Washington, D.C. October 18-20, 1SS7. 4p 
'41 The assn, Nat. press bldg, Washington, 
D.C. 

ASSOCIATION of military colleges and schools 
of the United States 

• Proceedings, 1940-1942, Washington, D.C. 3v 
:27:120;67p pa '40-'42 The assn, W. E. 
Gregory, sec. Culver military academy, 
Culver, Ind. 

ASSOCIATION of modern language teachers 
of the middle states and Maryland 
Annual meeting. G. M. Dorsev. Mod Lang J 
27:360-2 My '43 

ASSOCIATION of nations. See Inter-democracy 
federal union (proposed) ; International fed- 
eration 

ASSOCIATION of Polish university professors 
and lecturers in Great Britain 
Professor Bronislaw Malinowski; an account 
of the memorial meeting held at the Royal 
inst. in London on July 13th 1942. 23p pa 
35c '43 Oxford 

ASSOCIATION of private school teachers 
Report of sub-committee of mathematics sec- 
tion of the Association of private school 
teachers. M. E. Thompson. Math Teach 
36:317-20 N '43 

ASSOCIATION of school business officials 
Code of ethics for public school business 
officials. Sch Executive 61:42 N '41 

■ Proceedings of the thirtieth — thirty-first an- 
nual meetings, 1941-1942. 2v 271:282p pa '41- 
'42 The assn. H. W. Cramblet, sec, 341 S 
Bellefield av, Pittsburgh 
School house floors. (Bui. no8) 16p 25c '41 
The assn. H. W. Cramblet, sec. 341 S Belle- 
field av, Pittsburgh 

Meetings 
19',!, Atlantic City 
Calling all business officials. Sch Executive 

61:40 S '41 
It was said in Atlantic City. Am Sch Bd J 

103:39-44-1- N '41 
Public school business officials. E. M. Foster. 

Sch Life 27:79 D '41 
Thirtieth annual convention. Nation's Sch 

28:49-54 N '41 
With the school -business chiefs in Atlantic 

City. Am Sch Ed J 103:66 N '41 

19i2, Cleveland 

Business officials confer on wartime prob- 
lems. H. C. Roberts. Sch Executive 62:264- 
N '42 

Convention at Cleveland, October 5-8. Am 
Sch Bd J 105:41-2 N '42 

First war convention of business officials. 
A. B. Moehlman. Nation's Sch 30:43-5 N 
'42 

School accounting practice committee 
Classification of school expenditures; report. 
(Bui. no 10) 58p pa 75c '42 The assn, H. 
W. Cramblet, sec. 341 S Bellefield av, 
Pittsburgh 



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ASSOCIATION of school film libraries 

Association of «cliool niiii libraries discon- 

tiiiueii. Ed Screen 21;3(19 N '42 
ASSOCIATION of schools and colleges of the 

Methodist church 
rresiiients of Metliodist colleges confer on 

postwar problems. Sch & Soc 59;39 Ja 15 

•44 
ASSOCIATION of scientific workers, England 
Plannin)? of science. Times Ed Sup 1449 :G3 

F 6 '43 , . 

White paper: Scientific workers views. 

Times Kd Sup 1487:519 O 30 '43 
ASSOCIATION of social science teachers In 

Negro colleges 
Nintli annual conference. Winston-Salem 

teachers college. May 1, 1943. Q K Higher 

r.d Among Negroes 11:15-24 Jl '43 
ASSOCIATION of teachers in colleges and de- 
partments of education, England 
Emergencv schenn^s for training teachers. J 

i;d l>ondon "5:56S-(- D '43 
ASSOCIATION of teachers in technical insti- 
tutions 
Present and future problems. S. H. Moorfleld. 

Times Kd Sup 1362:263 Je 7 '41 
Thirtv-third annual conference. May 23-24. 

Tinies Ed Sup 1413:258 My 30 '42 
ASSOCIATION of teachers of English in Negro 

colleges. See Association of teachers of 

language in Negro colleges 
ASSOCIATION of teachers of language in 

Negro colleges 
Proceedings of the fifth annual conference. 

Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 9:103-8 

Jl '41 
Proceedings of the sixth annual conference. 

Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 10:185-90 

O "42 
Two ideals for the future. B. L. Woodruff. 

Q R Higlier Ed Among Negroes 9:109 Jl '41 
ASSOCIATION of teachers of social studies In 

the city of New York 
Experiment in cooperative textbook writing. 

S. N. Barnett and others. H Points 23:51-4 

S '41 

Textbook committee 

Attacks on social studies textbooks, bibliog f 
H Points 23:5-11 Je '41 

Attacks on social studies textbooks; a com- 
munication. E. Kelly and B. Rosenthal. H 
Points 23:50 N '41 
ASSOCIATION of technical institutions 

Annual general meeting. June 4. Times Ed 
Sup 1467:282 Je 12 '43 
ASSOCIATION of Texas colleges 

Colleges and junior colleges of Texas consider 
postwar problems: 28th annual meeting. 
Dallas. April 5-6. Sch & Soc 59:276-7 Ap 22 
•44 
ASSOCIATION of tutors in adult education 

Association of tutors in adult education. F. 
J. McCulloch. World Assn Adult Ed B 2d s 
34:1-9 Ag '43 
ASSOCIATION of university professors and 
lecturers of the allied countries in Great 
Britain 

Association of university professors of the 
allied countries; meeting. 1943, Oxford uni- 
versity. Science 98:169-70 Ag 20 '43 

Education after the war; meeting. New Col- 
lege. Oxford, July 16-19. Nature 152:221-2 
Ag 21 '43 

Educational conference. May 11, 1943: The 
function of a universitj' in a modern com- 
munity. 57p pa 40c '43 William Salloch bks, 
344 E 17th St, N.T. 3 

New allied association. Times Ed Sup 1413- 
256 My 30 '42 

Rebuilding of university life; common in- 
terests among allied professors. Times Ed 
Sup 1492:581 D 4 '43 

Third general meeting. December 16. 1942. 
Nature 151:229 F 20 '43 
ASSOCIATION of urban universities 
' Twenty-seventh — twenty-eighth annual meet- 
ings. 1D40-1941; sununar.v of proceedings. 
(V 18-19) 2v 77;96p pa ea $1 The assn, F. 
W. Shockley, sec. Univ. of Pittsburgh, 
Pittsburgh 

ASSOCIATIONAL living. See Social adjust- 
ment and development 



ASSOCIATIONS 
Some national agencies report. Adult Ed J 
2:36-9 Ja "43 
Sec also 
Youlh serving or- 
ganizations 

also names of associations 
ASSOCIATIONS, Educational 

Common problems; efforts toward coordina- 
tion — state, regional, national, and Inter- 
national associations. K. J. Maaske. Adult 
Ed B 6:189-90 Ag '42 
Crescendo in education. O. W. Haisley. Nat 

Ed Assn J 33:36 F '44 
Democracy within the local education asso- 
ciation. D. Parrish and P.. Durham. Nat 
S;d Assn J 32:107-8 Ap '43 
Educational councils and similar associations; 
with discussion. H. P. Rainey. (In Associa- 
tion of American universities. Journal of 
proceedings and addresses of the forty- 
second annual conference, 1940. p77-85) 

Foundation stones of the profession. A. Winn. 
Nat Ed Assn J 31:222 O ^42 

Handbook of suggestions for the operation 
and activities of county education associa- 
tions [mimeographed] South Carolina edu- 
cation association, gratis ^41 The assn, J. 
P. Coates, sec, 1510 Gervais st, Columbia 

Membership in education associations — 1941. 
Nat Ed Assn J 30:182 S ^41 

Membership in education associations — 1942. 
National education association. Research 
division. Nat Ed Assn J 31:182 S "42 

Membership in education associations — 1943. 
National education association. Research 
division. Nat Ed Assn J 32:178 S "43 

National seminar on making the teaching 
profession more effective thru local, state, 
and national as.sociations. J. A. Chandler 
and C. O. Williams. Nat Ed Assn Proc 
1942:70-3 

Organizing the organizations. C. V. Euttel- 
man. Mus Educators J 29:26-7 S "42 

Program and obligations of state education 
associations. G. E. Walk. Pa Sch J 92:5-6 
S '43: Same. Tex Outl 27:25-6 D '43; Same 
cond. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1943:30-4 

ROle of educational agencies in maintaining 
morale among Negroes. W. G. Daniel and 
M. M. T. Wright, bibliog f J Negro Ed 
12:490-501 Jl '43^ 

Some national agencies report. Adult Ed J 
2:161-9 O '43 

Trends in research service in state education 
associations [mimeographed] A. J. Burke, 
pa N.T. state teachers assn. 

Unique functions of a school boards asso- 
ciation in the educational program of a 
state. H, B. Schuemian. Am Sch Bd J 103: 
16 O '41 

United education associations. Nat Ed Assn 
J 31:186 S '42 

Wanted: more state associations of local 
school boards. A. D. Simpson. Hari-ard 
Ed R 14:1-3 Ja '44 

Washington dizzy. F. L. Redefer. Front 
Democ 7:240-3 Mv '41; Same cond. Ed Di- 
gest 7:17-20 S '41 
See also 

Business education Parent-teacher asso- 
associations ciations 

Conferences and con- Teachers' associa- 
ventions. Educa- tions 

tional 
also names of educational associations 

Directories 
Educational associations and directories. See 
United States. Office of education. Educa- 
tional directory 
Educational associations and societies. (In 
Patterson. H. L.. cd. American educational 
directory, 1943. p901-8) 
Educational directory. United States. Offlce 
of education. See main entr.v 
ASSOCIATIONS, Negro. See Negro associa- 

iions 
ASSOCIATIVE reaction time 

Speed and quality of as.sociation as a measure 
of intelligence on the college level. M. A. 
Tinker. Journal of General Psychology 24: 
273-9 .^p '41 
ASSUMPTION high school. Granger, Iowa 
Rural education in action. P. E. Schneider. 
Cath Ed R 41:207-9 Ap '43 



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107 



ASTELL, Louis A. ^ u o • 

Junior academy in the emergency. Sch feci 
& Math 42:823-6 D '42 
ASTORIA school health study 

Health for tomorrow's school child. C». M. 
^\^leatlev. il Public Health Nursing 34:483- 
!)0 S '42 
Solving school health problems. D. B. Nys- 

wander. $2 '42 Commonwealth fund 
Teacher in the health program. A. H. MiUer. 
Public Health Nursing 34:491-5 S "42 
ASTRONOMERS 

Bibliography 

Book-length biographies of physicists and 
astronomers. T. J. Higgins. Am J Physics 
12:31-9 F '44 
ASTRONOMICAL instruments 

Stellar radiometric equipment of the Harvard 
college observatory. T. E. Sterne and R. 
M. Emberson. bibliog f il Astrophysical 
Journal 94:412-26 N '41 
See also 
Interferometers 
ASTRONOMICAL models 

Model for the demonstration of astral move- 
ments. A. Young, il diags Sch (Sec ed) 
32:347-52 D '43 
ASTRONOMY 
Astronomy and the schools of tomorrow. G. 
W. Haupt. Sci Ed 27:53-5 S '43 
See also 
Moon Seasons 

Planetariums Stars 

Relativity 

Teaching 
Bringing astronomy to the blind. H. B. 

Rumrill. Popular Astronomy 52:106-7 F '44 
Report of the conference of teachers of 

astronomy at New Haven. Connecticut. 

June 12, 1942. M. Williams. Popular As- 
tronomy 50:353-6 Ag '42 
Report of the conference of teachers of 

astronomy at Terkes observatory. September 

7, 1941 J H. Pitman. Popular Astronomy 

49:531-5 D '41 
Skv studv — so what? E. L. Palmer. Nature 

Slagazine 37:214-|- Ap '44 
Winter studv of the heavens: the value of 

science instruction. E. J. Cable, il Mid Sch 

57:181-3 P '43 

Second grades 
Stars in a second grade. M. Cranmore. Ed 
Meth 21:79-83 N '41 

Teaching aids and devices 
IDenionstration equipment for effective teach- 
ing in astronomy. R. L. Price. Popular 
Astronomy 50:369-77 Ag '42 

Tests and scales 
Ready-to-use tests for middle and upper 

grades: astronomy in riddles. H. C. Ford. 

il Instr 53:18 F '44 
Tests for middle and upper grades: a test 

on astronomy. K. Thomas Instr 50:21 Je 

'41 

Textbooks 
Essentials of astronomy J. C. Duncan. $1.85 
'42 Harper 

Units of work 
Heavenly creations: a unit for primary and 

middle grades. O. F. Gooden. il Instr 51: 

24-t- D '41 
We studv the skv. M. S. Miller, bibliog il 

diags Grade Teach 60:42-3-t- Ja "43 

Elementary schools 
Astronomy in the elementary school. J. Ster- 

nig. diag Sch Sci & Math 44:36-42 Ja '44 
Fir.st introduction to astronomy. A. M. An- 
derson. Sci Ed 26:196-7 P '42 
ASTRONOMY clubs 

Amateur astronomers in action. D. Wertman. 
il Sch Activities 14:165 Ja '43 
ATHENS, Greece 

rif^J.ic S.rbpa 8i6ACTKei (city is the teacher of 
the mam G. Smith, bibliog f Class J 38: 
260-79 F '43 



ATHENS, Ohio 

High school 
High school class considers .juvenile delin- 
quency. M. V. Johnston and others. Ohio 
Sch 22:54-54- F '44 
ATHENS college, Greece 
Athens college: an American educational in- 
stitution. C. Lagoudakis. Sch I^ife 26:280-1 
Je '41 
ATHENS college for young women, Athens, 
Alabama 
College on a silk footing, il Newsweek 17:68 
Je 16 '41 
ATHERTON, Charles Russell 

Role of the matheinatics teacher in our 
defense program. Math Teach 34:291-6 N 
'41 
ATHERTON, Ralph 

Physics for today. Ohio Sch 21:205-h My '43 
ATHERTON, Warren Hendry 

Federal aid for education of service men and 
women should be administered by Veter- 
ans' administration. Congressional Digest 
23:92-3 Mr "44 
ATHLETES 
Academic performance. C. W. Reeder. J 

Higher Ed 13:204-8 Ap '42 
Athletes as blood donors. P. V. Karpovich 
and N. Millman. Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed & Rcc Res Q 13:166-8 My '42 
Athletic honors in the fifth centurv. G. E. 

Mylonas. bibliog f Class J 39:278-80 F '44 
Athletitis or the acadeinic background of 
the athlete. R. L. Beck. Sch & Soc 55: 
215-17 F 21 '42 
Diagnosing athletitis. C. D. Champlin. Sch 

& Soc 55:587-8 My 23 '42 
Study of the schoIa,stic attainments of letter 
winners at the State university of Iowa. 
W. W. Tuttle and F. S. Eeebee. Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 12:174-80 
My '41 
Survey of athletic participation and scho- 
lastic achievement. L. Rarick. bibliog J 
Ed Res 37:174-80 N '43 
ATHLETIC ability. See Physical ability 
ATHLETIC ability tests. See Physical ability 

test.=: 
ATHLETIC associations 

Statement of policy of the Cincinnati public 
school athletic league, J Health & Phys Ed 
14:546 D '43 
See also 
Indiana high school Wabash Valley high- 
athletic association school association 
ATHLETIC costumes. See Gymnasium suits 
ATHLETIC directors. See Coaches and coach- 

infT (athletics); Physical directors 
ATHLETIC federation of college women 
A.F.C.W. celebrates its founding. M. D. 
Hart wig. J Health & Phys Ed 13:243 Ap '42 

ATHLETIC fields 
Athletic field for AVest Hartford. P. MartelU. 

plan Recreation 36:344-5-f- S '42 
Athletic fields at Colgate university. G. Had- 

den. il map Civil Engineering 10:772-4 D '40 
Draining athletic fields. Nation's Sch 31:48 

.My '13 
ATHLETIC injuries. See Accidents 
ATHLETIC stunts. See Physical ability tests 
ATHLETIC suits. See Gymnasium suits 
ATHLETICS 
Army athletics. T. P. Bank. (In College phys- 
ical education association. Proceedings. 1941. 

p95-S> 
Athletics after physical training. P. F. 

Neverman. Sch Activities 14:12 S "42 
Athletics for all. J. W. Smith. Sch Activities 

15:207 F '44 
Athletics for everyone. Nation's Sch 32:48 N 

•43 
Athletics vs. calisthenics. J. B. Nash. Clear- 
ing House 18:29-30 S "43 
.\lhletitis or the academic background of the 

athlete. R, L. Beck. Sch & Soc 55:215-17 

F 21 '42 
Bad physics in athletic measurements. P. H, 

Kirkpatrick, Am J Physics 12:7-12 F '44 
Citizenship in athletics, E, E, Battles. Am 

Sch Bd J 106:47 My '43 
Diagnosing athletitis. C. D. Champlin. Sch 

& Soc 55:587-8 My 23 '42 



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ATHLETICS— Confiniied 

Educational thorn. R. Tooze. Sch Activities 

ll:17:!-4+ Ja '43 
Educational training for mental condition 
throueh camp experience. A. I. Tyler. Sch 
Sci & Math 42:771-80 N '42 
In war time. too. adults must play. H. M. 
Lafferty. Am Sch Bd J 104:3U-2 F; 22-3 
Mr '42 

Longevity and athletics. P. V. Karpovich. 
blbliog Am A.fsri Health Phys Ed & Rec 
Res Q 12:451-5 My '41 

More athletics now, not less. H. G. Richard- 
son. Sch Activities 14:207 F '43; Same. 
Recreation 37:226-i- Jl '43 

Mutual respect in athletics. A. L. Trester. 
Sch Activities 13:192 Ja '42; Same cond. 
Ed Digest 7:40-1 F '42 

Relation of quicltness of bodily movement to 
success in athletics. L. F. Keller, bibiiog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 
13:146-55 My '42 

Relationship between personality adjustment 
and achievement in physical education 
activities. A. P. Sperling, bibiiog t Am 
Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13:351- 
63 O "42 

Role of athletics in our military program. 
G. F. Veenlter. J Health & Phys Ed 11:26-7 
Ja '43 

Should athletics meet public demands? F. 
Wampler. Teach Col J 13:36-7 N '41 

Sport and democracy. J. R. Tunis. Child 
Study 18:107-9-1- Je '41 

Sports and games in school schedules; com- 
petitive sports should be planned and super- 
vised. C. H. Keene. Hygeia 20:557-8 Jl '42 

Teaching athletic skills in physical educa- 
tion. H. C. Craine. $2.75 '42 Inor pub. co. 
inc. 207 4th av, N.Y. 

Twelve- to eighteen-year-olds. V. C. Stevens. 
Sch & Soc 57:475 Ap 24 '43 

Youth for tomorrow. T. D. Walker. Sch 
Activities 13:218-)- F 42 
See also 

Badminton Golf 

Baseball Handball 

Basketball Speedball 

Boxing Sports 

Coaches and coach- Swimming 
ing (athletics) Tennis 

Discus throwing Tournaments 

Fencing Volleyball 

Field hockey Wrestling 

Football 

Bibliography 

Classified list of current periodicals in the 
fields of athletics, health, physical educa- 
tion, and sports publislied in the United 
States and Canada. A. E. Redman, comp. 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 14: 
277-93 O '43 

Equipment 
Wartime conservation of athletic equipment. 
W. T. Hatfield. Sch Activities 14:87-8 N 
'42 

Finance 
Business end of high school athletics. E. H. 

Poteet. Tex Outl 25:56 S '41 
Finding money for athletics. S. J. Drotter. 
J Ed 124:165-f- My '41 

Track and field 

Track and field in a program of physical 
education for girls. G. E. Mouiton. J Health 
& Phys Ed 13:S9-f F '42 

\A*hat is superior performance in junior high 
athletics? R. J. McMurray. II J Health & 
Phys Ed 13:92-3-f F '42 
See also 

Jumping 

Running 

Value 

Psychological aspects of athletics. G. W. 
Shaffer. (In National collegiate athletic as- 
sociation. Proceedings, 1940. p89-95); Same. 
(In College physical education association. 
Proceedings, 1940. p41-G) 

Colleges and universities 
Institutional administration of athletic pro- 
grams. R. J. Kane. (In Eastern associa- 
tion of college and university business of- 
ficers. Minutes of the twenty-second annual 
meeting, 1941. p45-51) 



Nineteen-forty-three yearbook. National col- 
legiate athletic association, pa '44 The 
assn, J. L. Griffith, sec, 304 Hotel Sherman, 
Chicago 

Proceedings of the thirty-fifth, thirty-seventh 
annual conventions. 1940. 1942. National 
collegiate athletic association. 2v pa gratis 
'41-'43 The assn, J. L. Grifflth. sec, 304 
Hotel .Sherman. Chicago 

Relation of selected structural and functional 
measures to success In college athletics. 
V. G. DiGlovanna. blbliog Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 14:199-216 My '43 
See also 

Football 

High schools 

Are high school athletics physical education? 
C. E. Hood. Mont Ed 20:21-5 S "43; Sum- 
mary. Sch Manag 13:82 N '43 

Athletics. J. E. Wellwood. bibiiog il Nat 
Assn Sec Sch Prin B 25:47-56 D '41 

Consideration of teen-age athletics. C. Li. 
Lowman. J Health & Phys Ed 12:398-9 S 
41; Same cond. Ed Digest 7:28-9 N 41 

Curfew for the varsity. J. H. Osterberg. Sch 
Executive 61:27 -(- S '41 

Intra-city athletic competition. R. C. Bryan. 
Sch Activities 15:6-8-f- S '43 

Portland interscholastic athletic-insurance 
plan. E. I. Jenne. il Am Sch Bd J 105:25-7 
Ag '42; Same cond. J Health & Phys Ed 
13:154-5-t- Mr '42 

Sane program of athletics In high schools 
maintained by the fourth class school dis- 
tricts of Pennsylvania. W. F. Meroditli. (In 
Pennsylvania. University. School of educa- 
tion. Coordination of school and community. 
P419-25) 
See also 

Coaches and coaching 
(athletics)— High 
schools 

Junior high schools 

WTiat is superior performance in junior high 
athletics? R. J. McMurray. il J Health 
& Phys Ed 13;92-3-i- F '42 
ATHLETICS, Intercollegiate 

Intercollegiate athletics in relation to na- 
tional defense. C. F. Gauss. (In National 
collegiate athletic association. Proceedings, 
1940. o 122-7) 

Intercollegiate athletics in relation to na- 
tional defense. W. B. Owens: A N. Mc- 
Millin; W. M. Lewis. (In National collegiate 
athletic association. Proceedings. 1940. p72- 
88) 

Role of intercollegiate athletics in national 
preparedness. W. L. Hughes. (In College 
physical education association. Proceedings, 
1940. p2I-7) 
ATHLETICS, Interscholastic 

Interschool sports. Nation's Sch 31:14 F '43 

Intramural vs. interscholastic contests. R. 
Tooze. Sch Activities 14:292-4-)- Ap '43 

Principles and procedures in the conduct of 
interscholastic athletics for adolescent girls. 
K. W. Montgomcrv. Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed ft Rec Res Q 13:60-7 Mr '42 

Supervision and direction of inter-school 
activities. J. E. Curtis. Sch Activities 13: 
251-3 Mr '42 
See also 

Play days 
ATHLETICS, Intramural 

Administrative problems confronting intra- 
murals. T. G. lerardi. J Health & Phys Ed 
14:321-1- .Te '43 

Building good intramural sports programs. 
I. Christenson. Sch Manag 13:86 N '43 

Intramural handbook. C. D. Voltmer and 
others, pa $1.60 '40 Burgess 

Intramural vs. interscholastic contests. R. 
Tooze. Sch Activities 14:292-4-1- Ap '43 

Intrannirals in a central rural school under 
wartime conditions. V. Har%'ey. J Health 
& Phys Ed 15:218 Ap '44 

Intramurals the thing in Panama. G. C. 
Lockridge. J Health & Phys Ed 12:522-3-t- 
N '41 

Role of intramural athletics In total defense. 
C. H. Reillv. J Health & Phys Ed 13:478-1- 
O '42 

Survey of athletic participation and scho- 
lastic achievement. L. Rarick. bibiiog J Ed 
Res 37:174-80 N '43 



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ATHLETICS, Intramural — Continued 
Colleges and universities 
Unique practices in intramural programs. J. 
J. Ferguson. (In College physical educa- 
tion association. Proceedings, 1941. p89-94) 
Weaknesses in the college intramural pro- 
gram. F. S. Lloyd. (In College physical 
education association. Proceedings, 1940. p47- 
50) 

Elementary schools 
Public participation in a playground program. 
B. L,. Riggs. Nat El Prin 22:208-10 Je '43 
Purposeful athletics (or the elementary school. 
D. I. Cowles. Wis J Ed 75:155-7 N '42 

High schools 
Intramural athletics for the high school girl. 

L. Dreisbach. Ohio Sch 21:368 N '43 
Intramural athletics in year-round program. 

A. W. Hendricks. Ohio Sch 20:20-1- Ja '42 
Recent trends in high school intramural 

sports. D. Showley. J Health & Phys Ed 

12:356 Je '41 
Team for everyone and everyone on a team. 

"* R. Welsh, il Sch Activities 15:153-5 Ja '44 

They will come back. G. Lebowitz. H Points 

25:74-7 Ap '43 

Junior high schools 
Democracy in intramurals. J. Davis. Tex 

Outl 25:45 O '41 
Intramural athletics for the Junior high 

school bov. D. F. Rose. Ohio Sch 20:340-1 

O '42 

Normal schools and teachers colleges 
Place of an intramural program in a teacher 
training institution. H. G. Maloney. Tex 
Outl 25:49-50 Jl '41 
Successful student baseball. R. L. Beyer, il 
Recreation 35:367-8 S '41 
ATHLETICS for girls 
Desirable practices in athletics for girls and 
women. American association for health, 
physical education, and recreation. National 
section on women's athletics. Special com- 
mittee on standards. J Health & Phys Ed 
12:422-f- S '41 
Intramural athletics for the high school girl. 

L,. Dreisbach. Ohio Sch 21:368 N '43 
Principles and procedures in the conduct of 
interscholastic athletics for adolescent girls. 
K. W. Montgomery. Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed & Rec Res Q 13:60-7 Mr '42 
ATHLETICS for women 
Desirable practices in athletics for girls and 
women. American association for health, 
physical education, and recreation. National 
section on women's athletics. Special com- 
mittee on standards. J Health & Phys Ed 
12:422-f S '41 
Physiological implications of fitness in wom- 
en's athletics. J. F. Williams. J Health 
& Phys Ed 14:4G9-f- N '43 
Policies for sports days and intramural atli- 
letics for college women as authorized by 
the Midwest association of college teachers 
of physical education for women. J Health 
& Phys Ed 13:295-1- My '42 
San Francisco Bay counties board of women 
officials. M. Nogues. J Health & Phys Ed 
13:290-1-1- My '42 
See also 
American associa- 
tion for health, 
physical education, 
and recreation — 
National section 
on women's ath- 
letics 
ATHLETICS in art. See Sports in art 
ATKIN, Millicent 

Some facts about nutrition. Nation's Sch 
28:66-f Jl '41 
ATKIN, Robert; Stasheff, Edward; and Sexton, 
J. J, 
Radio and recording in the teaching of Eng- 
lish and speech. H Points 25:39-46 Ja '43 
ATKINSON, Barnett 
Civil service type tests in the Los Angeles 
schools. Nat Bus Ed Q 11:17-18 D '42 



ATKINSON, Carroll 
American universities and colleges that have 
held broadcast license. (Hattie and Luther 
Nelson memorial lib. v 1) 127p $1.50 '41 
Meador 
Broadcasting to the classroom by universi- 
ties and colleges. (Hattie and Luther Nelson 
memorial lib. v5) 128p bibliog f $1.50 '42 
Meador 
Foreign-language broadcasting to educate 
minority groups. Mod Lang J 26:88-9 F '42 
Guidance for youth — it needs superior teach- 
ers. Ed 62:122-4 O '41 
Japanese invited Americans to study their 
language years before the war. Mod Lang 
J 27:358-9 My '43 
Let's put EInglish first. Nation's Sch 28: 

21 Ag '41 
Let's reform the Ph.D. Sch & Soc 57:502-4 

:My 1 '43 
Public school broadcasting to the classroom. 
(Hattie and Luther Nelson memorial lib. 
v3) 144p $1.50 '42 Meador 
Radio as a tool of education in Puerto 

Rico. Mod Lang J 26:21-2 Ja '42 
Radio extension courses broadcast for credit. 
(Hattie and Luther Nelson memorial lib. 
v2) 128p $1.50 '41 Meador 
Radio in state and territorial educational de- 
partments. (Hattie and Luther Nelson 
memorial lib. v7) 136p bibliog f $1.50 '42 
Meador 
Radio in the classroom. Clearing House 16: 

291-3 Ja '42 
Radio network contributions to education. 
(Hattie and Luther Nelson memorial lib. 
v4) 128p $1.50 '42 Meador 
Radio programs intended for classroom use. 
(Hattie and Luther Nelson memorial lib. 
v6) 128p bibliog f $1.50 '42 Meador 
Radio used as an educational tool in the 
Philippine Islands. Mod Lang J 25:675-6 
O '41 
Should a junior-high-school teacher be a 
distinct type? Sch & Soc 55:82-4 Ja 17 '42 
ATKINSON, Charles Raymond 
Obituarv 

Sch & Soc 58:209 S 18 '43 
ATKINSON, Earl W. 
Self-rating chart for business teachers. J Bus 
Ed 17:32 S '41 
ATKINSON, Edward Redmond 
Chemical philosophy of Thomas Sterry Hunt. 

J Chem Ed 20:244-5 My '43 
Samuel Johnson's Life of Boerhaave. bibliog J 
Chem Ed 19:103-8 Mr '42 
ATKINSON, Helen 

David Rittenhouse. Social Studies 35:216-20 
My '44 
ATKINSON, Ralph N. D. 
General education plan. Soc Studies 34:211-14 
My '43; Same. Clearing House 17:548-52 
My '43 
Methods of guidance in general education, 
bibliog f Soc Studies 34:82-6 F '43 
ATKINSON, Stewart 
What holds back the Victory corps? Clearing 
House 18:137-9 N '43 
ATKINSON, William Neally 
Study of high school and college subject mat- 
ter patterns for four groups of university 
students, bibliog J Exper Ed 9:195-204 Mr 
'41 
ATLANTA 

Forrest Avenue school 
Circus comes to school. E. R. Boylston. 11 
Sch Arts 41:70-1 O '41 

Gray Street school 
Community school improvement club. H. L. 
Green and C. P. Arnold. Nat El Prin 21:370- 
3 Jl '42 

O'Keefe Junior high school 
Voice recording. W. V. Badger find N. A. 
Miller. Engl J 30:495-7 Je '41 

William A. E\ass Junior high school 
School within a school. H Sch J 25:206-8 
My -42 
ATLANTA university 

Descent from Olympus. Sch & Soc 57:494-5 

My 1 '13 
Film forums at Atlanta university. D. Wil- 
liams, il Library Journal 68:469-70 Je 1 '43 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ATLANTA unrversity — Continued 
KiMioils on iicceloratPd programs in the col- 
k'Kt's: Atlanta university. Assn Am Col B 
2.S:l(il-2 My '42 

School of library science 
Atlnnlii. university scliool of library service — 
its uinis imd olijcotives. K. A. Gloason. blb- 
lioK f l.ibniry Quarterly 12:601-10 Jl '■12 
ATLANTIC charter, lilll 

Expanding the Atlantic charter. U. Reln- 

hardt. Front Penioc 10:55-8 N '43 
First anniversary of charter day. Ed Vic 

1:2 S 1 '42 „^ 

Four freedoms. United States. Ofnce of war 
Information. Am Assn Univ Prof B 28:437-61 
O '42 
Joint declaration. Sch Life 27:1 O '41; Same. 

Neb Ed J 22:66 Mr '42 
Roosevelt-Churchill declaration and the 
terms of a future peace. 15. E. Schmitt. 
Soc Kd G:5S-65 F '42 
ATLANTIC conference, 1941 
See also 
Atlantic charter. 1941 
ATLANTIC declaration. See Atlantic charter, 

1941 
ATLANTIC union college. South Lancaster, 
Massachusetts 
Wa.'^te energy from Diesel engine supplies 
he;it to New England college. F. A. West- 
broolt. il diag Heating and Ventilating 38: 
31-2 F '41 

ATLASES 

Atki.s habit. R. M. Hanson. Va J Ed 36:147-|- 
D -42 
ATMOSPHERIC pressure 

Exhaust barometer in air pressure demon- 
strations. B. H. Stasch. diags Sch Sci & 
Math 44:201-5 Mr '44 
ATOMIC heat. See Specific heat 

ATOMIC nuclei 

Introduction to the theory of nuclear reac- 
tions. P. Morrison, bibliog Am J Physics 
9:135-62 Je '41 

Molecular beams and nuclear moments. D. R. 
Hamilton, bibliog f diags Am J Physics 9: 
319-37 D '41 

Structure of atomic nuclei. R. D. Evans. 
J Chem Ed 19:549-50 N '42 

Disintegration 
Betatron. D. W. Kerst. il diag Am J Physics 
10:219-24 O '42 

Fission 
See Atomic nuclei — Disintegration 
ATOMIC physics. See Physics 
ATOMIC theory 
Atomic theory from 1904 to 1913. C. E. 
Behrens. bibliog f Am J Physics 11:60-6 
Ap '43 
Early development of the Bohr atom. C. E. 
Behrens. bibliog f Am J Physics 11:136-47 
Je '43 
Further developments of Bohr's early atomic 
theory. C. E. Behrens. bibliog f Am J 
Physics 11:272-81 O '43 

ATOMS 

Simplified derivation of the Bohr atom. L. S. 

Guss. J Chem Ed 19:371 Ag '42 
Tube for tiie Franck-Hertz experiment. R. 

Hofstadter. diag Am J Physics 10:112-14 Ap 

•42 
See also 
Atomic nuclei Electrons 

Atomic theory Radioactivity 

Disintegration 

See also 
Atomic nuclei — Dis- 
integration 

Models 
High school chemistry students concepts of 
atomic and molecular structure. M. J. W. 
Phillips, il Sch Sci & Math 42:813-16 D 
'42 
ATONEMENT 
See also 
Redemption 
ATTAINMENT tests. See Achievement tests 



ATTEBERRY, George C; Auble, J. L; and 
Hunt, E. F. 
Introduction to social science; a survey of 
social problems. 2v 668;800p bibliog maps 

v 1 $:i: v2 $1 •41-'42 MacmiUan 

ATTENDANCE 

Adjustiiient.s in scliool attendance and child 
labor provisions to meet wartime needs; 
report. National council of chief state 
.<ichool olllcers. Ed Vic 2:1-4 F 19 '44 

Attendance didlculties: Bymptom or sickness? 
S. G. Holden. N Y Slate Ed 30:416-10 Mr 
'43 

Attendance factor and a new type test form. 
R. C. Branning. Tex Outl 25:52-3 S '41 

Conditions that make effective guidance pos- 
sible; school attendance. A. O. Heck and 
W. R. Flesher. bibliog R Ed Res 12:23-6 F 
'42 

Factors which contribute toward regular at- 
tendance in the comprehensive adult 
schools. R. L. Amsberry. Ag Ed M 15:131 
Ja '43 

How soon will the new draft affect school 
and college attendance? Sch & Soc 56:486 
N 21 '42 

National trends in school enrollment and 
attendance, 1940-41. United States. Office 
of education. Ohio Sch 20:425-f- D '42 

School attendance as affected by prevailing 
socio-economic factors. R. D. Karpiaos. 
bibliog t Sch R 51:39-49 .la '43 

Work of the home attendance visitor. R. L. 
Hill. Univ H Sch J 20:21-31 O '41 
See also 

Absences 

Enrollment 

High schools 

Administration of secondary school attend- 
ance. California. Department of education. 
(Bui. v 11 no 1) 32p pa '42 The dept, 
.Sacramento 

Can attendance he improved in our high 
schools? H. A. Koch. H Points 23:71-4 O 
•41 

Instructions for uniform accounting of at- 
tendance in Arizona high schools [mimeo- 
graphed] Arizona. Department of educa- 
tion. lOp '41 The dept. Phoenix 

Study of the pupil absences and the meth- 
ods of adjusting attendance problems util- 
ized at the Langlev Junior-senior high 
school. Pittsburgh. Penna. G. J. Wilson. 
Pittsburgh Sch 18:53-5 N ^43 

Sunday schools 
See Sunday schools — Attendance 

Arizona 
Instructions for uniform accounting of at- 
tendance in Arizona higli schools [mimeo- 
graphed] Arizona. Department of educa- 
tion. lOp '41 The dept. Phoenix 

California 

Administration of secondary school attend- 
ance. California. Department of education. 
(Bui. V 11 no 1) 32p pa ^42 The dept, 
Sacramento 

Average daily attendance, by school levels 
and by counties. 1942-43. W. E. Morgan. 
Calif Sch 14:207-9 O ^43 

Average dailv attendance in California public 
schools. 1933-40 and 1940-41. W. E. Morgan. 
Calif Sch 12:181-7 S '41 

Average daily attendance in California 
schools, 1941-42. W. E. Morgan. Calif Sch 
13:185-8 Ag '42 

Florida 

School attendance service in Horida: a 
handbook. Florida. Department of educa- 
tion. (Fla. program for improvement of 
.sciiools. Bui. no32) 152p ^42 The dept. Talla- 
hassee 
ATTENDANCE, Compulsory. See Compulsory 

education 
ATTENDANCE officers 

Attendance oflicer and the guidance program. 
A. B. Berman and J. Cummings. H Points 
23:47-.Sl My ^41 

Confessions of an attendance offlcer. Ky Sch 
J 21*23-8 S '42 

CoBperation with the attendance oflicer. M. 
M7 T. Wright, bibliog f Ed Adm & Sup 30: 
32-9 Ja ^44 



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111 



ATTENDANCE officers — Continued 

Handbook (or attendance workers. Connecti- 
cut. Department of education. Bureau of 
child accounting and statistics. (Bui. no30 
1943) 32p pa 5c '43 The dept, Hartford 

Home-school co-ordinator. C. L. Worth. Am 
Sch Bd J 105:22 D '42 

Report of a special study of difiicult attend- 
ance cases. J. C. Nebo. Pittsburgh Sch 
17:23-32 S '42 

Work of the home attendance visitor. R. L. 
HiU. Univ H Sch J 20:21-31 O '41 

Salaries 

Salaries paid school administrative and 
supervisory officers, 1942-43, 79 cities over 
lOU.OOO in population. National education 
association. Research division, pa |5 '43 
N.E.A. 

Salaries paid school administrative and 
supervisory officers, 1942-43, 214 cities 
30.000 to 100,000 in population. National 
education association. Research division, pa 
$5 '43 N.E.A. 

Salaries paid teachers, principals, and cer- 
tain other school employees, 1940-41, 232 
cities 30,000 to 100,000 in population. Na- 
tional education associationk Research divi- 
sion, pa So '41 N.E.A. 

Salaries paid teachers, principals, and cer- 
tain other school employees. 1942-43, 79 
cities over 100,000 in population. National 
education association. Research division, 
pa $5 '43 N.E.A. 

Salaries paid teachers, principals, and cer- 
tain other school employees, 1942-43. 214 
cities 30,000 to 100,000 in population. Na- 
tional education association. Research 
division, pa $5 '43 N.E.A. 
ATTENTION 

Continuous concentration while typing. E. C. 
McGill and H. H. Smith. Bsns Ed World 
24:72-4 O '43 

Eye-movements and attention. J. W. JUac- 
niUlan. bibliog f diags American JournaJ 
of Psychology 54:374-84 Jl '41 

Homogeneous grouping and pupil attention in 
junior high schools. J. R. Shannon. Teach 
Col J 12:49-52 Ja '41 

Individual differences in learning to repro- 
duce forms: a study in attention. L,. J. 
Cronbach. bibliog f American Journal of 
Psychology 54:197-222 Ap '41 

Measure of the validity of attention scores. 
J. R. Shannon. J Ed Res 35:023-31 Ap '42 

Modiflability of play behavior with specied 
reference to attentional characteristics. H. 
Thompson, bibliog Pedagog Sem 62:165-88 
Je '43 

Nature and scope of the language arts pro- 
gram. P. G. McKee. bibliog Nat El Prin 
20:235-56 Jl '41 

Study of the effect of various teaching pro- 
cedures upon observed group attention in 
the secondary school. R. W. Edmiston and 
R. W. Braddock. bibliog f J Ed Psychol 
32:665-72 D '41 

Trend in theories of attention. F. C. Paschal. 
bibliog Psychological Review 48:383-403 S 
■41 

See also 

Radio listeners 

Set (psychology) 
ATTENTION, Span of 

Effects of monocular vision on measures of 
reading efficiency and perceptual span. C. 
A. Knehr. bibliog f il Journal of Experi- 
mental Psychology- 29:133-54 Ag '41 

Extent of the perceptual span in reading. M. 
Luckiesh and F. K. Moss, bibliog Journal 
of General Psychology 25:267-72 O '41 
ATTITUDES 

Adolescent and the family. L. K. Frank, bib- 
liog (In National society tor the study of 
education. Forty-third yearbook, pt 1. 
P240-54) 

Adventures in social-business education 
(cont) U L.. Jones, il Bus Ed World 22: 
236-7. 764-5 N '41. My '42 

Alcohol problem: formulations and attitudes. 
E. M. Jellinek. Relig Ed 39:9-17 Ja '44 

Analysis of the opposition of the medical 
profession to modifications in the system 
of medical care. W. B. Brookover. bib- 
liog f Teach Col J 15:10-11 S '43 

Analyzing political attitudes, M. Rosenberg. 
Soc Studies 33:68-70 F '42 



Attitudes in school administration. J. M. 
Hughes. Ed Adm & Sup 27:448-52 S '41 

Attitudes of delinquent and non-delinquent 
girls toward Sunday observance, the Bible, 
and war. W. C. Mlddleton and P. J. 
Fay. J Ed Psychol 32:555-8 O '41 

Attitudes of secondary school authorities 
towards the training; college course, en- 
countered by intending students. W. B. 
Tudhope. Brit J Ed Psychol 14:7-18 F '44 

Attitudes: their signiiicance in education for 
the gifted. M. C. Peachman. bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 33:183-98 Mr '42 

Attitudes toward death. P. M. Pitman. Sch 
c'i Soc 57:476-8 Ap 24 '43 

Attitudes toward war and capital punish- 
ment as to size of community. M. Smith. 
Sch & Soc 58:220-3 S 18 '43 

Attitudes, values and tlie democratic ideal. 
H. M. Bell, bibliog f (In California elemen- 
tary school principals' a.'^sociation. Guiding 
children in den^ocratic living; fourteenth 
yearbook. p56-61) 

Body image in adole.scent boys. F. J. Curran 
and J. Frosch. bibliog Pedagog Sem 60:37- 
60 Mr '42 

Change of attitude with reference to birth 
control. M. Smith. Sch & Soc 56:25-8 Jl 
4 '42 

Changing attitudes toward individual differ- 
ences. J. K. Skipper. Ed Adm &. Sup 27: 
459-63 S '41 

Child's-eye view of war and peace. R. C. 
Preston. J Ed 126:286 D '43 

Comparative study of the attitudes of stu- 
dents, parents, and citizen groups toward 
problern situations which have risen at 
the Ventura junior college. L. P. ICibby. 
Am Assn Col Reg J 18:149-58 Ja '43 

Development of children's nationality pref- 
erences, concepts, and attitudes. H. Melt- 
zer. bibliog J Psychol 11:343-58 Ap '41 

Distorted reasoning as an index of public 
opinion. J. J. B. Morgan and J. T. Morton. 
Sch & Soc 57:333-5 Mr 20 '43 

Do virtues and vices change? C. -litchell. 
Sch & Soc 57:111-12 Ja 23 '43 

Early development of social attitudes toward 
exceptional children. M. G. Colby, bibliog 
Pedagog Sem 64:105-10 Mr "44 

Education and our cultural oattern. L. Chi- 
dfster. Calif J Sec Ed 17:177-82 Mr '42 

Education in attitudes. C. Ross. J Ed 126: 
262-4 N "43 

Effect of attitudes upon reading interpreta- 
tion. R. L. McCaul, jr. bibliog f J Ed Res 
37:451-7 F '44 

Effects of instruction in cooperation on the at- 
titudes and conduct of children. B. Heise. 
bibliog $1.50: pa $1 '42 Univ. of Mich. 

Effects of the emergency on attitudes of 
f.'^cultv and students. T. R. Marsh. Chris- 
tian Ed 20:215-16 Je '43 

Evaluation of personal and social adjustment 
[mimeographed] G. V. Sheviakov and J. 
Friedberg. 2v in 1 pa $2 '39 Progressive ed. 
assn. 

Factor of attitude in associative memory. L. 
Postman and G. Murphy, bibliog Journal 
of Experimental Psychology 33:228-38 S "43 

Fascist attitudes: factor analysis of item 
correlations, i;. Stagner and E. T. Katzoff. 
bibliog Journal of Social Psychology 16:3-9 
Ag '42 

Forming attitudes. W. W. Wattenberg. (In 
National education association. Department 
of supervisors and directors of instruction. 
Americans all. p25-41) 

Further studies in attitudes, series 4-7. H. H. 
Remmers. ed. pa ser 4, 6 ea $1: ser 5. 7 ea 
75c '41-'44 Purdue univ. Division of ed. ref. 

Healthful attitudes toward health. J. W. 
Abbot, il Childh Ed 18:293-6 Mr M2 

Heart of the school. Henry Clay Frick edu- 
cational commission. 2d ed pa '42 The 
comm. 465 Union trust bldg. Pittsburgh 

Judaism's attitude toward war. A. B. Bren- 
ner. Relig Ed 38:373-8 N '43 

Methodologj' in the study of propaganda and 
attitudes relating to war. R. M. Strang, 
bibliog f Sch & Soc 54:334-9 O 18 '41 

New findings in an old world. M. Bishop. 
Tex Outl 25:52-3 Je '41 

Note on the measurement of the results of 
attitude education: an area of needed re- 
search. C. H. Patterson and M. E. L. 
Faegre. J Ed Psychol 33:469-70 S '42 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



ATTITUDES— ConHnued 

Opportunities tor democratic activities In- 
volving homo, school, and community. Q. 
Rotzol. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Kducatlon In a nation 
at war. p3-ll) 

Parent-child relalion.shlps In attitude. Q. 
Hirschbere and A. K. Gillilund. bibliog 
Journal of Abnormal and Social P.sychology 
.■i7:125-30 Ja '42 

Personality & social change. T. M. New- 
comb. $2.50 '43 Dryden 

ProbK'in of prejudice. H. W. Holmes. Sch 
& Soc 53:735-6 Je 7 '41 

Psychology underlying; the development of 
attltude.s, ideals, and appreciations neces- 
sary to the realization of our American 
dream. H. C. Armstrong. (In California 
elementary school principals' association. 
Guiding children in democratic living; 
fourteenth yearbook. p62-72) 

Reading. radio. and attitudes [mimeo- 
graphed] R. R. Lowdermllk. (Bui. no63) 
Up pa 10c '42 Evaluation of sch. broad- 
casts 

Reed poll of children's opinions. Sch & Soc 
54:118 Ag 23 '41 

Second Reed poll of children's opinions. Sch 
& Soc 55:290-1 Mr 14 '42 

Sex differences in children's attitudes to 
parents. H. Meltzer. bibliog Pedagog Sem 
82:311-21) Je '43 

Sex differences In parental preference pat- 
terns. H. Meltzer. bibliog (Character & 
Personality 10:114-28 D '41 

Sex differences in the perceptual attitudes 
of children. A. A. Rose and B. K. Stav- 
rianos. bibliog J Psychol 16:129-43 Jl '43 

Social attitudes and philosophies affecting 
public education in the dual system of 
Georgia. J. P. Brawley. bibliog f J Negro 
Ed 11:495-506 O '42 

Some sources of children's science informa- 
tion. C. Bergen, bibliog $1.75 '43 Teachers 
col: Summary. Teach Col Rec 45:57 O '43 

Student attitude as a factor in the mastery 
of commercial arithmetic. A. L. Blllig. 
Math Teach 37:170-3 Ap '44 

Study of teachers' and of mental-hygienists' 
ratings of certain behavior problems of 
children in 1927 and in 1940. J. C. Mitchell. 
J Ed Res 36:292-307 D '42 
.Study of the attitudes of some children of 
.Japanese descent toward the Chinese and 
Japanese. T. I. Kashlwa and M. E. Smith. 
Journal of Social Psychology 18:149-53 Ag 
'43 

Survey of the attitudes and activities of 
fathers. L.. P. Gardner, bibliog Pedagog 
Sem 63:15-53 S '43 

Te.achers' professional beliefs as content for 
education courses. G. E. Hill, bibliog f 
Ed .\dm & Sup 28:224-8 Mr '42 

Temporal change and sexual difference in 
moral judgments. P. Crissman. Journal of 
Social Psychology' 16:29-38 Ag "42 

We'll settle for this. Progres Ed 21:109-12-f 
Mr '44 

What this youth is thinking. B. Bradford. 
Assn Am Col B 27:670-9 D '41 
See also 

Annoyances Set (psychology) 

Likes and dislikes Social adjustment 

Opinions (psy- and development 

chology) World war. 1939— 

Race prejudice Psychological as- 

Scientlflc attitude pects 

College students 
Attitude of college students toward war. G. 

J. Dudycha. bibliog Journal of Social Psy- 
chology 15:75-89 P '42 
Attitude of college women toward physical 

activity as a means of recreation. B. Y. 

Moore, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys Ed & 

Rec Res Q 12:720-5 D '41 
Attitude of teachers college students toward 

teaching. A. H. Larsen and S. S. Marzolf. 

Ed Adm & Sup 29:434-8 O '43 
Attitudes and attitude estimates of Catholic, 

Protestant, and Jewish students. B. R. 

Sappenfleld. bibliog Journal of Social Psv- 

cholopy 16:173-97 N '42 
Attitudes of college students toward war and 

the Germans before and during the second 

World war. G. J. Dudycha. bibliog Journal 

of Social Psychology 15:317-24 Mv '42 



Attitudes on state university campuses. J. 
C. Knode. American Sociological Review 8: 
666-73 D '43 

Attitudes toward Germans, Japanese, Jews, 
and Nazis as altected by the war. H. H. 
Remmers. Sch & Soc 57:138-40 Ja 30 '43 

Attitudes toward marriage and motherhood 
of 183 college women. C. E. King. Social 
Forces 22:89-91 O '43 

Attitudes toward peace and war; V. A. 
Jones. J Higher Ed 13:5-13 Ja '42 

Change in evaluative attitudes during four 
years of college. S. Arsenian. bibliog J Ap 
INychol 27:33;(-49 Ag '43 

Change of attitude with reference to birth 
control. M. Smith. Sch & Soc 56:25-8 Jl 4 
•42 

Changes in general attitudes of women 
students during four years in college. E. 
C. Hunter, bibliog Journal of Social Psy- 
chology 16:243-57 N '42 

Changes in student attitudes. E. E. Emme. 
bibliog Phi Delta Kappan 25:109-11 Ja '43 

Church as a socializing agency. P. B. Horton. 
bibliog f J Ed Soc 15:46-54 S '41 

Comparison of freshmen and seniors in a 
liberal arts college in respect of their un- 
derstanding of social Issues. E. Cantey 
and H. K. Mull. Journal of Social P.sychoI- 
ogy 16:335-9 N '42 

Comparison of the attitudes of college men 
with the attitudes of college women In 
regard to fellowship behavior. T. M. Carter. 
Journal of Social Psychology 14:145-58 Ag '41 

Contribution of natural sciences to the de- 
velopment of attitudes. H. Branson. Q R 
Higher Ed Among Negroes 11:40-53 Ja "43 

Current trends and events in Negro educa- 
tion; study of anti-Negro prejudice. I. M. 
A. Jlyers. J Negro Ed 12:709-14 O '43 

Do students want to study foreign lan- 
guages? W. T. Phillips. Sch & Soc 56:334-5 
O 10 '42: Same. Mod Lang J 27:339-41 My 
■43; Same cond. Ed Digest 9:30-1 O '43 

Education: a path to despair or to faith? 
F. P. Gaines. Assn Am Col B 27:680-91 
D '41 

Extra-curricular program as a factor in the 
development of attitudes. E. N. Wilson. 
Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 11:25-9 Ja 
'43 

Function of the academic program in the 
development of attitudes. H. M. Bond. Q R 
Higher Ed Among Negroes 11:10-15 Ja '43 

Function of the dean in the development of 
attitudes. B. R. Brazeal. Q R Higher Ed 
Among Negroes 11:1-5 Ja '43 

Function of the registrar in the development 
of attitudes. V. B. Hamilton, bibliog f Q R 
Higher Ed Among Negroes 11:6-9 Ja '43 

How much social mindedness do NYA work- 
ers have? A. C. Payne. Sch & Soc 55: 
299-300 Mr 14 "42 

Influence of student dreads upon attitudes 
toward school subjects. W. M. Perry. J 
Exp Ed 12:48-63 S '43 

Influencing student attitudes toward reading 
and speaking. E. H. Henrikson. Mid Sch 
58:7-t- S '43 

Interests in wartime problems as expressed 
by college women. C. J. Marsh. J Psychol 
16:203-7 O '43 

Justifications for religious attitudes and 
habits. P. C. Glick and K. Young, bibliog 
Journal of Social Psycholog>- 17:45-68 F 
•43 

Mental hygiene and the development of at- 
titudes at the college level. B. W. Doyle. 
bibliog f Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 
11:34-42 Ja '43 

Nature of changes in attitudes of college 
students toward war over an eleven-year 
period. V. A. Jones, bibliog f J Ed Psychol 
33:481-94 O '42 

Note on education and international atti- 
tudes. R. Stagrner. Journal of Social Psy- 
chology 16:341-5 N '42 

Personal veilues and the direction of be- 
havior. A. D. Woodruff, bibliog t Sch R 
50:32-42 Ja '42 

Relative influence of conmiercial and liberal 
arts curricula upon changes in students' 
attitudes. K. L. Barkley. bibliog Journal of 
Social Psychologj' 15:129-44 F '42 

Religious attitudes of denominational college 
students. D. B. Gragg. Journal of Social 
Psychology 15:245-64 My '42 



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113 



ATT I T U D ES — College students — Continued 

Second report on changes in attitudes toward 
the Negro. M. Smith, bibliog f Sch & Soc 
57:388-92 Ap 3 '43 

Social beliefs of college students. A. W. Levi. 
J Higher Ed 15:127-34 Mr '44 

Some concepts and beliefs significant to the 
social sciences held by entering freshmen 
and the relation of these to scholastic ap- 
titude. L/. L,. Ralya and L,. Iv. Ralya. Social 
Forces 20:334-40 Mr '42 

Some ideological confusion among Negro col- 
lege students. M. C. Hill and T. D. Ackiss. 
J Negro Ed 12:600-6 O '43 

Some specific war-attitudes of college stu- 
dents. H. S. Conrad and R. N. Sanford. 
bibliog J Psychol 17:153-86 Ja '44 

Student aid program as it contributes to the 
development of attitudes. J. E. Cade, bib- 
liog f Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 11: 
30-3 Ja '43 

Student attitudes on marriage partners. F. 
L. Weller. Sociology and Social Research 
26:512-24 Jl '42 

Student attitudes on the world conflict. E. 
T. Katzoff and A. R. Gilliland. J Psychol 
12:227-33 O '41 

Students' attitudes toward reading and 
speaking. E. H. Henrikson. J Higher Ed 
14:325-6 Je '43 

Students' verbalized values. A. D. Woodruff. 
Relig Ed 38:321-4 S '43 

Studies of sex differences. E. B. Skaggs. 
Journal of Social Psychology 11:3-10; 14:91- 
7 F '40, Ag '41 

War attitudes in peace and war. M. Smith. 
V Sch & Soc 56:640-4 D 26 '42 

War doubts and que.«-tionings of our youth. 
G. P. Dilla. Ed Adm & Sup 29:54-7 Ja "43 

AVartime opportunities in general education: 
interpretations based upon the analysis of 
their wartime problems actually stated by 
students. R. W. Ogan. J Higher Ed 13: 
457-62-)- D '42; Same cond. Ed Digest 8:46-8 
F '43 

Wartime problems as felt by the college 
w^oman. C. J. Marsh. J Psychol 16:81-4 
Jl -43 

Wartime problems of college students. P., 
W. Ogan. J Higher Ed 14:232-6 My '43 

What the college student thinks of govern- 
ment. M. L. Fitch and H. H. Remmers. 
Journal of Social Psychology 14:187-94 Ag 
'41 

Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. C. B. Hil- 
berry. J Higher Ed 15:11-16 Ja '44 

Elementary school children 
Attitudes of elementary school children to 

school, teachers and classmates. S. Tenen- 

baum. J Ap Psychol 28:134-41 Ap '44 
Child's evaluation of democracy in his 

school. L. E. Eixler. Nat El Prin 22:488- 

92 Jl '43 
Reactions of children of different age levels 

to the war and their implications for 

teachers. P. Jeidy. Calif J El Ed 12:12-21 

Ag '43 

High school students 

Attitude of rural young people toward the 

church. L. Anderson. Relig Ed 37:34-40 Ja 

■42 
Attitudes and ideas of high-school youth In 

regard to marriage. H. H. Punke, Sch & 

Soc 56:221-4 S 12 '42 
Attitudes of high-school pupils toward the 

public press. C. Mitchell. Sch R 50:107-11 F 

■42 
Attitudes of youth toward war and peace. 

H. E. Jones and M. C. Jones. Calif J Sec 

Ed 16:427-30 N '41 
Comparison of certain attitudinal responses 

of white and Negro high school students on 

race problems. P. L. Boynton and G. D. 

Mayo. J Negro Ed 11:487-94 O '42 
Efi'ect of phonographic recordings upon atti- 
tudes. P. J. Rulon and others, bibliog f 

Harvard Ed R 14:20-37 Ja '44 
Exploring the wartime morale of high-school 

youth. L,. J. Cronbach. bibliog pa $1.25 '43 

Stanford univ. press 
Fortune survey. Fortune 26:8-10-)- N; S-lO-f 

D '42: Summary. Sch & Soc 56:460-1, 573-4 

N 14, D 12 '42; Scholastic 41:39 N 16 '42; 

39 Ja 4 '43: Sch R 51:70 F '43 
Fortune surveys vouth. A. Griffin. Progres 

Ed 20:16-19 Ja '43 



Freshman to senior. C. Mitchell. Clearing 

House 18:232-6 D '43 
Haves and the have-nots. E. Curdie. Soc 

Studies 34:172-5 Ap '43 
High school seniors think about the war and 

the peace. E. B. Bolton and M. English. 

bibliog H Sch J 26:197-209 N '43; Same 

cond. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin Bui 28:66-76 

Ap '44 
High-school staff studies pupil responsibility. 

S. M. Corey and G. J. Froehlich. Sch R 

50:568-76 O '42 
History textbooks and international attitudes. 

H. K. Orr. Soc Studies 32:254-5 O "41 
How can the teacher change attitudes? L. 

Pettingell. J Home Econ 36:80-2 F '44 
Ideas for victory. I. L. Gordon. H Points 

25:58-01 Ap '43 
In a personal vein; s>Tnposium by high 

school students. Progres Ed 19:419-21 D '42 
Influence of student dreads upon attitudes 

toward school subjects. 'VV. M. Perry. J 

Exp Ed 12:48-63 S '43 
Morale of a group of senior high-school girls. 

E. B. Bolton and M. English, bibliog 

J Psychol 17:117-35 .la '44 
Plot-completion test; for use in high schools 

by guidance counselors, school psychiatrists, 

and teachers of literature. S. I. Roody. 

J Exp Ed 12:45-7 S '43 
Pupil attitudes on the world crisis. H. Gross 

and A. H. Margolies. H Points 23:20-9 D 

■41 
Pupil-morale after one year of war. L. J. 

Cronbach. Sch & Soc 57:416-20 Ap 10 '43; 

Excerpts. Ed Digest 8:10-11 My '43 
' Record for describing attitudes and behavior 

in the high school. D. Van Alstyne. J Ed 

Res 35:276-86 D '41 
Some student attitudes toward receiving and 

giving aid on written tests and examina- 
tions. C. W. Thomasson. Peabody J Ed 19: 

417-22 Jl '41 
Stud.v of the shifting attitude of high school 

students when subjected to favorable and 

unfavorable propaganda. R. M. Bateman 

and H. H. Remmers. bibliog Journal of 

Social Psychology' 13:395-406 My '41 
Vocational objectives as revealed in For- 
tune survey. G. Wolff. Occupations 21:571- 

3 Mr '43 
What high-school youth think about certain 

economic problems of the family. H. H. 

Punke. H Sch J 27:26-9 Ja '44 
What pupils think about the issues of war 

and peace. W. C. Reavis. Sch R 51:200-1 . 

Ap '43 
What the war means to youth; symposium 

by high school students. Progres Ed 19: 

406-12 D '42 

What they think. H. H. Punke. J Home Econ 
35:642-3 D '43 

Youth thinks of the future. H. Boodish. 
Sch R 51:530-2 N '43; Same cond. Ed Di- 
gest 9:42-3 D '43 

Junior college students 
Influence of a social-studies experiment on 
student attitudes. E. L». Billings. Sch & 
Soc 56:557-60 D 5 '42 

Junior high school students 

Do junior high schools cultivate desirable 
attitudes? H. S. Tuttle. Clearing House 16: 
35-8 S '41 

Do pupils want teaching of controversial is- 
sues? R. B. Edgerton. Clearing House 18: 
332-4 F '44 

Eighth graders examine their attitudes. Sis- 
ter Mary Marione. J Ed Sociol 16:358-63 F 
'43: .Same. El Engl R 21:92-4 Mr '44 

Junior high schools influence pupil attitudes. 
H. S. Tuttle. Ed Adm & Sup 28:189-95 Mr 
•42 

Preschool children 

Psychological field as a determinant of the 
behavior and attitudes of preschool chil- 
dren. I... G. Portenier. bibliog Pedagog 
Scm 62:327-33 Je '43 

Relative significance of race, sex, and facial 
expression in choice of playmate by the 
preschool child. E. Helgerson. bibliog f 
J Negro Ed 12:617-22 O '43 



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ATTITUDES— CrmMniierf 

Research 
Some major probk-ins in the (juan I Ideation of 
social attitudes. R. N. Ford. bIblioB f J 
NVBro Ed 11:121-34 Au '42 

Teachers 

Some professional beliefs und opinions of 
secondary -school teachers. G. E. Hill. Sch 
K 49:657-67 N 41 

Teachers' opinions regarding automatic pro- 
motions. J. E. W. Wallln. Ed Adm & Sup 
29:295-306 My "43 

War attitudes of teachers. C. I. Gllcksbere. 
Am Sch Ud J 106:15-17 Mr •« 

Tests and scales 

Adolescent attitude.s. F. S. Goldsmitli and 
M. McCIanalhan. J Home Econ 31:92-6 F '42 

-\ttitude differences between Amish and 
non-Amish children attending the same 
schools. T. L. Engle and E. Engle. J Ed 
Psychol 34:206-14 Ap '43 

Attitude of central school pupils to certain 
school subjects, and the correlation be- 
tween attitude and attainment. D. Jordan, 
bibliog f Brit J Ed Psychol 11:28-44 F '41 

Attitudes of elementary school children to 
school, teachers and clas.smates. S. Tenen- 
baum. J Ap Psychol 28:134-41 Ap '44 

Attitudes toward defensive, cooperative, and 
aggressive war. D. D. D.iy and O. F. 
Quackenhush. bibliog Journal of Social Psy- 
chology 16:11-20 Ag '42 

Attitudes toward property: a genetic study 
by the paired-comparisons rating of of- 
fenses. J. C. Eberhart. bibliog Pedagog Sem 
60:3-35 Mr '42 

Attitudes toward racial segregation in Baton 
Rouge. Louisiana. E. A. Schuler. Journal 
of Social Psychology 18:33-53 Ag '43 

Changes in liberalism-conservatism of college 
students since the depression. E. L. 
Breemes and others, bibliog Journal of 
Social Psychology 14:99-107 Ag '41 

Changing attitudes in a conflict of cultures; 
based on part of a dissertation. W. S. 
Tavlor. bibliog Character & Personality 10: 
S7-10S D '41 

Comparison of delinquent and non-delinquent 
boys with respect to certain attitudes. W. 

C. Middleton and P. J. Fay. Journal of 
Social Psychology 18:155-8 Ag "43 

Comparison of methods used in attitude re- 
search. B. L. Riker. bibliog Journal of Ab- 
normal and Social Psychology 39:24-42 Ja 
'44 

Construction and evaluation of a scale to 
measure attitude toward any educational 
program. R. M. Bateraan. J Ed Res 36: 
502-6 Mr '43 

Construction of an inflrument for measur- 
ing attitudes toward desirable food prac- 
tices. G. R. Boyd, bibliog pa 50c '43 Univ. 
of Ky. 

Critical examination of the measurement of 
attitude toward war. G. J. Dudycha. bib- 
liog Journal of Social Psychologj- 18:383-92 
N '43 

Current construction and evaluation of per- 
sonality and character tests. A. B. Traxler. 
bibliog R Ed Res 14:55-66 F '44 

Effect of phonographic recordings upon atti- 
tudes. P. J. Rulon and others, bibliog f 
Han'ard Ed R 14:20-37 Ja '44 

Experiment in propaganda. B. Bode. J Adult 
Ed 13:365-70 O '41 

Further studies in attitudes, series 4. H. H. 
Remmers. ed. pa '41 Purdue univ. Division 
of ed. ref. 

Interests in wartime problems as expressed 
bv college women. C. J. Marsh. J Psychol 
16:203-7 O '43 

Isolation and measurement of nationalism. 
J-,. W. Ferguson, bibliog Journal of Social 
Psychology 16:215-28 N '42 

Measuring attitudes in the classroom. S. 
M. Corey, bibliog f El Sch J 43:467-61 Ap 
•43 

Measuring students' thinking about a presi- 
dential election. L.. J. Cronbach. Sch R 
49:679-92 N '41 
. Methodolngical problems in attitude research. 

D. D. Day. bibliog Journal of Social Psy- 
chology 14:165-79 Ag '41 



Note on the intluonce of cultural background 
on the sorting of altitude statements. D. 
E. v. Henderson, bibliog f American 
Sociological Review S:216-1S Ap '13 

Opinionaire correlates of specific vocational 
preferences. T. F. Lentz. Jr and E. F. 
Nickel. J Ap I'sychol 25:391-400. 514-23 Ag- 
O '41 

Plot-completion test; for use in high schools 
by guidance counselors, school psychiatrlsta, 
and teachers of literature. S. I. Roody. 
J Exp Ed 12:45-7 S '43 - 

Regional diffc^rences in masculinity-femininity 
responses. D. R. Disher. Journal of Social 
Psychology 15:53-61 F '42 

Scale for measuring attitude toward dependa- 
bility. G. J. Dudycha. bibliog Journal of 
Social Psychology 13:59-69 F '41 

Scale for the measurement of attitude 
toward the aesthetic value. J. B. Cohen, 
bibliog J Psychol 12:75-9 Jl '41 

Shifts in the values of opinion items. P. R. 
Famsworth. bibliog J Psychol 16:125-8 Jl 
'43 

Skeptical note on the u.«e of attitude scales 
toward war: in 1940. 1941. S. C. Ericksen. 
bibliOf,- Journal of .SociEil Psychology 16: 
229-42 N '42 

Skin color judgments of Negro college stu- 
dents. E. S. Marks. Journal of Abnormal 
and Social Psychology 38:370-6 Jl '43 

Some major problems in the quantification of 
social attitudes. li. N. Ford, bibliog t J 
Negro Ed 11:121-34 Ad '42 

Stability of the primary social attitudes. L. 
W. Ferguson, bibliog J Psychol 12:283-8 O 
•41 

Standardization of a race attitude test for 
Negro youth. E. S. Marks, bibliog Journal 
of Social Psychology 18:245-78 N '43 

Student attitudes on the world conllict. E. T. 
Katzoff and A. R. Gilliland. J Psvchol 12: 
227-33 O '41 

Study of changes in attitudes toward educa- 
tion. H. H. Remmers and others. Sch & Soc 
55:593-6 My 23 '42 

Study of racial attitudes found in four col- 
leges, including a scale to measure these 
attitudes. J. B. Holmes, bibliog f J Negro 
Ed 12:69-75 Ja '43 

Study of the Likert technique of attitude 
scale construction. L.. W. Ferguson, bibliog 
Journal of Social Psychology 13:51-7 F '41 

Studying attitudes in the classroom; some 
suggestions tor teachers in wartime. R. 
G. Kuhlen and G. G. Thompson, bibliog t 
Ed Meth 22:359-65 My '43 

Survey of recent studies in the measurement 
of personality, attitudes, and interests, of 
adolescents. W. U. Snyder, bibliog Journal 
of General Psychology 25:403-20 O '41 

Value- type generalizations test. L. TV. 
Harding, bibliog Journal of Social Psychol- 
ogy 19:53-79 F '44 

AMiat students think of family relationships. 
Z. A. Kibler. J Home Econ 34:31-2 Ja '42 

What we do in conferences. L. A. Dexter, 
bibliog f lielig Ed 36:228-33 O '41 
See also 

Thurstone attitude 
scales 
ATTLEBORO, Massachusetts 

High school 
Extracurriculum and the teacher's load. P. 
L. Garland. Clearing House 17:145-8 N '42 
ATTWATER, Donald 

Blackfriar.-;' school. Conmionweal 38:36-8 Ap 

W '4:! 
Talking to Tommy; the British army goes In 
for education. Commonweal 36:540-2 S 25 '42 
ATTWOOD. A. E. 

Reciprocal antonyms. Sch (El ed) 30:701-3 Ap 
'42 
ATWATER, Helen Woodard 
Does monev make the man? Nat Par-Teach 

36:8-10 O '41 
Saluting Helen W. Atwater. L. Bane; K. 
Baldwin; R. Van Deman. por J Home 
Econ 33:623-6 N '41 
ATWELL, Ruth Harriet 
Implications of the emergency for the sports 
program for girls and women. J Health 
^: Phys Ed 13:345-6 Je '42 



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US 



ATWOOD. Rufus Ballard 

Negro land-grant college program. Phi Delta 

Kappan 25:176-7 Ap '43 
R61e of Negro higher education in post-war 
reconstruction: the Negro land grant col- 
lege, .r Negro Ed 11:391-9 Jl '42 
ATWOOD, Wallace Walter 

Motion picture in leaching world geography. 
Ed 64:404-8 Mr '44 
ATYPICAL children. See Children, Abnormal; 

Problem children 
AUBLE, John L. See Atteberry. G. C. Jt. auth. 
AUBREY, Edwin Ewart 
Kesponsibilities of religion and education for 
future international peace. (In Chicago. 
University. Department of education. Pro- 
ceedings of the twelfth annual Conference 
for administrative officers of public and 
pri^'ate schools, p 162-73) 
AUBURN, Norman P. 
Cincinnati: industrial history. J Eng Ed 34: 
359-66 Ja '44 
AUBURN, New York 

East high school 

Flexible course in foods for 7th and 8th 
grades. V. Lee. Prac Home Econ 20:402-3-1- 
N '42 
AUDEN, Wystan Hugh 

Di.strust of language and mathematics — 
alarn:ing symptoms. Hispania 26:282 O '43 
AUDEN, Mrs Wystan Hugh. See Mann, E. 
AUDIENCES 

Consider the audience. R. M. Lewis. Sch (Sec 
ed) 29:518-20 My '41 

Speech audience affinities. E. Palzer. bib- 
liog f Sch Activities 14:254-8 Mr '43 
AUDIOMETER 

Audiometer testing. C E. Kinney. Public 
Health Nursing 33:671-5 N '41 

Ideals and standards for audiometers and 
hearing aids. N. A. Watson. Volta R 43: 
609-10 O '41 

Misusing the audiometer. M. Dunn. Volta K 
44:514-15 S '42 
AUDIO-visual education 

Addresses and forum discussions of the fifth 
annual Conference, 1941 [mimeographed] 
Southern conference on audio-visual edu- 
cation, pa SI Univ. system of Ga, Atlanta 

Addresses, demonstrations, and forum dis- 
cussions of the sixth annual Conference, 
1942 [mimeographed] Southern conference 
on audio-visual education, bibliog pa $1.25 
Univ. system of Ga, Atlanta 

Advertising is an educational key to the 
new world. J. R. Hutchinson. Nation's Sch 
31:52-f Mr '43 

Audio materials. J. B. Vasch4. Sierra Ed 
News 39:15-16 Ap "43 

Audio-visual aids. See monthly numbers of 
Nation's schools 

Audio-visual aids. E. Dale. (In National 
university extension association. Proceed- 
ings. 1942. p llS-31) 

Audio-visual aids. L. C. Larson. (In National 
university extension association. Proceed- 
ings. 1912. p 116-17) 

Audio-visual aids — a survey; observations of 
current practices in visual education de- 
partments. M. L. Molyneaux. il Ed Screen 
23:11-15. 65-8 Ja-F '44 

Audio visual aids at work in Signal corps 
training. G. C. Godbey. il Ed Screen 22:131- 
2 Ap '43 

Audio-visual aids; current developments, 
comments and suggestions. M. L. Hogan. 
ed. See monthly numbers of Virginia jour- 
nal of education November 1942- 

Audio-visuaJ aids in education. California 
school supervisors' association. Committee 
on audio-visual aids in education. Calif 
J El Ed 12:146-60 F '44 

Audio-visual aids in the schools of tomor- 
row. A. B. Roberts, il Ed Screen 23:9-10-t- 
Ja '44; Excerpts. Ed Digest 9:32-3 Mr "44 

Audio-visual aids in wartime. W. W. Free- 
man. Tex Outl 27:23-4 Ag '43 

Audio-visual aids make business education 
stick. Bus Ed World 23:613 Je '43 

Audio-visual aids pav dividends. E. Goudy 
and F. W^ Noel. Bsns Ed World 24:28-31 
S '43; Summary. Sch Manag 13:69 N '43 



Audio- visual aids: some suggestions for war- 
time. W. C. Bowen. Am Sch Bd J 106:27-8 
Mr '43 

Audio-visual education, il Sch (El ed and 
Sec ed) 31:539 F '43 

Audio-visual education conference, Los 
Angeles city schools, March 24. Ed Screen 
23:225-1- My '44 

Audio-visual ideograph method of teaching 
English language and grammar. A. I. 
Roehm. il Peabody J Ed 21:258-68 Mr '44 

Audio-visual materials tried and true. E. 
Goudy and F. W. Noel, il Bsns Ed World 
24:68-71 O '43 

Audio-visual teaching aids are essential! I. 
K. Tyler. Ed Leadership 1:55-7 O '43 

Can otir schools teach the G.I. way? W. 
Adams, il Better Homes and Gardens 22: 
20-1-t- F "44; Same. Mont Ed 20:3-5 F '44; 
Tex Outl 28:10-13 Mr '44; Same cond. Va 
J Ed 37:218-20-1- F '44; Readers Digest 44: 
46-8 Mr '44; Sch Manag 13:288-(- My '44 

Community resources pave tiie way. D. I. 
Dixon, il Ed Screen 22:47-51 F '43 

County-wide audio-visual program serves both 
.school and community. G. Alexander. 11 Ed 
Screen 21:295-7 O '42 

English language and literature: audio-visual 
and teaching aids [mimeographed] New 
Jersev. State teachers college, Montclair, 
50c; gratis N.J. only '42 The col. 

Evaluating audio-visual aids. E. Goudy and 
F. W. Noel. Bsns Ed World 24:438-41 Ap 
•44 

Full speed ahead. F. W. Noel, il Sch Execu- 
tive 63:29-31 Mr '44 

Getting maximum use of audio-visual ma- 
terials. M. E. Windle. (In American school 
and university. 1943. p205-10) 

Getting underway; the na\'y turns to training 
aids. F. W. Noel, il Sch Executive 63:29-31 
F '44 

How I use audio-visual aids in my teach- 
ing. O. Schmutz. Ky Sch J 21:13-15 Mr 
•43 

How to organize a working library of multi- 
sensory aids. E. W. Crawford. Nation's Sch 
30:50-1- N; 4S-f- D '42 

How to use audio-visual aids. E. Goudy and 

F. W. Noel, il Bsns Ed World 24:144-7, 201- 
4, 258-61. 384-7 N ■43-Ja, Mr '44 

Illustrative materials for the classroom. F. 
Bernd. See monthly numbers of Social 
studies October 1942- 

Marriage of audio-radio-visual. D. E. Doug- 
lass and R. P. Kroggel. Assn Ed Radio J 
3:7-f Mr '44 

New ways to learn faster. W. Price. Science 
Digest 15:12-16 Mr '44 

Other aids to learning. M. E. Kirk and others, 
bibliog (In National society for the study 
of education. Forty-second yearbook, pt2. 
p 176-218) 

Planned program for the use of audio-visual 
aids. N. E. Davis. Calif J El Ed 11:215-17 
F '43 

Post war implications for education in the 
audio-visual programs of our armed serv- 
ices. P. Wendt. il Ed Screen 23:153-6 Ap '44 

Radio. movie.s — short cuts to your goals. Na- 
tion's Sch 31:48 Ja '43 

Scope of audio-visual instruction. B. L. 
Westfall. il Sch & Com 27:244-7 S '41 

Sight and sound. See monthly sections of 
Scholastic 

Sight and sound in social studies. W. H. 
Hartley. See monthly numbers of Social 
education 

Sixth annual meeting of the Midwestern 
forum on audio-visual teaching aids, July 
23-24, University of Chicago. A. ^A'. Vander 
Meer. Ed Screen 22:248-t- S '43 

Speak, look, and listen. H. M. Adams and 

G. E. Murphy, comps. bibliog f pa '43 Nat. 
council of teachers of English, 211 ^V' 68th 
.St. Chicago 

Summer courses in visual and audio-visual 
education, 1944. Ed Screen 23:166, 210 Ap- 
My '44 

Third Pacific Northwest audio-visual educa- 
tion conference, Portland, .June 17-18, 1943. 
C. Reid. Ed Screen 22:259-|- S '43 

Twentieth century educational approaches 
in the use of communication. J. W. Stude- 
bakcr. Front Democ 9:172-5 Mr '43 

Use of visual and auditory aids in the CCC 
camps. H. W. Oxley. il Sch Life 26:282-3 
Je '41 



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AUDIO-visual education — Continued 

Visual aids expedite navy tralnlnR program. 
K. W. Noel. Calif J Sec Ed 19:24-7 Ja it 

Visual and other aids. It. K. Jewel t. See 
nionthlv numbers of Social studies throuKh 
May 1943 

Visual and other aids. M. P. Hunt. See 
monthly numbers of Social studies Novem- 
ber 1943- 

Vlsually speaklnpr. D. Shelley. Ariz Teach 
Parent 32:10+ Mr '44 
See also 

Lantern projection Phonograph records 

Moving pictures — Pictures 

Educational films Radio In education 

Moving pictures In Sound — Recording 
education and reproducing 

Moving pictures In Visual education 

war training pro- 
grams 

Administration 

B vitamin A-V every day as directed. D. S. 
Newcomer. Assn Ed Radio J 3:3-|- Ap '44 

School librarian and the audio-visual pro- 
gram. T. Kidd. Va J Ed 35:59 O '41 

Storage problems in audio-visual aids. G. C. 
Godbey. 11 Ed Screen 23:160-f Ap '44 

Trends In audio-visual instruction. L,. C. 
Larson, bibliog f Ed Screen 22:197-9-1- .Te 
•43: Same cond. Ed Digest 9:50-2 S '43 

Visual and sound section for a college gen- 
eral extension division. C. R. Thomas. Ed 
Screen 20:3S2 N '41 

Bibliography 
Basic reading list for students of audio-visual 
education. M. E. Townes and E. Schneider, 
comps. Ed Screen 21:187 My '42 

Research 
Experimental research in audio-visual educa- 
tion. D. J. Goodman, ed. See numbers of 
Educational screen September 1941- 

Teacher training 
Summer courses in visual and audio-visual 

instruction, 1941 (cont) Ed Screen 20:260 

Je '41 
Summer courses in visual and audio-visual 

instruction, 1942. Ed Screen 21:145-6, ISC-f- 

Ap-My '42 
Summer courses in visual and audio-visual 

instruction, 1943. Ed Screen 22:138-9, 175, 

218 Ap-Je '43 
Teacher education: when do we start? E. 

Dale. Ed Screen 23:200-1 My '44 

Colleges and universities 
Audio-visual materials. E. Dale. (In Insti- 
tute for administrative officers of higher 
Institutions. Proceedings, 1941. p 129-36) 

Elementary schools 
~ Audio-visual aids for the language arts. H. 

M. Adams, bibliog f il El Engl R 20:257- 

64 N '43 
Audio-visual enrichment of the curriculum. 

A. C. Chandler, il Ed Screen 21:8-9-1- Ja 

■42 
Super\Msion of visual education program in 

elementary schools. E. S. Thurman. Sch & 

Com 27:262-3 S '41 

Arizona 
Status of audio-visual aids in Arizona 
schools. W. D. Smith. 11 Ariz Teach Par 
30:13-14 Ja '42 

Virginia 
Virginia's new audio-visual program. J. W. 
Brown, map Va J Ed 35:6-7 S '41 
AUDITING 
Fraternity auditing service. W. E. Smith. J 
Higher Ed 13:305-13 Je '42 

Textbooks 

Auditing theory and its application. A. W. 
Hanson. $4 '42 McGraw-Hill 
AUDITION. See Hearing 
AUDITORIUM activities. See Assemblies 

AUDITORIUMS 

At no extra cost. P. F. Nocka. II plan Na- 
tion's Sch 30:30-1 Ag '42 

Auditorium that serves three schools. A. J. 
Maxwell, jr. il plan Nations Sch 33:40 Ja 
'44 



Darkening the school auditorium. B. O. Cully. 

Kd Screen 21:319 O '42 
Springfield's new auditorium. H. P. Study 
and W. B. Ittner, Inc, architects. 11 plans 
Soh Executive 60::t9-41 Ag '41 
Transforming the church school auditorium. 
J. R. Scotford. 11 Int J Rellg Ed 19:12-13 
Ap '43 
See also 
Acoustics, Architec- 
tural 
Assemblies 
AUDITORY perception. See Hearing 
AUDITORY span. See Memory 
AUDITORY tests. See Audiometer; Hearing- 
Testing 
AUDITORY tests of Intelligence 
See nlao 
Stump auditory group 
tests 
AUDRIETH, Ludwig Frederick, and Copley, 
M. J. 
Gram electron. J Chem Ed 18:373-4 Ag '41 
AUER, J. Jeffery 

Tom Corwin: king of the stump, bibliog f 
Q J Speech 30:47-65 F '44 
AUERBACH, A. J. 
Indoor obstacle course. J Health & Phys 
Ed 14:160-1 Mr '43 
AUERBACH, Aline Sophie Buchman (Mrs How- 
ard L. Auerbach) 
New light on mother-child relationships; re- 
port on War and children, by A. Freud 
and D. T. Burlingham. Child Study 21:13- 
15 N '43 
Youth takes its part. Child Study 19:119- 
20-f Je '42 
— and Sternau, H. Q. 

Hoots in the past. Child Study 20:8-9-1- N 
•42 
AUERBACH, Mrs Howard L. See Auerbach, 

A. S. B. 
AUFDERHEIDE, Helen 

Domestication of the horse. Sch Sci & Math 
42:524-8 Je '42 
AUGHINBAUGH, Barnet Asbury 

Film mutilation and insurance protection. Ed 
.Screen 22:52 F '43 
AUGUSTANA college and theological semi- 
nary, Rock Island, Illinois 
Swedisli contribution to American education. 
C. J. I. Bergendoff. Assn Am Col B 27: 
486-91 O '41 
AUGUSTINE, Saint, bp of Hippo 
St Augustine and modern methods of teach- 
ing religion. L. A. Rongione. bibliog t Cath 
Ed R 40:594-602 D '42 
AUGUSTUS, emperor of Rome 
Augustus and ills associates. L. R. Shero. 
Class J 37:)>7-93 N '41 
AULETA, Michael S. 

Plan for the elementary laboratory school 
within the teacher-training institutions. 
Ed Adm & Sup 29:561-8 D '43 
AURAL training. See Ear training 
AURNER, Clarence Ray 
Things were different in the early days of 
the State association. Mid Sch 57:48-9 O '42 
AURORA, Missouri 

Public schools 
Guidance practices used in the Aurora pub- 
lic schools. J. W. Gllliland. Sch & Com 
27:291-4 O '41 
AUSMAN, John G. See A'an Duzee, R. R. Jt. 

aulh. 
AUSPITZ, Hedwig 
Teachers of English; a common language. 
Times Ed Sup 1508:148 Mr 25 '44 
AUSTIN, A. B. 
War and the school board's responsibility. 
Am Sch Bd J 104:38 Je '42 
AUSTIN, Agnes Sutton. See Belts, E. A. Jt. 

auth. 
AUSTIN, Everett Lewis 

Visual aids in classroom instruction. Ag Ed 
Mag 16:47-l- S '43 
AUSTIN, James M. 
Aviation meteorolog>-. Sch Scl & Math 43: 
62-6 Ja '43 



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117 



AUSTIN, Minnesota 

High school 
Monday through Friday— a noon hour pro- 
gram. E. Schroeder and E. Silvernagle. il 
Minn J Ed 23:114-15 N '42 
AUSTIN, Texas 

Southeast Austin elementary school 
All classrooms north-lighted in Texas school, 
il Architectural Record 91:72-3 Mr '42 

AUSTRALIA 

Australia, base of allied nations in south- 
west Pacific. C. M. Zierer. Ed 63:282-7 Ja 
■43 

See also 

Geography — Aus - 
tralia 

Army 
Education 

Australian soldiers' education. Times Ed Sup 

1360:240 My 24 '41 
Educational opportunities for Australian 

soldiers. C. Turnbull. Sch & Soc 58:54 Jl 

24 '43 
News from Australia: developments in the 

army education service. Times Ed Sup 

1458:171 Ap 10 '43 

Diplomatic and consular service 
Training future diplomats. Ed Vic 2:7 Ag 
16 '43 

Native races 
Australian natives' sand pictures; ceremonial 
sacred paintings by the Warramungas. P. 
J. deLemos. il Sch Arts 43:84-5 N '43 

Units of work 

Australia. A. C. Fuller, il Grade Teach 60: 
46-7-f F '43 

Australia — the land down under. L. G. Harris 
and others, bibliog il Instr 51:41-8 S '42 
AUSTRALIAN council for educational research 

Annual report 1941-42. Times Ed Sup 1447:40 
Ja 23 '43 

Australian council for educational research. 
Times Ed Sup 1392:4 Ja 3 '42 

Educational studies and investigations. 240p 7s 
6d '40 Melbourne univ. press 

Future of education; no. 2. A plan for Aus- 
tralia. 32p 6d '43 The council, 147 Collins st, 
Melbourne C 1, Victoria; Summary. Times 
Ed Sup 1491:568 N 27 '43 

Probation for juvenile delinquents. 51p pa 
50c '41 Stechert 

Twelfth-thirteenth annual reports, 1941-1942, 
1942-1943. 2nos 43;39p pa '42-'43 The coun- 
cil. 147 Collins st, Melbourne C 1, Victoria 
AUSTRIA 

Annexation by Germany 

Youth in Austria; six years of occupation. 
Times Ed Sup 1506:124 Mr 11 '44 
AUTHORITY 

Authority and freedom in the education of 
children. S. M. Gruenberg. Childh Ed 20: 
403-7 My '44 

Conception of authority. K. D. Benne. bib- 
liog J2.65 '43 Teachers col; Summary. 
Teach Col Rec 45:348-50 F '44 

Educational functions of freedom and au- 
thority. Times Ed Sup 1400:104 F 28 '42 
AUTHORS 

Scholar as teacher. C. E. Crawford, bibliog f 
Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 9:117-20 
Jl "41 

To bool<s through their authors. H. L. 
Stump. Engl J 31:489 Je '42 
AUTHORS, Educational 

Anonymous textbook writers. J. A. Nietz. 
Sch & Soc 59:289-92 Ap 29 '44 

New contributor. W. C. Ruediger. Sch & Soc 
56:380-2 O 24 '42 
AUTHORS, Spanish 

Grub Street in Spain. P. P. Rogers, bibliog f 
Hispania 25:39-48 F '42 
AUTHORS and patrons 

Literary figures in the medieval civil service. 
J. Heenan. bibliog f Soc Studies 34:124-7 
Mr '43 



AUTHORSHIP 
A A . . . teacher of English teachers. A. 

Abbott. $1 '41 Teachers col. 
Conserving spiritual values in this crisis. E. 

Newman. Q J Speech 29:281-3 O '43 
How to write. M. G. Phillips. Prac Home 

Econ 19:426-f-: 20:18-f-, 54-}- D '41-F '42 
Redlands movement. L. E. Nelson. Saturday 

Review of Literature 26:16-17 O 30 '43 
Unaccustomed as I am. . . '. G. Schwamm. 

Clearing House 18:42-4 S '43 
Unbiased economics in the public schools. H. 

Kyrk. (In Chicago. University. School of 

business. New economic education at the 

secondary level. p25-36) 
Undergraduate writer as writer. R. P. Black- 

mur. Col Engl 3:251-64 D '41 
Wliite isle: writing for children. C. D. P. 

Snedeker. bibliog il El Engl R 18:206-7-[- 

O '41 
See also 
Fiction — Technique 
Technical writing 

Collaboration 
Homer's wink. H. W. Hastings. Col Engl 
5:149-52 D '43 
AUTISM 

Effects of reward and punishment on percep- 
tion. H. Proshansky and G. Murphy. J Psy- 
chol 13:295-305 Ap '42 
AUTOBIOGRAPHY 
Autobiography and education. F. Lilge. bib- 
liog f Harvard Ed R 14:59-66 Ja '44 
Autobiography in a new guise. M. Sobotka. 

Engl J 30:663-4 O '41 
Evaluation of student autobiography as an 
aid in the guidance program. G. G. Starr. 
Ed 63:40-7 S '42 
My Topsies. N. Clift. il Nat Ed Assn J 32: 

105-6 Ap '43 
Needs of teachers as shown in autobiog- 
raphies. P. M. Symonds. J Ed Res 36:662- 
77 My '43 
Writing an autobiography. R. Crouse. Engl 
J 33:264-5 My '44 
AUTOMATIC promotions. See Promotions — 

Students 
AUTOMECHANICS shops 

Equipment and supplies 
Automotive equipment, tools, and supplies. 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:74A-t- Mr '42; 
Same. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:36A-|- Mr '43; 
Same. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:40A-f Mr '44 
Laboratory equipment for auto-electrical 
work. L. S. Wood, il diag Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 30:395 N "41 
AUTOMOBILE accidents. See Accidents 

AUTOMOBILE driving 

Drive economically. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 
272 S '42 

Phvsics of automobile driving. C. R. Foun- 
tain, diags Am J Physics 10:322-7 D '42 

Safety education needs met mathematically. 
M. "Beckman. Sch Sci & Math 41:810-14 D 
'41 

Save a life for the war effort. H. L. Kugler. 
Ag Ed M 15:178 Mr '43 

Should one stop or turn in order to avoid an 
automobile collision? S. Chapman, diags Am 
J Physics 10:22-7 F '42 

Starting an automobile on a slippery road. 
C. O. Williamson. Am J Physics 11:160 
Je '43 

Vitalizing Junior high school mathematics 
for non -college students. M. Rogers. Math 
Teach 35:349-59 D '42 
See also 

Automobile me- 
chanics 

Outlines, syllabi, etc. 

Outline of safe driving course. C. R. Lind- 
strom. il Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:378-80 N 
•41 

Teachers' manuals 

Driver education and training manual for 
high school teachers. American automobile 
association, pa '40 The assn, Pennsylvania 
av. at 17th st, Washington. D.C. 

Teacher's manual designed for use with Man 
and the motor car. K. N. Beadle, rev ed 
pa 15c "41 Nat. conservation bur. 



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AUTOMOBILE driving— ConHnued 
Teaching 
Aniiv driver training. H. H. Pence. Ind Arts 

^^i Voc I'M 32:3G7 N '43 
l>river trniiiiii^ procedure. K. N. Beadle. 

pa l.'ic '3D Nat. conservation bur. 
Pre-induction course in driver education 

is.sued. Ed Vic 1:4 F 1 '43 
l*reinduction training in driver education. 

Kd Vic 2:17-18 .11 15 '43 
Present-day practices in driver education 

and training in high schools. A. E. Ney- 

hart. (In Pennsylvania. University. School 

of education. Education In a nation at 

war. P253-67) 
Research in driver-training. A. R. Lauer. Sch 

& Soc 53:677-9 My 24 '41 
Safety education in driver training. H. R. 

Danford. 11 J Health & Phys Ed 14:3224- 

Je '43 
Training In.stitute In preinductlon driver 

education. Ed Vic 2:16 O 15 '43 
Training new drivers. American automobile 

association. Safety and trafllc engineering 

department. 2d rev ed pa '40 The assn. 

Pennsylvania av. at 17th st, Washington. 

D.C. 
AVhat about driver training in California? 

O. A. Engstrom. Calif J Sec Ed 17:475-6 

D '42 
Why have driver education? I. G. Nevins. 

Ed Digest 7:28-9 .■\p '42 

Tests and scales 

Driver testing devices for use in driver 
education and training, pa '41 N.Y. univ. 
Division of general ed. Center for safety 
ed. S 5th av, N.V. and Nat. conserva- 
tion bur. 

Getting results through safety education: 
guides to teachers conducting driver edu- 
cation courses in high school.s. National 
conservation bureau. Education division, 
pa Tlie bur. 
AUTOMOBILE insurance. See In.surance. Auto- 
mobile 
AUTOIVIOBILE mechanics 

Auto mechanics and auto safety. O. H. 
Schaefer. bibliog Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:122- 

5 Mr '44 

Pre-induction vocational training in auto 

mechanics; a sup. to the bul. PIT-330. 

United States. War department. (PIT-331) 

17p pa '43 Supt. of doc. 
Progress records for the automobile shop. 

L. Brown and D. L.. Downing. Ind Arts & 

Voc Ed 32:7SA-1- Mr '43 

Projects 
Dual control for 1940 Buick. R. S. Linden- 
meyer. diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:62-4 F 
'42 

Teaching methods 
Method of teaching auto mechanics. H. C. 
Sevmour and C. Sands, il plans Ind Arts 
<S- Voc Ed 32:194-8 My '43 

Tests and scales 
Auto-mechanics test. M. Schrag. Ind Arts 

6 Voc Ed 31:248-9 Je '42 
AUTOMOBILE tires. See Tires, Automobile 
AUTOMOBILE trailers 

Why not build a trailer? L. B. Pollom. 11 
Ag Ed M 15:152 F '43 
AUTOMOBILES 

Cost of operation 
What does it cost to own and operate an 
automobile? G. C. Montgomery. Math Teach 
35:15-17 Ja '42 

Rationing 

Instructions to chief state school officers 
relative to the rationing of chassis for 
.■school buses. Calif Sch 13:127-33 Je '42 

OPA changes in automobile rationing regu- 
lations. Ed Vic 1:4 S 1 '42 

Units of work 
Automobiles and gasoline. E. Z. Schwartz, 
bibliog il Grade Teach 60:40-l-f Je '43 
AUTUMN 
Tracing the footsteps of autumn: an educa- 
tional experiment. J. H. Kemler. J Geog 
41:234-7 S '42 



AUTY, R. A. 

English and the Norwood report. J Ed Lon- 
don 70:174 Ap '44 
AUXILIARY classes. See Ungraded classes 
AUXINS 

llydroponics and auxins. J. E. Coe. bibliOK 

Sch Sci S: .Math 41:629-37 O '41 
AVDIEV, Vsevolod 
Teaching of ancient history in the USSR In 

wartime. I'M 64:500-8 Ap '44 
AVERILL, Mrs Esther (Cunningham) 

Book week, November 15-21: promotion ideas. 

Clearing House 17:104-6 O '42 
AVERILL, Lawrence Augustus 
Civilian morale and mental health. Sch & 

Soc 57:109-74 F 13 '43 
Wh.it is the war doing to Europe's children? 

10.1 Forum i::211-5 Mr '42 
AVERY, Curtis E. 
Adult in classes in literature. Col Engl 3: 

271-9 D '41 
AVERY, Eula, and others 

Social growth through participation. (In 

National education association. Department 

of supervisors and directors of in.structlon. 

Mental health in the classroom; thirteenth 

yearbook, p 198-209) 
AVERY, Faith B. 
Our sister continent, bibliog Grade Teach 

Gl:42-3-f Ja '44 
AVERY, Grace 

Wonderful change; plav. Am Childh 27:21-2 

:\Iy '42 
AVERY, Ralph H. 
Be a good citizen; posters. Instr 51:32 Mr; 

27 Ap; 24 My '42 
Be .1 good soldier; poster. Instr 51:27 S '42 
Constitution posters. Instr 50:30 Je; 30 S; 30 

O; 51:31 N '41; 21 Ja; 33 F: 26 Mr; 30 S: 

34 O; 52:34 N: 22 D '42: 29 Ja; 43 F; 46 

Mr: 37 Ap: 40 My; 37 Je '43 
Health poster. In.str 51:20 Mv '42 
Plan time for work and play; poster. Instr 

51:37 N '41 
Po.«ter for June. Instr 51:24 Je '42 
Take care of your possessions; poster. Instr 

50:37 O '41 
Vacation poster. Instr 50:24 Je '41 
AVEY, Albert Edwin 

Logic: covert or overt. J Higher Ed 15:231-5 

My '44 
AVIATION 

Air-conditioned arithmetic. M. Cook. Sch 

Executive 62:33 D '42 
Air-conditioning America and the schools. 

B. D. Wood. (In National conference of 

college and university presidents. Higher 

education and the war. p 129-32); Excerpts. 

Sch Executive 61:27 Mr '42 
Air world geography. N. L. Engelhardt, Jr. 

Ed 64:413-19 Mr '44 
Aviation, a challenge to high school geog- 
raphy teachers. G. R. CJraham. bibliog 

J Geog 40:249-54 O '41 
Aviation mathematics. L. Moore. H Points 24: 

31-4 S '42 
Does aviation have a place in the school 

shop? J. W. Giachino. Ind Arts cSt Voc Ed 

31:285 S '42 
Elementary science program for the air age. 

E. P. Powers. Sch Sci & Math 44:315-19 

.\p '44 
Foreign languages and aviation. T. Hue- 

bener. Mod I>ang J 27:271-3 Ap '43 
Future for aviation. R. D. Speas. Ed 63:117- 

20 O '42 
Geography for the air age. K. C. T. Whltte- 

more. I'nap N Y State Ed 30:173-5-1- D '42 
Geotrraphv in the air age. L. M. Smuck. 

maps Biltimore B Ed 20:24-8 S '42 
History of aviation. P. M. Branley. il Grade 

Teach 61:14-f- Mr '44 
Mathematics for the air age. F. L. Lobdell. 

il N Y St.ite Ed 30:17C-7-(- D '42 
Mathematics in an air conditioned civiliza- 
tion. W. D. Reeve. Math Teach 35:132-4 Mr 

'42: Same cond. Ed Digest 7:42-3 An '42 
Mathematics needed in aviation. M. L. 

Hartung. bibliog Progres Ed 19:387-91 N 

'42 
Mathematics of aviation. E. A. Beito. Math 

Teach 34:305-8 N '41 
Mathematics problems in aviation. L. Moore. 

H Points 24:29-33 F '42 



EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



119 



AVIATION— ContiWMed 

US na\'y films on aviation. Ed Vic 2:28 D 
15 '43 

What our enemies think of the value of 
foreign languages in the air age; a con- 
densation of an article entitled The mod- 
ern languages in the service of German 
air efficiency, which appeared in Luft- 
fahrt und schule (November 193S. Berlin) 
T. Huebener. tr. Hispania 26:193-4 My '43 

Women are welcome — in aviation. Ed Vic 
1:22-4 .Te 1 "43 

Youth takes to the air. E. Bateman. il Grade 
Teach 61:4S-9-f- F '44 
See also 

Aeronautics Radio aids to avia- 

Alr transportation tion 

Altitude flying 

Stratosphere flights. L. R. Welch. Sch Sci 
& Math 44:161-3 F '44 

'' Bibliography 

Air training: a booklist for the Air training 
corps and for school libraries. F. W. 
"W^eatherill, comp. 6d '42 Lib. assn. School 
lib. section, Chaucer house, Malet pi, Lon- 
don 

Aviation and English. Minn J Ed 23:186 Ja 
'43 

Bibliography on aviation. Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin Bui 27:17-21 D '43 

Recent aviation book.s for high-school use. 
Ed Vic 1:15 O 15; 15 N 2; 20 N 16 '42 

Medical aspects 

Aviation biologj'. L. R. Krasno. Sch Sci 
& Math 44:393-7 My '44 

Aviation medicine in the education of aero- 
nautical engineer.?. J. D. Akerman. J Eng 
Ed 33:392-54- Ja '43 

Social and industrial aspects 
Adjustment to the air age. J. D. Hull. Sch 

it Soc 56:73-5 Jl 25 '42 
Air age and education. N. L. Engelhardt. 

Ed 63:67-79 O '42 
Air age and teacher education. L. R. Gregory. 

Ed 63:86-90 O '42 
Air age — in hand-made lantern slides. A. V. 

Gale, il Ed Screen 22:101 Mr '43; Same. 

Neb Ed J 23:158 My^43 
Airplane changes our geography. E. F. 

Caliandro. bibliog f Soc Ed 6:354-8 D '42 
Aviation and the post-war world. E. T". K. 

FYadkin. Am Assn Univ Women J 36:10-14 

O '42 
Education for the air-minded. G. D. Stod- 
dard. Jlid Sch 57:258-9-1- My '43 
Educators look into the air age. N. L. 

Engelhardt. Ed Forum 7:45-9 N '42 
Social changes in the air age — in hand-made 

lantern slides. A. V. Gale, il Ed Screen 

22:174 My "43 
Social studies teacher and the air age. H. 

Bartlett. Ed 63:105-10 O '42 

Teaching 
See Aeronautic education: Aviators — 
Training 

Terminology 
Air vocabulary of 100 words. T. Huebener. 

Mod Lang J 27:353-5 My '43 
Air vocabulary of 100 words in Spanish and 
Portuguese. R. Rosaldo. Mod Lang J 28: 
155-8 F '44 

Units of work 
Aviation. E. K. Baker, il Grade Teach 61: 

16-17 S '43 
Aviation. Maine. Aroostook state normal 

school. Faculty, bibliog il Grade Teach 60: 

52-3-1- O '42 
Aviation unit for primary grades. M. B. 

Howell. Instr 52:26 iMr '43 
Elementary science meets the air age. B. P. 

Powers. Sch Sci & Math 43:554-9 Je '43 
English unit on aviation. E. L. Rose and 

M. H. Davis, bibliog Engl J 32:126-32 Mr 

•43 
Off we go: an airplane unit for kindergar- 
ten. V. Carper, bibliog il Neb Ed J 23:162- 

3 My '43 
Second-grade pupils study aviation — and grow 

in citizenship. M. Fliegner. Nat El Prin 

22:298-9 Jl "43 



Germany 

Fly for your lives. R. H. Hinckley, il Col- 
lier's 109:14-15-f Ap 25 '42 

United States 

Fly for your lives. K. H. Hinckley, il Col- 
lier's 109:14-15-1- Ap 25 '42 
AVIATION education research project 

Education for the air age; a preliminary state- 
ment for teachers and school administrators. 
2d ed 2op bibliog pa '42 The project, 525 
W 120th St, N.Y. 

Preliminary suggestions for colleges offering 
teaclier education program for pre-flight 
aeronautics and aviation education [mimeo- 
graphed] 23p '42 The project, 525 W 120th 
St, N.Y. 

Social education in the air age. W. Hab- 
berton. bibliog Soc Studies 33:317-18 N 
'42 

AVIATION lore 
Gremlin myth. C. Massinger. J Ed Sociol 17: 

359-67 F '44 
AVIATION mechanics. See Airplane mechanics 
AVIATION schools 
Aviation moves in. G. H. Parkes. il map 

plans Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:145-7 Ap '44 
Flying Carls. Time 39:38 An 20 '42 
They call it Thunderbird field. G. Griffith and 
C. L. Block, il Saturday Evening Post 214: 
19-1- My 2 ''42 
Three West Coast air schools: Thunder- 
bird, Cal-Aero and Boeing, il plans Archi- 
tectural Forum 75:lS4-7 S '41 
See ulso 
Aeronautic education Pennsylvania. State 
Hawthorne school school of aero- 

of aeronautics, nautics, Harrisburg 

Orangeburg, South 
Carolina 

Directories 

Aviation's school directory. Aviation 41:222-1- 
F '42 

1941 bluebook of aviation schools, pa 25c '41 
Southern flight. Dallas 
AVIATORS 

Loss of hearing by airplane pilots. C. Fire- 
stone. Volta R 45:712-1- D '43 

Spanish for U.S. airmen to aid Latin Amer- 
ican relations. P. S. Kerr. Ed 62:248-50 D 
'41 

Training 

Academic pre-training for aviation cadets. 
B. K. Yount. American Mathematical 
Monthly 49:274-6 Ap '42; Same. Sch Sci 
& Math 42:577-9 Je '42 

Air training in Arizona schools. D. F. Stone, 
il Ariz Teach Par 31:8-9-f O '42 

Arizona's Hying Chinese. Shih Yung Wang, 
il Travel 80:14-15 F '43 

AAFSAT, Army air forces school of applied 
tactics, school for Luftwaffe tamers. S. 
Shalett. il New York Times Magazine pS- 
9+ Jl 25 '43 

Aviation training in colleges and universities. 
R. M. Stewart. Assn Am Col Bui 30:32-40 
Mr '44 

Civil aeronautics administration; opportunity 
foi* men 18 to 37 in new CPT program. Ed 
Vic 1:15 Ag 15 '42 

CAA to give pilot training to high-schoo' 
students; initiation of experimental pro- 
gram approved. Ed Vic 1:13 Je 1 '42 

Civil pilot training and national defense. B. 
A. Shields. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 26: 
149-51 Ap '42 

Civilian pilot training courses. H. W. Barlow. 
(In Central association of university and 
college business officers. Minutes of thirty- 
second meeting, 1942. p 106-11) 

CPT operator gives scholarships, il Aviation 
41:239 S '42 

Civilian pilot training program, E. F. 
Smellie. (In National university extension 
association. Proceedings, 1942. p47-52) 

Civilian pilot training program intensified. 
Ed Vic 1:15 S 1 '42 

Educational preparation for aviation train- 
ing. F. R. Moulton. (In Ainerican council 
of science teachers. Science teacher; year- 
book supplement, 1942, p5-6-)-) 

Flight training for high-school students. Ed 
Vic 1:14 Ag 1 -42 



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AVIATORS — Tralnliie — Continued 
High schools to train air pilots. Vu J Ed 

35:311 Ap •<I2 
I registered 500 for army pre-fllBht. W. S. 

Hoffman. Am Assn Col Reg J 111:79-87 O '43 
Junior aviation. H. lilrcher. (In l*ennsylvania. 

University. School of education. Education 

in a nation at war. p267-71) 
Keep 'em flying. Sch it Soc 54:85-6 Ag 9 "41 
Making a glider pilot. O. A. Hankammer. 

Ind Arts & Voc Kd 32:225-0 Jv '43 
Mexico high school offers flight training. 

I. Franklin. 11 Sch & Com 28:244-|- S '42 
Navy pilots must .swim. J. A. Torney. Jr. 

J Health & Phy.s Ed 13:583+ D '42 
Notes on mathematics for the air force. J. 

T. Jenkins. Sch (Sec ed) 31:142-4 O '42 
Operators solve problems of expanding air 

forces. W. D. Strohmeler. 11 Aviation 41: 

235-6-t- S '42 
Physical education for fledgling fliers. M. D. 

Sell, il J Health & Phys Ed 13:288-9 My '42 
Pilot training program, map Jun Col J 

12:164-5 N '41 
Planning for the navy's training films. R. 

Bell. Calif J Sec Ed 19:28-30 Ja '44 
Pre-aviation-cadet training in high schools. 

United States. Office of education. (Leaf- 
let no62) 17p pa 5c '42 Supt. of doc. 
Pre-training of aviators. Science 95;.sup 10 

Mr 13 '42; Same. Science News Letter 41: 

163 Mr 14 '42 
Summer pilot program. Jun Col J 12:100-1 

O '41 
Training for defense of the Americas. K. E. 

McNaughton. (In American association of 

school administrators. Official report, 1942. 

p 166-72) 
Training 45,000 civilian pilots in the colleges. 

R. Wright. Sch & Soc 53:671-3 My 24 '41 
Training military pilots. C. H. Gale. Tale 

Review ns31 no3:477-91 [Mr] '42 
Undergraduates of the R.A.F. full members 

of their university. 11 Times Ed Sup 1364: 

288 Je 21 "41 
U.S. navy establishes new operational train- 
ing aviation bases. Ed Vic 1:8 JI 1 '42 
U.S. navy pre-flight training program. See 

bi-weekly nuinbers of Education for victory 

September 1, 1942- 
Tou can learn to fly over the week end. 

G. H. Copeland. il American Magazine 

133:35-t- Ap '42 
See also 
Aeronautic education 
Aviation scliools 
AVOCADOS 

Avocado.? — hi.storv, cultivation and use. M. 

P McMillin. 11 Prac Home Econ 20:57-|- 

F '42 
AVOCATIONAL education. See Adult educa- 
tion; Leisure 
AVOCATIONS. See Hobbies 
AWARDS. See Rewards and prizes 
AWKWARDNESS 
What is clumsiness? T. H. Pear, bibliog f 

Brit J Ed Psychol 11:99-108 Je '41 
AXELRATH, Frances 
Hansel and Gretel and the talking trees; 

Spring is in the air! plays. Grade 'Teach 

61:28 My '44 
AXELSON, Alfhild J. 

New trends in school nursing. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education 

Education in a nation at war. p373-9) 

—and Weber, S. J. 
Healthful living in Lincoln school. Childh 
Ed 18:297-300-f- Mr '42 
AXIS nations 
Nature of our enemies. B. C. Kollman. Mid 

Sch 58:164-1- F '44 
What should we tell our students about the 
axis? L. Covcllo. Ed Digest 9:15-16 Ja '44 
AXLEY, Katharine H. 

Tots tune up. Ed Mus M 22:13-}- N '42 
AXLINE, Virginia Mae 

Morale on the school front, bibliog J Ed Res 
37:521-33 Mr '44 
AXTELLE, George Edward 

Here is the future and it works. Front Democ 

8:118-20 Ja '42 
Organized labor and public interest, por Ain 
Teach 28:6-8 Mr '44 



AVARS, George W. 

Training of leaders In the colleges for the 
public schools and colleges. (In College 
physical education association. Forty-sixth 
annual proceiding.s, 1942. p 14-16) 
AYDELOTT, Martha Sue 

Chomurgy a factor in national defense, bib- 
liog Sch Scl & -Math 43:27-31 Ja '43 

Research in pure science, a factor in national 
defense, bibliog Sch Scl & Math 41:758-60 
N '41 
AVDELOTTE, Frank 

American traditions and world problems. Sch 
Ai Soc 56:57-60 JI 18 '42 

Breaking the academic lock step: the devel- 
opment of honors work In Atnerlcan col- 
leges and universities. 183p J2.50 '44 Har- 
per 

Liberal knowledge and exact scholarship. (In 
Iowa state college of agriculture and me- 
chanic arts. Outlook for graduate study. 
P33-41) 

Adventure In education. Swarthmore college. 

bibliog $2.50 '41 Macmillan 
Portrait 

Time 42:60 Ag 9 '43 
Swarthmore under Frank Aydelotte. B. G. 
Carter. Assn Am Col B 28:316-19 My '42 
AVER, Fred Carleton 
What about spelling? Tex Outl 26:27-8 Ja; 
41 F '42 
AVER, James Warren 
School budgets for a city of 25,000. Nation's 
Sch 32:35 N '43 
AYERS, Thomas L. 

Agricultural planning for defense, por Ag Ed 
M 14:184-5-f Ap '42 
AYLWARD, Stephen Benson 
Chemi-st helps the catechlst. America 66:400 
Ja 17 '42 
AYRES, Bess Samuel 
Easter song. Grade Teach 59:12 Ap '42 
Easter welcome song. Grade Teach 59:12 

Ap '42 
Thanksgiving; song. Grade Teach 60:12 N "42 
AYRES, Edmund Dale 
Absorbing adventure in tackling the intangi- 
bles of personality. J Eng Ed 32:538-41 Mr 
'42 • 

(ed) Engineering economy notes. J Eng Ed 
33:735-6 My '43 

AYRES, Harold 

Principles of violin playing. (In Music teach- 
ers national association. Proceedings, 1941. 
P359-62) 
AYRES, John C. 
Art appreciation broadcasts. Calif J El Ed 
11:218-20 F '43 
AYRES, John M. 

Lathe panel. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:401-2 N 
'41 
AYRES, L. Y. and Roduner, Kenneth 
Adolescent voice ranges and materials pub- 
lished for adolescent voices. (Univ. of Ore. 
Monographs. Studies in ed. no 1) 50p 35c 
'42 Univ. of Ore. 
A2EVEDA, Sister Mary. See Mary Azeveda, 

Sister 
AZEVEDO, Luiz Heitor Correa de. See Corr6a 

de Azevedo. L. H. 
AZHAR university, Cairo 
AI Azhar university. J Ed London 74:498 N 
'42 
AZORES 
Azores, the transatlantic cable crossroads. 
Sch Scl & Math 43:799 D '43 
AZORIN, pseud. See Martinez Ruiz. J. 



B 



BAADE, Henrietta Tessin, and Locke, A. F. 

Information, please . . . about Latin-Amer- 
ica. Sierra Ed N :!9:2-3 S '43 
BABBITT, Irving 
Irving Babbitt, man and teacher. P. H. 
Houston. Personalist 24:395-401 O '43 



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121 



BABBITT, James Addison „ ■ ,. o 

R Tait McKenzie — a tribute. J Health & 
Phys Ed 15:56+ F '44 
BABBITT, Waveline 
I teach homemaking in West Africa, por 
Prac Home Econ 19:381+ N '41 
BABCOCK, Chester D. 
Forgotten credits: a suggestion on wartinie 
acceleration. Clearing House 17:173-4 N 
'42 
Vocational information workshop in high 
school. Occupations 20:182-3 D '41; Same. 
Ed Digest 7:6-8 Ja '42 
— See Sleiner. J. F. jt. aulh. 

BABCOCK, Fern S. . . . ^, • .■ 

New program book for student Christian 
associations. 116p $1 '43 Assn. press 
BABCOCK, Franklin Lawrence 
U.S. college graduate. 112p $1.50 '41 Mac- 
millan 
BABCOCK, H. W. 
Skate sharpening jig. Ind Arts & voc Ed 
30:404-5 N "41 
BABCOCK, IVIrs Harriet 
Bottleneck in psychologj' as illustrated by 
the Tennan vocabulary test. bibliog 
Psychological Review 50:244-54 Mr '43 
Level-efflciency theory of intelligence, bib- 
liog J Psychol 11:261-70 Ap '41 
BABCOCK, Howard Edward 
Must farmers counterattack labor? Ag Ed 
M 14:104 D '41 
BABCOCK, Mildred Daisy 
Group reading. El Engl R 18:230-2 O '41 

BABIES. See Infants 

BABITZ, Milton „ , „ . „ „ .^ 

Scientific assembly program. Sch Sci & Math 
42:17-23 Ja '42 
BABNEY, Elfrieda ^,., 

Classroom in the public library. Wilson Lib 
B 17:108-10+ O '42 
BABOR, Joseph Albert 

Sequence of topics in general chemistry. J 
Chem Ed 19:263-4 Je '42 
— and Kremer, C. B. 

How to solve problems in general chemistry. 
SSp bibliog pa 75c '41 Crowell 
— and Lehrman, Alexander 
General college chemistry. 659p il $3.75 '40 

Crowell 
Introductory college chemistry. 663p il diags 

$3.50 '41 Crowell 
Laboratory manual for Introductory college 
chemistry. 276p il diags pa $1.75 '41 Crowell 
Selected experiments from Laboratory 
manual for introductory college chemistry. 
2S4p il diags pa $1 '44 Crowell 
BABSON, Helen Corliss 
Progress at Eagle Rock high school. Calif J 
Sec Ed 16:299-303 My "41 
BABSON institute 

Degree-granting privileges. Sch & Soc 59: 

343 My 13 '44 
Students examine business occupations. J. K. 
Horner. Occupations 20:7-9 O '41 
BACCALAUREATE addresses 

Baccalaureate services of, by, and for the 
.■seniors at Prescott high. D. R. Sheldon, 
il Sch Executive 62:35-6 My '43 
BACH, Johann Sebastian 
Bach for purists. J. Chiapusso. (In Music 
teachers national association. Proceedings. 
1940. p380-7) 
Bach's organ music and Bach's organ. A. 
Riemenschneider. (In Music teachers na- 
tional association. Proceedings. 1940. p404- 
10) 
Changes in the approach to Bach. H. H. 
Rosen wald. bibliog f (In Music teachers 
national association. Proceedings. 1939. 
P215-28) 
French patterns in Bach's secular keyboard 
music. Y. Pessl. bibliog f (In Music teach- 
ers national association. Proceedings. 1911. 
P210-2I) 
BACHE, Franklin 
Franklin Bache. chemist, 1792-1864. E. F. 
Smith, por J Chem Ed 20:front, 367-8 Ag 
'43 
BACHELDER, Joseph E. Jr 
Statistics for the lay student. J Higher Ed 
13:440-2 N '42 



BACHELOR'S degree, Time requirement for. 

See Degrees. Academic — Time requirements 
BACHER, Otto R. and Berkowitz, G. J. 
Scliool course.-; and related careers — a voca- 
tional survey plan. (Guidance plans and 
methods no8) bibliog 96p pa 90c '41 Sci- 
ence res. 
BACHMAN, Harold B. 
1942 band contest numbers. Ed Mus M 21: 

32+ N '41; 28+ Ja '42 
Preinduction training in music. Ed Vic 1:19 
Ap 15 '43 
BACHMAN, Mariana 
Teachers are human beings. Tex Outl 28:9-12 
F '44 
BACHMAN, Walter Eugene 
Church-related college and the long range 
program. Christian Ed 26:15-22 S '42 
BACHRODT, Walter Lewis 
Local control of education must continue. 
Calif J Sec Ed 19:176-7 Ap '44 
BACKINGER, Beulah V. 

Reflections on the New Lisbon trip. Train 
Sch B 38:161-2 D '41 
BACKUS, Bertie A. 
Assembly, bibliog Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 

25:91-8 D '41 
Community response to inter-Amencan edu- 
cation activity. J Ed Soc 16:157-61 N '42 
How shall the schools be organized for war- 
time service? Nat El Prin 22:69-71 D '42 
Student council, bibliog Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin B 25:21-30 D '41 
BACKUS, E. Burdette 
Shall we teach the Bible in the public 
schools? No! Teach Col J 15:51+ Ja '44 
View of the juvenile delinquency problem. 
Teach Col J 15:78 Mr '44 
BACKUS. Howard P. 
Culture and civilization of the northern coun- 
tries; a unit plan [mimeographed] (Ore. 
Univ. Curriculum laboratory. Curriculum 
bul. no35) 24p pa 35c '41 Univ. of Ore. 
co-operative store 
Defining, assessing, and reporting student 
progress in the freshman program of the 
College of education, the Ohio state uni- 
versity, bibliog f -Ajii Assn Col Reg J 19: 
206-16 Ja '44 
Description of tenth grade social living. Uni- 
versity high school [mimeographed] (Ore. 
Univ. Curriculum laboratory. Curriculum 
bul. no41) 19p bibliog diag pa 35c '41 Univ. 
of Ore. co-operative store 
Romano-Italian culture and civilization; a 
unit-plan for a course in world civilizations 
[mimeographed] (Ore. Univ. Curriculum 
laboratory. Curriculum bul. no53) 35p bib- 
liog pa 50c '42 Univ. of Ore. co-operative 
store 
BACKUS. Joyce G. ^ ^ 

San Jose state college library. Library Jour- 
nal 67:825-7 O 1 '42 
BACKUS, OIlie L. , ,, , 

Speecli in education; a guide for the class- 
room teacher. 35Sp $2.75 '43 Longmans 
BACKWARD children. See Children. Back- 
ward 
BACMEISTER, Mrs Rhoda (Warner) 
Big questions for little people. Nat Parent 

Teach 38:25-7 O '43 
First lessons in science. Parents Mag 19: 

24-5+ My '44 
Gardens for babies. Nat Par-Teach 37:14-16 

Ap '43 
We are almost ready for school. Nat Par- 
Teach 30:19-21 Ap '42 
World we want for our children. Parents 
Mag 18:17+ N '43 

BACON, Charles E. 
Pretended economy. Sec Ed 11:17 N '43; 
Same. Clearing House 18:546 My '44 
BACON, Charles Sumner 
Laboratory manual of college geology, rev ed 
10S.3Sp il $1.55 '41 John S. Swift CO. Inc, 
2100 Locust St. St Louis 
BACON, Clara Springsteed 
Calling all supervisors. Ed Meth 21:37-40 O 

'41 
Teacher growth through curriculum building. 
Curric J 14:135-8 Mr '43 



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BACON, Francis, viscount St Albans 
Spi-ocli anil llic initeiprisc of loarninB. \V. R. 
.IiiiKliii. bibiios f IJ -I -Speet'li 2S:400-7 D 
■ Vl 
BACON, Francis Leonard 
National association of secondary-school 
principals. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 26: 
87-92 Mr '42 ^ „ 

Problems in sooondary education. Ed Rec 
23:551-00 ,11 '■12 
BACON, Frederic 
Obituary 

Nature 152:350 S 25 '43 

BACON, Harold Maile 
Higli school mathematics In artillery (Ire. 

iMath Te.ach 35:299-306 N '42 
BACON, Ralph Hoyt 
Motion of a piston. Am J Physics 10:145-7 

Je '42 
Simple discussion of Kepler's laws. Am J 

Physics 9:221-4 Ag '41 
Simple illustrative methods for computing n. 

Am J Physics 12:49-50 F '44 
BACON, Roland M. 
Old well lamp. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:334 

O '42 
BACTERIA 

Uses of microorganisms in the production of 

chemical products. C. G. Dunn, diag J 

ClK-m Ed 19:387-92 Ak '42 
BACTERIOLOGY 

Laboratory manuals 
I^aboratorv guide in elementary bacteri- 
ology. M. S. Marshall. $1.75 '41 Blakiston 
Laboratory manual for medical bacteriology. 

.T. M. Slack and M. F. Gunderson. $2.25 

Kurgess 
Laboratory manual in bacteriology. M. H. 

Longley. pa $1.25 '41 F. A. Davis CO, 1914 

Cherry st, Philadelphia 
Laboratory manual of general bacteriology 

for pre-nurses. G. L. Peltier and K. H. 

Lewis, pa $1.45 '41 Burgess 
Laboratory manual of medical bacteriology. 

mycology, and immunology [mimeographed] 

J. A. Kennedy. $1.50 '41 Univ. of Louisville 

bk. store, Belknap campus, Louisville 
Work book for general microbiology. J. M. 

Birkeland. $1 '41 John S. Swift CO. inc. 

2100 Locust st, St Louis 

Teaching 
Teaching of bacteriology in colleges and uni- 
versities. Purdue university. Division of 
educational reference, pa 50c '41 The divi- 
sion 

Textbooks 
Bacteriology for students of medicine imd 

public health. B. Leifson. $5 '42 Harper 
Principles and practice of bacteriology. A. H. 

Brvan and C. G. Bryan. 3d ed bibliog pa 

$1.25 '42 Barnes & Noble 
Text-book of bacteriology. R. W. Fairbrother. 

$5 Mosby 
BADEN-POWELL of Gilwell, Robert Stephen- 
son Smyth Baden-Powell, 1st baron 
Baden Powell as educator. E. G. Malherbe. 

Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 30:104-8 O '41 
BADENOCH, Mrs Nena Frances (Wilson) 
After school, what? Ill Ed 32:174 F '44 
Victory volunteers. Parents Mag 19:21-f Je 

'44 
BADER, Edith May. See Oberle, F. jt. auth. 
BADER, Harriet Agnes 

Illustrious alumni. Teach Col J 13:35 N '41 
BADER, Louis, and Hotchkiss, G. B. 
Marketing teachers view grade labeling. J 

Bus Ed 17:17-lS-(- Je '42 
BADGER, Henry Glenn 
College income and expenditures, 1040-41 

(preliminary sampling report) See United 

.States. Office of education 
Effects of the war upon colleges. 1943-44. 

See United States. Office of education 
Effects of the war upon college personnel. 

See United States. Office of education 
Further data on honorary degrees. Sch & 

Soc 56:218 S 12 '42 
Manual of junior college accounting. Jun Col 

J 12:419 Mr '42 
Statistics of higher education. 1937-38. See 

I'nited States. Office of education 



Summary of statistics of higher education, 
1939-40. See United States. Oflice of educa- 
tion 
BADGER, O. B. 
Annual boat rei^atla. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
:;2:2:!i j.- '13 
BADGER. Walter Lucius 
lOtlucation, experience, and engineers. In- 
dustrial and Engineering Chemistry 33:1103- 

5 .'^ '41 

BADGER, William V. and Miller, N. A. 

Voii'e recording. Engl J 30:495-7 Je '41 
BADMINTON 

Achievement e,\aminalions in badminton. M. 
G. .Scott, diags Am Assn Health Phys Ed 

6 Rec Res Q 12:242-53 Mv '41 

Teaching the badminton serve to beginners. 
M. Phillips. J Health & Phys Ed 14:53H- 
D '43 
BADT, Ernestine Louise 

Social centers teach Pan-Americanism. Chi- 
cago Sch J 23:119-23 Ja '42 
BAEHR, Herman 

Challenge to distributive education teachers. 
Nat Bus Ed Q ll:29-30-(- O '42 
BAER, Eleanor 

Teaching aid in charting. American Journal 
of Nursing 43:901 O '43 
BAER, Joseph Alva 

Post-war planning for education in Connecti- 
cut. Sch Executive 63:49-51 F '44 
BAER, Max F. 

Demands for trained personnel: report of con- 
ference of the Institute of women's pro- 
fessional relations. Occupations 21:683-4 My 
'43 

When the boys come marching home. Occupa- 
tions 22:10-16 O '43 
BAERMANN, Walter 

Wartime values in art education. Mus Educa- 
tors J 29:28-f S '42 
BAERSON, H. G. 

Carol, sweetly carol; song. Grade Teach 59:12 
D '41 
BAGLEY, William Chandler 

Case for essentialism in education. Nat Ed 
Assn J 30:201-2 O '41 

Clarifying analysis of the problems of educa- 
tion and world peace. Sch & Soc 58:388 N 
13 '43 

Despite the war. School and .society has had 
a most encouraging year. Sch & Soc 56:614 
D 19 '42 

Education and the two new freedoms. Ed 
64:211-18 D '43 

Freedom of teaching (and some duties) in 
wartime America. Mont Ed 18:22-3 Ap '42; 
Same. Ky Sch J 21:9-10 S '42 

Guidance programs during the war and fol- 
lowing the war. Ed Adm & Sup 28:81-6 F 
•42 

Illiteracy and near-illiteracy in the selective- 
service age groups. Sch & Soc 55:633-4 Je 
6 '42 

.lames McKeen Cattell. 1860-1944. Sch & Soc 
59:69-70 Ja 29 '44 

Kappa delta pi's first third of a centurj^ Ed 
Forum S:492c-492e-|- My '44 

Myth of Nordic-Arvan-herrenvolk superiority. 
Sch & Soc 58:172-3 S 4 '43 

Persisting prejudice against the professor 
of pedagogy. Sch & Soc 57:191-3 F 13 '43 

Problem of recognizing and rewarding merit 
in teaching. Sch & Soc 59:259-60 Ap 15 '44 

Secretary- Kno.x's proposal for universal 
training. Sch & Soc 59:70-1 Ja 29 '44 

Should IS-vear-olds he intrusted with the 
ballot? Sch & Soc 58:117-18 Ag 21 '43 

What education is learning from the war. 
Ed Forum 7:5-12 N '42; Same cond. Ed 
Dige.^t 8:32-5 Ja '43 
BAGOT, John Hendry 

Juvenile delinquency: a comparative study 
of the position in Liverpool and England 
and Wales. Brit J Ed P.iychol 11:138-42 
Je '41 
BAGSHAW, Arthur L. 

Spring coil former. Ind Arts & A''oc Ed 31: 
395 N '42 
BAHR, Gladys 

Beginning of business life. Bsns Ed World 
24:154-6 N '43 



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BAHR, Lillian O. 

Effect of war on our life. Instr 52:37+ O "43 
BAIL, Hamilton Vaughan 
Harvard's conamt-moration day, July 21, 18G5. 
New England Quarterly 15:256-79 Je '42 
BAIL, Phillip Milo 
Fiuiction of science in democracy. Sci Ed 2G: 
1-7 Ja '42 
BAILEY, Alexander Davison 
What industry expects of engineering educa- 
tion after the war. J Eng Ed 34:335-9 D '43 
BAILEY, Bertha W. 
Creative expression in wartime. Mus Educa- 
tors J 29:S-ll-f' F '43 
BAILEY, Carolyn Sherw^in 
Little dog lost; story. Am Childh 27:55-6 

.Ta '42 
Mrs Nannv-Goat goes to work; story. Am 
Childh 2S:50-1 Ja '43 
BAILEY. Mrs Crystal W. 
Extension library service. (In National uni- 
versity exten.sion association. Proceedings, 
1942. p 102-5) 
BAILEY, D. Maxine 
Nursing school library; some administrative 
problems. American .Journal of Nursing 41: 
10G2-5 S '41 
BAILEY, E. C. 
Mural — not just another project. Mont Ed 
19:13-14 S '42 
BAILEY, E. N. 
Use recordings for business teaching, por 
Bus Ed World 22:474-6 F '42 
BAILEY, Etta Rose 
Benjamin Franklin childhood center. Teach 

Col Rec 45:109-20 N '43 
Organizing to solve the problems of school 
living. Childh Ed 19:304-7 Mr '43 
BAILEY, Mrs Evelyn F. 
Play's the thing. Clearing House 18:217-19 D 

•43 
Unsolved case of Lila Archer; story. Clearing 
House 16:214-17 D '41 
BAILEY, Mrs Francis Louis. See Bailey, N. 

F. B. 
BAILEY, Grace Dyches 
Teaching language arts in connection with a 
unit of work. El Engl R 21:26-7 Ja '44 
BAILEY, Green 
Geography and how I teach it. Ky Sch J 22: 
12-14 S '43 
BAILEY, Harold Wood 
Social adjustments of college students from 
the standpoint of the faculty counselor. 
(In American college personnel association. 
Report of the eighteenth annual meeting, 
1941. p48-52) 
BAILEY, Henry Turner 
City of refuge. Grade Teach 59:14-15 Mr; 
14-15 Ap '42 
BAILEY, Margaret 
Dental hygiene as a career for women. Oc- 
cupations 21:638-42 My '43 
BAILEY, Matilda 
Conscripting literature for a present emer- 
gency. Engl J 31:130-6 F '42 
Forward with books. Pa Sch J 91:69 N '42 
BAILEY, Nina Fitch (Babcock) (Mrs Francis 
Louis Bailey) 
Music for all. Nation's Sch 28:43-4 Ag '41 
BAILEY, Norman D. 
Teachers' college and the teacher shortage. 
Wis J Ed 75:299 F '43 
BAILEY, Richard E, 
Camouflage course. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32: 
136-7, lSl-2. 219-20, 263-4, 3S2; 33:30, 76, 
134. 164. 212 Mr-Je, N '43, Ja-My '44 
Creative design course. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
31:406-7. 444-5; 32:40-1, 83, 138, 303-4, 337- 
S, 3S1, 433; 33:29, 75, 133. 163, 211 N '42- 
Mr, S '43-My '44 



BAILEY, Wilbert L. See Morgan, C. 
auth. 



L. Jt. 



BAILEY, William W. 
Adult education in wartime in Rock Island, 

111. Adult Ed Bui 8:75-7 F '44 
New floor every year. Sch Executive 62:51-2 

Mr '43 



BAIN, Verne Dale 

Oregon includes social hygiene education in 
the Victory corps program. Journal of So- 
cial Hygiene 29:440-3 O '43 

Regional conferences for elementary prin- 
cipals. Nat El Prin 21:353-5 Jl '42 

(ed) See Oregon. Department of education, 
'"'ourse of study, elementary schools, music: 
Tentative guide to science for Oregon 
schools 
BAIN, Winifred Elma 

Air raid shelter. Nat Par-Teach 37:4-6 D '42 

Are marks nonsocial phenomena? Childh Ed 
20:264-6 F '44 

Bridging the gans between kindergarten and 
first grade. Childh Ed 18:29-34 S '41 

Finding and giving affection. Childh Ed 20: 
151-2 D '43 

Finding self in perspective. Childh Ed 20: 
98-9 N '43 

Mother tongue or other tongue? Par M 17: 
26-7-(- Mr '42 

Prp.school education marches on. Nation's 
Sch 31:34-6 r.lv '43 

Should I teach school when my country 
needs me? Childh Ed 18:360-1 Ap '42 

Some choices teachers must make. Childh Ed 
20:300-4 Mr '44 
SAINTON, Ruth Woodruff 

Christian homes in war time. Int J Relig 
ICd 19:16-18 F '43 
HAIR, Frederick Haigh 

Better language for better living, por Nat 
El Prin 21:18-27 O '41; Excerpts. Nat Ed 
Assn Proc 1941:417-19 

Role of the private school from the stand- 
point of the public school administrator. 
Ed OutI 18:58-66 Ja '44 

Workshop on Latin American studies. Pro- 
gres Ed 18:303-5 O '41 
BAIR, Mary M. 

Planning your theatre-for-victory program. 
Sch Activities 15:15-16 S '43 

BAIR, Medill 
Where do vour teachers live? Sch Executive 
62:37-8 F '43 
BAIRD, Albert Craig 

Discussion: principles and types. (McGraw- 
Hill ser. in speech) 348p bibliog $2.50 '43 
McGraw-Hill 
Opportunities for research in state and sec- 
tional public speaking, bibliog f Q J .Speech 
29:304-8 O '43 
BAIRD, Esther 

Interesting language project. Mod Lang J 
26:44 Ja '42 
BAIRD, Mrs Eva Raw 
Balance wheels. Volta R 45:292-3 My '43 
I'm on the town. Volta R 44:89-90-)- F '42 
My teapot dress. Volta R 43:434-5-)- JI '41 
Traffic lams and the green light. Volta R 
45:700-1- D '43 
BAISDEN, Leo Bernard. See Gardiner, J. Jt. 

auth. 
BAISH, Henry Houston 
Advantages of combining all school employes 
in a single retirement fund. (In National 
association of public scliool business offi- 
cials. Proceedings. 1941. o 152); Same. Am 
Sch Bd J 103:69 N '41 
Problem of safeguarding the future of 
teacher retirement plans. (In National edu- 
cation association. National council on 
teacher retirement. Proceedings, 1942. p5-8) 
BAISLER, A. W. 
To earn professional status. Nation's Sch 

28:64 Ag '41 
What did you say? Ohio Sch 19:281 S '41 
BAITSELL, George Alfred 
Desirable contributions of science in general 
education to the democratic way of life. 
Sci Ed 25:191-2 Ap '41 
BAKER, Alphia W. 
Modern objective tests: democracy and cliar- 
acter. Grade Teach 60:54 Ja '43 
BAKER, Annie Florence 
Santa's lielpcrs; play. Sierra Ed News 37; 
27-8 D '41 
BAKER, Arthur O. 
Science education and the war. (In Amer- 
ican council of science teachers. Pre-in- 
duction training; yearbook, 1943. p23-(-) 



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BAKER, Mrs Augusta (Braxston) 
ReadinK for demooracy. biblioe Wilson Lib 
I3ul 18:140-1 O M3 

BAKER. B. B. 

Fiiirfleld builds industrial high school. Am 
Sch Bd J 102:36-7 Je '41 
BAKER, Mrs Barney Kinley. See Bilker, J. C. 
BAKER, Bernard F. and Higgins, T. J. 
Practical rooms for odlce practice. Nation's 
Sch 32:36-7 S '43 
BAKER, Bessie 
How we plan to work In our schools this 
year: making; demo<:racy as a way of life 
practical in high school. H Sch J 26:177-9 
O -43 
BAKER, C. W. 
.Small-town vocational guidance propram. Sch 
Kxocutlve 61:12-13 Ap '42 
BAKER, Charles C. 
Experience for applicants. Bus Ed World 23: 
433-4 Mr '43 
BAKER, Clara Belle 

(od) Books for teachers. See numbers of 
Childhood education October 1941- 
BAKER, David D. See Harner, N. C. jt. auth. 
BAKER, Mrs Eleanor A. 
Organization of a placement department. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Fourteenth yearbook. p345-9) 
BAKER, Elizabeth. See Hertz, M. R. Jt. auth. 
BAKER, Elsworth Fredrick 
You .are your children's keeper. Progres Ed 
20:381-3 D '43 
BAKER, Elton M. 
Preparation of thiokol: a lecture demonstra- 
tion.. J Chem Ed 20:427 S '43 
BAKER, Erie K. 

Aviation. Grade Teach 61:16-17 S '43 
BAKER, Evelyn C. 
Student organization at work. American Jour- 
nal of Nursing 41:1261-5 N '41 
BAKER, Mrs Florence (Murphy) 
High school French and the taxpayer. French 

R 15:505-10 My '42 
Will it be French this time? Sch & Soc 65: 
390-1 Ap 4 '42: Same. Mod Lang J 26:464-5 
O '42 
BAKER, Frank Elmer 
Changing social aims in the education of 
teachers. Nat Ed As.sn Proc 1941:307-16; 
Same. (In American association of teachers 
colleges. Twentieth yearbook. 1941. p9-19) 
Danger and opportunity. Peabody J Ed 21: 

162-4 N '43 
Discipline. Progres Ed 21:57-60+ F '44; 

Same cond. Ed Digest 9:21-3 Ap '44 
Message, por Progres Ed 21:107 Mr '44 
%VTiat kind of a world do we seek? Am Teach 

27:14-15+ F "43 
Workshop technique applied to English com- 
po.sition. Wis J Ed 75:409-10+ Ap '43 
BAKER, Geoffrey 
To set our children free; design of schools 
must catch up with modern education. 
Magazine of Art 35:284-9 D '42 
BAKER, George Derwood 

Sherman was right. Front Democ 9:235-8 

My '43 
When parents ask. Progres Ed 18:430+ D 
'41; Same cond. Ed Digest 7:14-16 Ja '42 
— and Stiles, L. J. 
Possibilities in the Victory corps program. 
Calif J Sec Ed 18:169-72 Mr '43 
BAKER, Mrs Gertrude (Ellin) 
Revivals of classic films in community 
theatres. H Points 23:51-6 My '41; Same. 
Engl J 30:623-8 O '41 
BAKER, Gertrude M. 
Fundamentals in dance and sport. J Health 

& Phys Ed 12:363+ Je '41 
Survey of administrative relationships of 
departments of physical education in col- 
leges and universities. Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13:217-28 My '42 
Portrait 

J Health & Phys Ed 13:171 Mr '42 
BAKER, Gretta 
Future statesmen plan new world. Scholastic 
44:2+ Ap 24 '44 



BAKER, Harold Bruss 

Working student and his grades. J Ed Res 
35:28-35 S '41 
BAKER, Harold Vernon 

Children's contributions In elementary 
school general discussion. (Child develop- 
ment monographs. no29) 160p bibllog J1.85 
'42 Teachers col; Summary. Teach Col 
Rec 44:599-600 My '43 

Democratic procedures in publishing a school 
newspaper. Nat El Prin 22:443-6 Jl '43 

From a suburban school In the East. Progres 
Ed 20:114-20 Mr '43 

Informal discussion in separate class periods. 
Nat El Prin 20:278-86 JI '41 

Interbuilding exchanges. Nat El Prin 21:389- 
93 Jl '42 
BAKER, Harry Jay 

Curriculum practices and less able students. 
(In National business teachers association. 
Problems and issues in business education; 
seventh yearbook, p 179-8G) 

Detroit adjustinent inventory (alpha form ot 
Telling what I do) for lunior and senior 
high schools. Sp pa with teacher's hand- 
book, record blank and scoring key $1.75 
per 25; sample set 35c '42 Public-sch. 

Detroit alpha intelligence test, form S: for 
srades 4-S. 7p pa 4c: with examiner's 
handbook and record sheet $3.50 per 100; 
sample set 15c '41 Public-sch. 

Introduction to exceptional children. 496p 
bibliog il diag $3.50 '44 Macmillan 
BAKER, Harry Leigh. See Weakly. H. Jt. 

auth. 
BAKER, Hazel 

New home management house and nursery, 
il Ariz Teach Par 30:16 My '42 
BAKER, Helen E. 

Relationship of personality to ofBce train- 
ing. (In Eastern commercial teachers' as- 
sociation. Sixteenth yearbook. p354-60) 
BAKER, J. D. 

Value of writing philosophies of life in fresh- 
man English classes. Col Engl 5:141-5 D '43 
BAKER, J. N. 

Countv-wide farm machinery reitair pro- 
gram. Ag Ed M 15:232 Je '43 
BAKER, John Newton 

Sex education in high schools. 155p bibliog 
maps $2 '42 Emerson bks, inc, 251 W 19th 
St, N.Y. 
BAKER, Joseph Ellis 

Western man against nature: Giants in the 
earth. Col Engl 4:19-26 O '42 
BAKER, Joy C. (Mrs Barney Kinley Baker) 

Earlv-dav teachers in Nebraska. Am Sch Bd 
J 107:42 Jl '43 

Last day of school; story. Am Sch Bd J 107: 
19 Ag '43 
BAKER, Margaret, and others 

Teaching of vocabulary, bibliog Pittsburgh 
Sch 17:174-8 My '43 
BAKER, Mary Carr 

College girl in the defense program. Sch & 
Soc 54:385 N 1 '41 

Experience — the best teacher. J Health & 
Phys Ed 13:525+ N '42 

Through personality to health. Hygeia 21:858- 
9+ D '43 
BAKER, Oliver Edwin 

Rural vouth in the farm picture, por Ag 
Ed M 14:24-6 Ag '41 
BAKER, Orestes J. 

Librarv and its function in teacher-training, 
bibliog f Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 
9:16-19 Ja '41 
BAKER, Pauline 

Primer of sounds; a manual for teachers. 
124p $1.50 '42 Expression CO, 16 Harcourt 
St. Boston 
BAKER, R. W; Jackson, V. M; and Stevick, 
P. R. 

Fewer square pegs in round holes here! 
Jun Col J 13:387-9 Ap '43 
BAKER, Robert Osborne 

Facultv service load. Am Assn Col Reg J 
18:57-65 O '42 

Instructional salary costs per student credit 
hour. Am Assn Col Reg J 19:61-7 O '43 



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125 



BAKER, Tunis . . .u 

Effective use of science experiments in the 
elementary school. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941: 
584-5 
BAKER, Willis IMiles, and Landess, W. M. 
Education for sustained regional productivity, 
bibliog J Ed Soc 15:160-74 N '41 
BAKER, Oregon 

Junior high school 
Leadership course. J. R. Evans. Clearing 
House lC:4S0-2 Ap '42 
BAKERS and bakeries 

Bakery. M. R, Martin. II Instr 51:15-1- Mr '42 
BAKERSFIELD, California 

Public schools 
Safety at fair cost. T. L,. Nelson, il Nation's 

Sch 29*42-5 Ap '42 
Teaching the retarded. R. E. Ford. Sierra 
Ed News 37:1S O '41 
BAKERSFIELD Junior college, Bakersfield, 
California 
From little acorns. M. W. Peairs. Jun Col J 

12:319-22 F '42 
Helpine a minority group find security. J. W. 
McDaniel. Cahf J Sec Ed 18:359-61 O '43; 
Excerpts. Jun Col J 14:307 Mr '44 
Individual guidance of high school and junior 
college students. G. B. Ingles. Library 
Journal 66:706-7 S 1 '41 
BAKERSVILLE high school, Bakersvllle, 
North Carolina 
Organization and administration of an extra- 
curricular program against odds. R. L. 
Blevins. Sch Activities 13:311-12-f Ap "42 
BAKKEN, E. H. 
Rural scouting. Phi Delta Kappan 25:169-70 
Ap '43 
BAKKIE, Melva 
Role of nutrition in the community program. 
J Health & Phys Ed 14:96-f- F '43 
BALAKIAN, Anna 
Two Axels, bibliog f French R 17:18-22 O 
'43 
BALAMUTH, Lewis; Wolfe, H. C; and Ze- 
mansky, M. W. 
Temperature concept from the microscopic 
point of view. Am J Physics 9:199-203 Ag 
'41 
BALANCE of power 
That great illusion: the balance of power. 
J. S. Schapiro. Soc Studies 33:339-43 D '42 
BALANCE sheets. See Financial statements 
BALANCES 
Chemi<fai balance. W. M. Spicer and J. D. 
Raulerson. diag J Chem Ed 21:93 F '44 
BALBUENA, Bernardo de. See Valbuena. B. 

de 
BALCH, Mrs Margaret 
Planning an individual reading program for 
a child in a sight-saving class, bibliog 
Sight-Saving R 11:107-20 Je '41 
BALCOM, Arthur Grant 
Obituary 

Ed Screen 21:183 My '42. N. L. Greene 
BALCOM, Margaret M. See Britt, S. H. Jt. 

auth. 
BALCOM, Nanita MacDonell 

New broom. Wilson Lib B 17:101-4 O '42 
BALDELLI, Zeno 
Pupil rating. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Roads to the future. 
P344-7) 
BALDENSPERGER, Fernand 
Aux deux bouts de cent ans de poSsie fran- 
caise rim6e. Frencli R 17:1-3 O '43 
BALDESHWILER, E. 
Fun drawer: museum of oddities from many 
classes. Clearing House 18:168-9 N '43 
BALDRIDGE, Chloe Christina 
Beginning book work. Grade Teach 59:28-)- 

O '41 
Cooperative efforts for school improvement. 

Sch Executive 61:17-f Jl '42 
Number activities; practical applications of 
number facts for grade II. Grade Teach 61: 
32-1- O -43 
Number work: practical lesson plans and 
games. Grade Teach 60:26-1- O '42 



Reading activities: testing comprehension in 

silent reading. Grade Teach 59:22-(- N '41 
Reading for first year. Grade Teach 59:26-)- 

S '41 
Reading seatwork. Grade Teach 59:24-|- N 

•41 
Silent reading: unsupervised reading activi- 
ties. Grade Teach 60:22-)- Je '43 
Teaching arithmetic. Grade Teach 60:38-)- N 

'42 
Tour arithmetic class; curriculum plans and 

teaching helps. Grade Teach 60:48-1- O '42 
Your reading schedule. Grade Teach 61:26-i- 

S '43 
BALDUF, Emery W. 
How departments of speech can cooperate 

with government in the war effort. Q J 

Speech 29:271-6 O '43 
Teachers in Nazi-occupied Europe. Progres 

Ed 20:215-24 My '43 
BALDWIN, Clara K. 
In our little school garden. Am Childh 27: 

29 Je '42 
BALDWIN, Clare Charles 
Junior high schools are in the war. H 

Points 24:8-12 O '42 
BALDWIN, Howard Milton 
Theme subjects for defense. Col Engl 3: 

670-3 Ap '42 
BALDWIN, James Willis 

Specialized professional preparation of so- 
cial-studies teachers. Sch & Soc 55:53-5 Ja 

10 '42 
Study of trends in academic major and minor 

prescriptions for student-teaching in teacher 

education institutions. Ed Adm & Sup 27: 

674-82 D '41 
Survey of the present status and current 

trends in the social studies curriculum in 

Texas schools. (Pub. no4132) 73p il pa 

gratis '41 Univ. of Tex. 
BALDWIN, Lillian L. 
Thoughts on music education in wartime. 

Mus Educators J 29:21 My '43 
BALDWIN, Milton F. 

(ed) See 1941 bluebook of aviation schools 
BALDWIN, Robert Dodge 
America's A no. 1 economic institution — a tip 

to Dun and Bradstreet. Ed Forum 8:143-50 

Ja '44 
BALDWIN, Roger Nash 
Liberal looks at life. Front Democ 7:235-6 

My '41 
BALDWIN, Thomas Whitfield 
William Shakspere's petty school. 240p il $3 

•43 Univ. of 111. 
BALDWIN, Vera M. 
Little Clumbsy Toes; story. Am Childh 27:54 

D '41 
BALDWIN, William Edward 
(ed) Ohio school laws, annotated; containing 

the 1943 Ohio school code as officially 

adopted, and related laws affecting schools; 

a complete guide for school officials. 2d ed 

50np $5.50 '43 Banks-Baldwin law pub. co, 

1904 Ansel rd, Univ. center, Cleveland 
BALDWIN-Wallace college, Berea, Ohio 
High-school-college conferences in north- 
eastern Ohio. M. F. Wicke. Sch & Soc 54: 

570 D 13 '41 
Low-cost residence hall for men. Mellen- 

brook. Foley and Scott, architects, and P. 

R. Trautman. (In American school and 

university, 1942. p349-51) 

Burrell memorial observatory 
Burrell memorial observatory. O. L. Dust- 
heimer. il Popular Astronomy 50:321-4 Je 
•42 
BALGLEY, Frances 
Communication through the arts. Ed 64:111-12 
O '43 
BALI 

Social life and customs 
Life in Bali, il Prac Home Econ 19:235-9 
Jl '41 
BALKAN states 
Balkan federation movement, a neglected 
aspect. L. S. Stavrianos. Soc Studies 34: 
153-4 Ap '43 



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EDUCATION INDEX July 1941— June 1944 



BALL, Sister Saint Augustine 
Power functions iind distribution functions 
related to student's test [thesis] 25p $1 '42 
Catholic univ. of Am. 
BALL, Elmer Darwin 
Obituary 

Si-h * Soc 58:304 O 16 '43 

BALL, George 
More converts to beauty. Sch (KI ed) 32: 

777-8 .My '44 
Story of coal. Sch (El ed) 30:438-10 Ja '42 
BALL, Joseph Hurst 
Political orfT'inization of the po.stwar world. 
Ed 64:329-34 F '44 
BALL, Rachel Stutsman 
Meet the six-year-old. Par M 18:24-5-1- Jl 

■43 
Ratine scale for parents. Par M 16:32-3-)- 
Je '41 
BALL, Thomas Fauntleroy, and Litman, Sam- 
uel 
Laboratory experiments in direct and alter- 
nating currents. 2C8p $3.50 '40 for sale by 
Univ. of S.C. bkstore, Columbia 
BALLADS 
Ballad.'^ to sinR. P. Gordon, bibliog Engl J 

:!2:257-Cl IMy '43 
Students turn ballad writers. M. Steves. Tex 

Outl 25:46 D '41 
Waltzin' Matilda. B. Sutherland. Engl J 33: 
20-2 Ja '44 
BALLADS, Spanish 

Source of Oh. liurv me out on the prairie. 
W. S. Hendrix. Hispania 27:29-33 F '44 
BALLARD, Berton Joseph 
Economic survey of Los Angeles city college. 
Jun Col J 12::nc-18 F '-12 
BALLARD. Charles 

Verse and poetry. Engl J 32:42-3 Ja '43 
BALLARD, Edna V. and others 
Tliev need a part. 1.5p hibliog pa '42 Conn. 
Bd. of ed. Hartford 
BALLARD, Lyman J. 
Webb institute of naval architecture. J Eng 
Ed 32:719-21 My '42 
BALLARD, Philip Boswood 

Elementary school after the war. J Ed Lon- 
don 74:59-60 F '42 
Teaching of English: some comments on the 
Norwood report. Times Ed Sup 1480:437 S 
11 '43 
Teaching of mathematics: some comments on 
the Norwood report. Times Ed Sup 1484: 
483 O 9 '43 
BALLARD, Sylvanus A. 
Limitations on federal control of education, 
bibliog f El Sch J 42:755-65 Je '42 
BALLER, Warren Robert 
Conditions that make effective guidance pos- 
sible: e\aluation and effective guidance, 
bibliog R Ed Res 12:33-7 F '42 
Guidance of youth for service in the armed 
forces. Neb Ed J 23:4S F '43 
BALLERT, A. G. and George, M. C. 
Notes on the climate of the coastal fringe 
of North Africa. J Geog 43:97-107 Mr '44 
BALLIN, Ralph. See Bookwalter, K. W. Jt. 

auth. 
BALLINTINE. Harriet Isabel 
Harriet Isabel Ballintine — pioneer veteran. 
M. L. King. Am Assn Health Phys Ed 
& Rec Res Q 12:655-7 O '41 
BALLIOL, Alexander Dunlop Lindsay, Master 

of. .See Lindsay, A. D. 
BALLIOL college. See Oxford. University — 

Balliol college 
BALLISTICS 
How high school physics students can meas- 
ure the speed of bullets. M. J. W. Phillips, 
il diags Sch Sci & Math 43:803-11 D "43 
Mathematics in a national emergency. E. E. 
Kramer. H Points 24:23-30 Ja '42 
BALLOON flights. See Balloons 
BALLOONS 
How Mallas P«rez flew. D. C. Corbitt. His- 
pania 24:277-80 O '41 
BALLOU, Frank Washington 
National character is the heart, por Nat Ed 
As.sn J 33:47 F '44 



BALLOU, Richard Boyd 
Commonwealth educators — Puritan progres- 
sives. Harvard Ed It 11:301-18 My '41 
BALMER, J. E. 
Ui.scipllMe In democracy. Ohio Sch 20:424-6 

D '42 
Meeting vocational needs in an institution. 
In.l Art.s & Voc Ed 30:230-2 Je '41 
BALTIC sea 

Baltic .sea — commercial blind alley. W. O. 
Hlunchard. it maps J Geog 43:62-70 F '44 
BALTIMORE 

Department of education 
Educational priorities for the Baltimore pub- 
lic schools during the war period. 32p 25c 
'42 The dept. 

Education 

Adult education — why? T. A. Van Sant. bib- 
liog t Baltimore B Ed 19:1-8 S '41 

Developing a course of study. L. B. Davis. 
J Health & Phys Ed 12:451-3-1- O '41 

New attack on an old iiuestion. N. Edwards. 
El Sch J 41:654-5 My '41 

Opportunities for an academic or commer- 
cial education at the high school level, il 
Baltimore B Ed 19:9-16 S '41 

Opportunities for an elementary or interme- 
diate education, il Baltimore B Ed 19:26-32 
S -41 

Opportunities for technical workers in the 
industries, il Baltimore B Ed 19:17-23 S '41 

Parent education in the Baltimore public 
schools. S. W. Davis, il Baltimore B Ed 
19:33-7 S '41 

Training for civilian defense, bibliog 11 Bal- 
timore B Ed 19:89-146 F '42 

Training workers for the industries; Colored 
evening vocational school. R. P. Jones. 11 
Baltimore B Ed 19:24-5 S '41 

Training workers for the national defense 
industries. C. W. Sylvester. Baltimore B 
Ed 19:49-66 N '41; Same cond. Am Sch 
Bd J 104:lS-20-f Mr '42 

Social conditions 
Profiles: Baltimore. E. S. Lewis. J Ed Soclol 
17:288-95 Ja '44 

Canton school 
War program at school no. 230. E. L. Ger- 
hardt. Baltimore Bui Ed 21:29-31 S '43 

City college 

Journalism students radio their way to 
mastery of English. J. C. Leonhart. 11 
Baltimore B Ed 18:211-14 My "41; Revised. 
Sch Life 27;36-7-f N '41 

Science for the blind. A. H. Bryan, il Balti- 
more B Ed 19:47 S '41 

Victory corps at Cit.v college. P. B. Stevens. 
il Baltimore B Ed 20:79-83 Mr '43 

Evening high school 
School library service for adults. B. Wiese. 
Baltimore B Ed 19:42-3 S '41 

Dunbar junior high school 
Dunbar in war time. D. AV. Grooms. II 
Baltimore B Ed 20:100-2 Mr '43 

Eastern high school 
In my mind's eye, Horatio. A. M. Zouck. 

Baltimore B Ed 19:187-8 Ap '42 
Victory corps at Ea.^terii. A. H. 'White, il 

Baltimore B Ed 20:83-4 Mr '43 

Forest Park high school 
Victory corps in the Forest Park high 
school. O. K. Schmied. Baltimore B Ed 20: 
S7-S Mr '43 

Frederick Douglass high school 
Douglass high school Victory corps. A. S. 
Cornish, il Baltimore B Ed 20:98-100 Mr 
■43 

High schools 
High school history alert to war. H. Bard. 

il Baltimore B Ed 19:201-7 Ap '42 
Vocational-professional music: Baltimore's 

four-year high school ujusic plan. E. G. 

Hesser. il Ed -Mu.-- Mag 23:32-4 S '43 
Wartime changes in the history course. H. 

Bard, il Sch Executive 62:16-18 O '42 



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127 



BALTIMORE — Continued 

National defense colored vocational 
training school 
National defense colored vocational training 
school. C. W. Sylvester, il Baltimore B 
Ed 19:81-3 N '41 

National defense vocational training 
school 
National defense vocational training school 
J Francey. il Baltimore B Ed 19:69-72 N 
•41 

Ottmar Mergenthaler school 
of printing 
Making better printer.^!. A. Robinson, il 
Baltimore B Ed 19:19-20 S '41 

Patterson Park Junior high school 
Recording as a means of raising the levels 
of speech. J. B. Johnson. Baltimore B Ed 
lS-228 My '41; Same cond. Sch Activities 
15:S8 N •43 „ , i,. i, , , 

Students at the Patterson Parii high school 
answer the call to service. B. T. Rogers, 
il Baltimore B Ed 20:89-94 Mr '43 

Polytechnic institute 
Victorv corps at Poly. W. J. Flagg. il Balti- 
more B Ed 20:75-8 Mr '43; Same. Ed Vic 2: 
17-18 S 1 '43 

Public schools 
Baltimore maintains teaching staffs in war- 
time. J. Jackson. Am Sch Bd J 107:31-2 
N '43 
Baltimore program of education for pupils oi 
superior ability. J. C. Taylor. (In Penn- 
sylvania. University. School of education. 
Roads to the future. p290-4) 
Baltimore's plan for superior pupils. J. L. 

Stenquist. il Nation's Sch 2S;2u-2 O '41 
Developing reading skills and interests thru 
the ciailv newspaper. B. G. Kremen. Nat 
El Prin 20:407-14 Jl '41 
Educational priorities for the Baltimore pub- 
lic schools during the war period. Baltimore. 
Department of education. 32p 25c '42 The 
dept. 
Handwriting instruction in a large city school 
svstem. B. P. Beale. Nat El Prin 20:448-52 
Jl '41 
High school victory corps, il Baltimore B 

Ed 20:73-102 Mr '43 
How the war has affected the work of the 
industrial education department of the 
Baltimore city .schools. S, J. Pawelek. il 
Baltimore B Ed 20:28-30 S '42 
Oral language in the intermediate grades. 
M. C Stevenson and V. L. Mahon. Nat El 
Prin 20:269-77 Jl '41 
Oral language in the primary grades. M. M. 
Glantz and M. C. Cohee. Nat EI Prin 
20:259-68 Jl '41 
Priorities in the social studies. M. A. Adams; 
L. M. Edgett. Baltimore B Ed 20:13-20 S 
•42 
Public education. C. Hirschfeld. bibliog f 
Johns Hopkins University Studies in His- 
torical and Political Science 59 no2: 84-132 
•41 
Spelling as taught in a large city system. 
S. M. Reese and M. W. Fowler, bibliog f 
Nat El Prin 20:458-95 Jl '41 
Stimulating and guiding teachers in the 
improvement of children's oral expression. 
A. R. Deppenbrock and M. L. Schmidtman. 
Nat El Prin 20:570-7 Jl ^41 
■Walters Argonauts . . . art the travel way: 
with Spanish tr. L. D. Poole. Sch Arts 41: 
282-f Ap '42 

Southern high school 
Southern's Victory corps. A. M. Bohle. il 
Baltimore B Ed 20:95-7 Mr "43 

Western high school 
Victorv f-orps at Western hish .■school. L.. M. 

Leary- 'I Baltimore B Ed 20:85-7 Mr '43 
BALTIMORE. Enoch Pratt free library 
Readable books of 1941. Nat Ed A.ssn J 31: 

39-40 F '42 
Readable books of 1942. Nat Ed Assn J 32: 

45-6 F "43 
Readable books of 1943. Nat Ed Assn J 33: 

45-6 F '44 



Educational department 

Sixty educational books of 1941. Phi Delta 
Kappan 24:291-6 Mr '42: Same cond. Nat 
Ed Assn J 31:123-4 Ap '42 

Sixty educational books of 1942. Phi Delta 
Kappan 25:140-4 Mr '43; Same cond. Nat 
Ed Assn J 32:139-40 My '43 

60 educational books of 1943. Nat Ed Assn 
J 33:123-4 My '44 
BALTIMORE symphony orchestra 

\rt plus music. D. D. Poole and M. B. Kline- 
felter, il Sch Arts 42:162-4-1- Ja '43 
BALTOR, Nathan 

Organizing the office-machine course. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Sixteenth yearbook. p34S-53) 

WTiat should secretarial practice do? (In 
Commercial education association of New 
York city and vicinity. Business and busi- 
ness education; eleventh yearbook, p 166-9) 

BALYEAT, Frank Allen „ . „ 

Trends in college-entrance offerings. Sch R 
50:121-7 F '42 
BALZ, Albert George Adam. See Larrabee, H. 

A. Jt. auth. 
BALZ,<\C, Honor^ de 

Balzac centenary: the avant-propos of the 
Com^die humaine. A. Galpin. French R 
16:213-22 Ja '43 
BAMBERGER, Sister Clara Francis 

Int'^rpretation of graphs at the elementary 
school level. (Catholic univ, of Am. Ed. res. 
monographs v 13 no 1) li2p bibliog pa '42 
Catholic ed. press 
BANANA leaf spot 
Banana migration and sigatoka. E. B. Shaw. 
J Geog 40:350-4 D '41 

BANANAS 

Banana migration and sigatoka. E. B. Shaw. 

J Geog 40:350-4 D '41 
Banana republic: story. G. Lagard. Am 
Childh 2S:5(;-7 F '43 
BANCROFT. Clara M. 
Utilizing out-of-class experience. J Home 
Econ 35:283-4 My '43 
BANCROFT, Jessie Hubbell 
Pioneering in physical training — an auto- 
biography, bibliog Am Assn Health Phys 
Ed & Rec Res Q 12:666-78 O '41 
BAND, Bernice Elizabeth 

Job spotter. Prac Home Econ 20:137-8 Ap '42 
BAND shells. See Orchestra shells 
BAND spectra. See Spectrum— Band spectrum 
BANDAGES and bandaging 

Homemade surgical dressings. E. C. Payne. 
bibliog il Prac Home Econ 20:397 N '42 

See also 
Splints (surgery) 
BANDOW, Esther M. See Adams. N. E. jt. 

auth. 

BANDS 
Marine corps Women's reserve band, il Mus 

Educator.s J 30:26-1- S '43 
Music — a military necessity. F. S. Hoerger. 

il Ed Mus Mag 23:30-3 Ja '44 
Music in a Michigan prison. A. D. Thomas. 

il Ed Mus M 21:30-)- Mr '42 
New infantry division band. J. T. Ice. JIus 

Educators J 30:35 Ja '44 
Our anemic array bands. D. E. Douglass. 

Mus Educators J 28:17 S '41 
Our stinted armv bands. Mus Educators J 

28:20 Ja '42 
Postwar school music program and the com- ■ 

munity. P. C Conn. Mus Educators J 30: 

17-18 S '43 
Public school music finds its niche in the 

war effort. M. Righter. 11 Ed Mus M 22: 

22-1- Ja '43 
U.S. army band training centers, il Mus 

Educators J 30:46 N '43 
See also 
Wind instruments 
BANDS, Arm. See Arm bands 

BANDS, School 
Administrators study band situation. F. C. 

McOonnell. Tex Outl 26:6-8 F '42 
All-girl band of Winthrop college. M. Biddle. 

il Etude 59:385-6-1- Je '41 
Arranging for the school band. I. Cooper. 

Sch (Sec ed) 32:707-14 Ap '44 



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BANDS, School — Continued 
ArranKinpT music for your school band. A. O. 

Andersfn. Kmde 61:95 + , 1C6+ F-Mr '43 
Band inKrcdifnts. M. H. Hlndsley. II Ed 

Mus M 21:16+ S; 26-7 N '41 
Band, orchestra, or music? W. D. Revelll. 

Etude 59:821-2+ D '41 
Uaiul navels; the concert tour. J. C. Har- 
per, il Kd .Mus M 21:17-18 N Ml 
Band travels: the contest. D. Hughes. 11 

Kd Mus .M 21:19-21 N '41 
College bands of the United States. W. 

Duerksen. Etude 59:749-50+ N '41 
Emergency rating plan for bands of Missis- 
sippi band masters association. Mus Educa- 
tors J 29:41-2 Ja '43 
Gradc-schooi bands. E. C. Hamiiton. il Mus 

Educator.^ J 3U:24-5-)- F '44 
Here conies the school band. D. K. Antrim. 

ii Woman's Home Companion 69:38 Ja '42 
How can the band function as a part of the 

total music program? G. E. Bushong. Tex 

Outl 26:22-4 Ag '42 
How can the school band serve in defense? 

L,. B. Jones. Mus BMucators J 28:22 F '42 
How do you seat your concert band? 1. 

Cheyette. il Ed Mus il 21:31+ N '41 
Importance of college bands and orchestras 

to the music education department. W. D. 

Revelli. Etude 00:167+ Mr '42 
Making friends across international border; 

high-school band participates. C. E. Leedy 

and D. Leedy. Ed Vic 1:19 Jl 15 '42; Same. 

il Sch Executive 61:11-12 Ag '42 
Making the most of the marching band pro- 
gram. P. C. Dawson. Mus Educators J 

27:39 My '41 
Music in a college training detachment. M. 

Biddle. il Etude 62:211 Ap '44 
Musical pageantry of the gridiron. R, J. Bar- 
rett, il Etude 00:740+ N '42 
Needed initiative through self government. 

J. S. Arnold, il Ed Mus M 22:18+ N '42 
Our band and how it grew. S. M. Metzger. 

Sch Activities 14:305-6 Ap '43 
Pennsylvania all-state band festival. J. W. 

Dunlop. Etude 61:379-80 Je '43 
Pioneer band still making progress. J. G. 

Jones. Sch Activities 15:56 O '43 
Preparator.v bands in grade school. C. AV. 

Brown. Mus Educators J 29:16-1- F '43 
Progressive education and the band. J. C. 

Peery. Ed Mus M 21:22 Ja '42 
Put your band before the public. J. Lambert. 

il Ed Mus M 22:11-14 S '42 
School band in communitv life. T. Kelly. Mus 

Educators J 29:47+ S '42 
School bands in wartime. W. D. Revelli. 

Etude 61:791-2 D '43 
S.O.S. band director. I. S. Jackson. Sch Ac- 
tivities 13:35-6 S '41 
Syllabus and bibliography in the materials 

and methods of instrumental music (band) 

[mimeographed] E. Connette. bibliog pa 

'42 N.Tex, state teachers col. Dept. of 

music. Denton 
Teaching of school bands. M. B. Chenhall. 

Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 30:109-13 O '41 
Tennessee rules on the sphere of the school 

band. M. M. Chambers. Nation's Sch 30: 

27-8 O '42 
Transposition In the high school bandroom. 

M. C. McAdow. il Ed Mus Mag 23:19+ 

N '43 
What school bands do for modern communi- 
ties. A. F. Dunlap. il Etude 40:381+ Je '42 
BANE. Charles Lafayette 
Vitalizing philo.sophy in junior college. Jun 

Col J 14:71-5 O '43 
BANE, Juliet LIta 
Home economics — whither bound? J Home 

Econ 36:1-4 Ja '44 
Isabel Bevier: pioneer home economist; her 

professional career. J Home Econ 34:341-3 

Je '42 
Milestones and guideposts. (In Association 

of land-grant colleges and universities. 

Proceedings. 1940. p46-50) 
BANE, Laverne C. 

Discussion for public service vs. debate 

tournaments. Q J Speech 27:546-9 D '41 
Speech training in elementary schools: a 

challenge, bibliog f Q J Speech 28:221-5 Ap 

•42 
BANE, Lita. See Bane, J. L. 



BANFIELD. Mary Ella W. 
Kxpendilure.x per pupil in city schools. See 
lulled .'flutes, niflce of education 
BANGHAM, Mary Dickerson 
Inter-racial friendship plans. Int J HeliK 

Ed 18:18-19 Ja '42 
No pleasant bread; a one-act sermon-drama. 
Int J HellR Ed 17:18-21 Jl '41 
— and Fowler, A. H. 

Psalmists' magnidcat; an extended tableau 
for a Christmas service. Int J Relig Ed 20: 
15+ D '43 
BANGOR, Pennsylvania 

High school 

riayniaker.x who do make plays. H. O. Elscn- 
herj,'. il .Vm .'^ch Bd J 105:17-18 D '42 
BANGS. Athlyn V. 

Unit on western United States for middle 
grades, bibliog Instr 51:23+ F '42 
BANISTER, Margaret S. 

Soldier and his health overseas. Nat El Prln 
23:46 F '44 
BANK, Theodore P. 

Army athletics. (In College physical educa- 
tion association. Proceedings. 1941. p95-8) 

Army pliysical conditioning program. J 
Health & Phys Eld 14:195-7+ Ap '43 
BANKE, C^cile de. See De Banke. C. 
BANKER, Harriet P. 

(ed) Lamp of experience. See numbers of 
Business education world 
BANKHARD. Henry A. 

Experimental 220-volt three-phase motor. Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 32:78-9 F '43 
BANKS, Lee Frazer 

Portrait 

Am Sch Bd J 105:28 S '42 
BANKS, Murray 

Con.struction of a distributive education cur- 
riculum based on a Job analysis, bibliog t 
Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:6-7 Ja '43 

Consumer education and the war. J Bus Ed 
17:15-16+ Ap '42 

Consumer education and victory. Nation's Sch 
31:15 Ja '43 

Cooperative distributive education comes to 
Millville. J Bus Ed 17:27-9 Ja '42 

Course of study in distributive education 
based on job analysis. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
32:198-201 My '43 

Educating the consumer for wartime living. 
J Ed Soc 16:456 Jlr '43 

Establishing store relationships for a co- 
operative program of distributive educa- 
tion. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:370-2 N '43 

How to teach an employee. Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 33:191 My '44 

Instructional methods in distributive educa- 
tion. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 33:47-8 F '44 

Job analysis basic to a course of study in 
distributive education, bibliog f Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 31:417-20 D '42 

Job training methods for retail executives. 
J Bsns Ed 19:21-2 F '44 

Our work-study plan for retail selling. Na- 
tion's Sch 31:43-4 My '43 

Pupil personnel problems in a vocational dis- 
tributive education program. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 33:13-16 Ja '44 

Ten commandments for distributive educa- 
tion. Bsns Ed World 24:143 N '43 

Ten questions for the teacher of typewriting. 
J Bus Ed 18:19-20 F '43 

Vocational approach to education for dis- 
tributive occupations. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
32:231-2 Je '43 

— See Proctor. A. S. jt. aulh. 
BANKS. School 

Alameda students operate a real bank. E. 
Roemer. Calif J Sec Ed 19:52-4 Ja '44 

Bookkeeping students operate school savings 
department. R. B. Hoffmann. Comm Ed B 
26:60-2 My '41 

Cost of school savings. J. R. Dunkerlev. 
Banking 33:80-1 D '40 

Our pupils run a bank. W. Templeton. il Bus 
Ed World 22:315-17 D '41 

Practical method of training in personal fi- 
nance. J Bus Ed 17:26 Je '42 



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129 



BANKS, School — Continued 
School savings banking, school year, 1940-41; 
22d annual report on systems throughout 
the United States with honor roll and com- 
parative statistics. American bankers as- 
sociation. Savings division. 26c '41 The 
assn, 22 E 40th st. N.Y. 
BANKS and banking 
Money and banking. F. A. Bradford, new 

and rev cd bibliog $3.75 '41 Longmans 
Trends in American banking abroad. C. W. 
Phelps. Social Studies 34:357-61 D '43 

WTiat can you expect from a banker? F. D. 
Brewer, il Prac Home Econ 20:133-4-f- Ap 
■42 

Ration coupon handling 

Ration banking system. B. R. Haynes. il Bus 
Ed World 23:554-7 My '43 

Units of VKork 
Farmer goes banking. L.. C. Chambers. Instr 

53:25 Mr '44 
Teaching of banking services. M. C. Smith. 

il J Bus Ed 18:15-16-1- Ap '43 
Teaching techniques for a unit on banking. 
M. E. Meiring. (In Eastern commercial 
teachers' association. Fifteenth yearbook. 
p260-6) 
BANKSTON, Marvin, and Norman, L. V. 
Should we teach conservation? Nation's Sch 
29:22 My '42 
BANNER, Warren M. 
Profiles: New York. J E<J Sociol 17:272-9 Ja 
■44 
BANNING, Evelyn 
Exploratory course cuts language failures in 
half at Barnstable high school. Clearing 
House 17:10 S '42 
BANQUETS. See Dinners and dining 
BAPTIST, Eleanor 
Orderly way — tenure. Mid Sch 58:225-t- Ap '44 
Sneak attack in education. Clearing House 

17:540 My '43 
Sneak attack in education. Ed Digest 9:47-9 
S '43 
BAPTISTS 

Education 
Baptist leaders in religious education. J. M. 
Price, ed. $1.25 '43 Broadman 
BAPTY, Gertrude 
Religious training: from kindergarten to col- 
lege. Sch (El ed) 30:410-12 Ja '42 
BARANYAI, Erzsebet I. 
Relation of comprehension to technique in 
reading, bibliog Pedagog Sem 59:3-26 S 
'41 
BARASH, Meyer 
Problem of teaching a course on the family. 
Social Forces 20:87-8 O '41 
BARBER, Anson B. 
Regional vocational business schools. Ed 62: 
13.'!-41 N '41 
BARBER, Edith Michael 
AD.\'s working con'\'ention. por Prac Home 

Econ 20:437-8-t- D '42 
1943 ADA conference. Prac Home Econ 21:465 
D '43 
BARBER. J. W. 
First there must be knowledge. Sch (El ed) 
31:627-9 Mr '43 
BARBER, Joseph Earl 
Activity period sells itself. Nation's Sch 28:51 
O '41 
BARBER, Lucille Locke 
Beginning teachers in one-room schools; a 
problem in teacher-education. El Engl R 19: 
29-35 Ja '42 
Put children's patriotism to work. J Ed 
125:9 Ja '42 
BARBO, Kareen H. 
Surprise luncheons. Prac Home Econ 21:299 
S '43 

BARBOUR, Harriot Buxton, and Freeman, 
W. S. 
How to teach children to know music. 256p 
$2.50 '42 Smith & Durrell, inc, 25 W 45th 
St, N.Y. 



BARBOUR, Philip L. 

Developments in short-wave broadcasts to 
the Americas. (In Institute for education 
by radio. Education on the air; twelfth 
yearbook, 1941. p 105-9) 
BARBOUR, Richmond 

Choosing textbooks in San Diego. Sch Exec- 
utive 02:15-16 S '42 

Elementary-school housing: an appraisal of a 
wartime expedient. EI Sch J 42:597-002 Ap 
'42 

Independent summer workshop. Nat El Prin 
21:256-9 Jl '42 

War's effects on children. J Ed 126:144-5 My 
'43 
BARBOUR, Thomas 

Harvard's eateria; Professor Barbour serves 

unusual luncheons to great scientists in the 

Agassiz museum, il pors Life 15:49-50-t- 

D 13 '43 

BARCLAY, Marion Stearns, and Walters, C. F. 

Wartime program in home economics educa- 
tion; a guide for home economics teach- 
ers in Florida high schools (a supplement to 
Home economics course of study for Florida 
high schools) (Fla. program for improve- 
ment of schools. Bui. no45) 156p bibliog pa 
'43 Fla. Dept. of ed. Tallahassee 
BARCLAY, Wade Crawford 

Christian education around the world con- 
tinues in spite of the war. Int J Relig Ed 
18:6-74- Jl '42 
BARCUS, Thomas Rankin 

Carnegie corporation and college libraries, 
1938-1943. 59p bibliog maps pa '43 Carnegie 
corp. of N.Y, 522 5th av, N.Y. 

Carnegie study of the libraries of tech- 
nological colleges. J Eng Ed 32:424-33 Ja 
'42 
BARD, Harry 

High school history alert to war. Baltimore 
B Ed 19:201-7 Ap '42 

To a teacher in the service from one in the 
classroom. J Ed 125:250-1 N '42 

Tommy Jones goes to war. Nat Ed Assn J 
32:138 My '43 

Wartime changes in the history course. Sch 
Executive 62:16-18 O '42 

W'e've gone to war before, bibliog f Soc Ed 
6:106-8 Mr '42 
— and Carr, W. G. 

Education — tlie neglected area in interna- 
tional co-operation. Social Ed 8:201-4 My '44 
BARD college 

Bard college establishes a school of public 
affairs for undergraduates. F. E. Hirsch. 
Sch & Soc 57:53-4 Ja 9 '43 

Inter-American student conference, New 
York, April 16-18, 1943. Inst Int Ed News 
B 18:12 Ap '43 

Institute for economic education 
Research in educational film [mimeographed] 
(Release no2) 57p bibliog $1: free to ed. 
institutions '41 The inst. Annandale-on- 
Hudson. N.Y. 
BARDELMEIER, Fannie M. 
Library at University high school. Sch & 
Com 29:16-17 Ja '43 
BARDEN, John Glenn 
Suggested program of teacner training for 
mission schools among the Batetela. (Con- 
tributions to ed. noS53) ISlo bibliog $2.35 
'41 Teachers col; Abstract. Teach Col Rec 
43:575-6 Ap '42 
BARDSLEY, Roger Edwin. See Knott. J. R. 

jt. auth. 
BARDWELL, C. A. 
Group tests helped me. Sch (El ed) 32:114-15 
O '43 

BARDWELL, Muriel J. 
Economic considerations of teachers in the 
crisis. N Y State Ed 30:490-2-|- Ap "43 
BARDWELL, Richard Woleben 
Pressures on the schools. Wis J Ed 76:10-1- 
S '43 

BAREUTHER, Nora S. 
All-out for victory; play. Grade Teach 59: 
36-1- Je '42 
BARGEN, Bernhard 
Efficiency ratio in shorthand transcription. 
Bsns Ed World 24:0-8 S '43 



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BARGEN, Bernhard -Continued 
jol.-sliDp iMcthud ill offlcfi practice, por Bus 
Kil Wc.rUl -2:l7-i;i, 131-3. 245-7 S-N '41 

BARGER, Thomas Morse „ ,. ,, i 

PsycholoBV of high school physics. Sen Scl 

& Math 43:303-8 Ap '43 
TrainiiiB the lay science teacher. J Higher 
Kd i:i;2i:i-.'>ii .My '42 
BARHAM, Helen. .Sec Greuluch. V. A. Jt. auth. 
BARHAM, Thomas Chester, Jr 
Uemoiracv in school udministration. bibliog i 

Am Sell' Ud J 101:15-17+ Je '42 
How nnich progress through progressive edu- 
cation? Sch & See 55:704-7 Je 20 '42 
New York city's activity program experi- 
ment. Curric J 13:ltJl-5 Ap 42 
Peace— the great delusion. Sch & Soc 54:509- 

11 D G '41 
Teaching peace, war, and pacifism. Am Sch 
lid .1 104:27-8+ Mr '42 
BARICH, Garrott 
Homo workshop program as a hobby. InU 
Arts & Voc Ed 31:19A-20A Ap '42 
BARIUM 

Analysis 
Coprecipitation of barium in group II of the 
qualitative procedure. W. T. Hall. J Chem 
Ktl 21:17 Ja '« 

BARKAN, Samuel H. , . j 

Relationship between sizes of school sites and 
land costs. Am Sch Bd J 108:34-5 Ja '44 
BARKER, Catherine Ann 
7lh grade mathematics yuletide greeting. Sch 
Sci & JIath 42:890 D '42 
BARKER, Edwin 
Y.M.C.A. and adult education. World Assn 
Aduil Ed B 2d s 32:1-7 F '43 

BARKER, Ernest , , ,^^, ,„^ 

Educational aims. Fortnightly 15S(ns 162): 
236-42 O '42 

BARKER, Helen ^ , „. ,„ , 

Lounges for leisure. Nations Sch 2i:46 Je 
'41 
BARKER, Howard ^ „ , , 

Are vour buildings insured for all they re 
worth? Sch Executive 62:44-5+ Je '43 
BARKER, Joseph Warren 

Contrihution of schools and colleges to the 
United States navy program. (In Middle 
states association of colleges and secondary 
schools. Proceedings. 1942. p-il-'J) 

Current N.C.T.P. developments. J Eng Ed 
34:318-25 D '43 

Men, education and war. (In Eastern associa- 
tion of college and university business 
otHcers. Minutes of the twenty-third annual 
meeting, 1942. p23-9) 

Navy department and our colleges in war- 
time. (In National conference of college 
and university presidents. Higher educa- 
tion and the war. p32-41) 

Navy's need for engineers. J Eng Ed 33:33-6 
S '42 

Recent developments in the navy college 
training program. J Eng Ed 34:63-72 S '43 
BARKER, Lewellys Franklin 

Psychotherapy — a modern medical science. 
American Scholar 11 no2:201-7 [Ap] '42; 
Same cond. Ed Digest 8:27-9 S '42 

BARKER, Lois H. 

Victory Christmas: play. Instr 52:50+ D '42 

BARKER, M. Elizabeth 
Study of school lunch problems: an e.vperi- 
mental proiect for rural teachers-in-train- 
ing. Minn J Ed 23:112-13 N '42 

BARKER, Margaret Bradford 

New horizons in the social education of 

teachers. N Y State Ed 31:496-8+ Ap '44 

Visit to the home of a prospective collCRe 

freshman. Nat Assn Deans Women J 6: 

76-80 Ja '43 

BARKER, Roger Oarlock 
Didiculties of communication between edu- 
cators and psychologists: some speculations, 
bibliog J Ed Psychol 33:416-26 S '42 
Is knowledge powerless? Sch & Soc 55:48-9 
Ja 10 '42 



Success and failure in the classroom. Progres 
Ed 19:221-4 Ap '42 
— Dembo, Tamara; and Lewin, Kurt 

Studies In topological and vector psychology 
[v]2; Frustration and regression; an ex- 
periment with young children. (Studies ns 
no38G. Studies in child welfare v 13 no 1) 
3I4p bibliog II diags $1.70; pa J1.35 '« 
Umv. of Iowa 
— and others 

(eds) Child behavior and development; a 
course of representative studies. (McGraw- 
Hill pubs, in psychology) 652p $4 '43 Mc- 
Graw-Hill 
BARKER, Russell Harold 

Storyteller role. Col Engl 3:433-42 F '42 
BARKLEY, Ella M. „ . 

Assembly drill on parliamentary law. Sen 
Activities 13:186-9 Ja '42 
BARKUEY, F. E. ^ , ,_, 

.School magazine as an enterprise. Sch (El 
ed) 32:248-9 N '43 
BARKLEY, Key Lee 
Development of the moral Judgment of col- 
lege students, bibliog Character 4i Per- 
.sonality 10:199-212 Mr '42 
Relative inlluence of commercial and liberal 
arts curricula upon changes in students 
attitudes, bibliog Journal of Social Psy- 
eholog>- 15:129-44 F '42 
BARKLEY, William 

Spelling-reform. J Ed London 74:214+ My 
12 
BARKSDALE, Norval Palmer 
Faculty co-operation with the library staff. 
J Higher Ed 13:146-9+ Mr '42 

BARLIEB, Calvin 

Thomas Jefferson's conception of democracy. 
bibliog f Sch & Soc 59:241-3 Ap 8 "44 
BARLOW, Howard W. ,, _ 

Aeronautical relationships with the E.C.P.D. 
J Eng Ed 34:392-4 Ja '44 

Civilian pilot training courses. (In Central 
association of university and college busi- 
ness officers. Minutes of thirty-second meet- 
ing, 1942. p 106-11) 

BARLOW, J. W. 
Mv bov learns to manage money. Parents 
'.Mag 18:25+ O '43 
BARLOW, Joseph W. 
Workbook for Basic Spanish. 74p pa 75c '41 

Crofts 
BARLOW, Melvin L. See Jackey, D. F. jt. 

auth. 
BARMACK, Frank 
Promotion-bv-age and the high school. H 

Points 25:72-6 N '43 
BARNARD, Anne Hawkins 
Play safe in home economics. Prac Home 

)->on 22:156+ Ap '44 
BARNARD, Eunice (Fuller) (Mrs Seymour 

Barnard) ^, 

Business looks at the schools. Progres Ed 

20:322-4 N '43 
Deflnitelv woman's work. Independent Wom- 
an 21:106-8 Ap '42 ^ , . ,„ 
Food joins the three R's. Survey Graphic 32: 

428-31 N '43 ^, 

Schools for a new era. Independent uoman 

21 '262-4+ S '42 
Thev made good in college: the eight year 

study of progressive school graduates. 

Progres Ed 20:356-9 D '43 
BARNARD, Howard Olive . 

Better training for teachers; unsatisfactory 

school practice. Times Ed Sup 1420:318 Jl 

IS '42 
Central or modern school. J Ed London 73: 

417-19 O '41 
Fra<;ment on education and other matters. 

taken from old Moore's Newtopia. Adult 

Ed 16:129-37 Mr '44 
School practice: training for graduate teach- 
ers. Times Ed Sup 1477:404 Ag 21 '43 
Training of teachers: emergency scheme. 

Times Ed Sup 1496:5 Ja 1 '44 
Training of teachers; links between college 

and university. Times Ed Sup 1385:543 N 15 

'41 
BARNARD. J. Darrell 
Lecture-demonstration versus the problem- 
solving method of teaching a college science 

course. Sci Ed 26:121-32 O '42 



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131 



BARNARD, Raymond Humphrey 
Speech training in wartime. Sch Activities 15: 
21-2 S '43 
BARNARD, Mrs Seymour. See Barnard, E. F. 
BARNARD college 
Barnard college reading tests. Sch & Soc 
54:8 Jl 5 '41 
BARNES, Albert Coombs 
Barnes foundation. V. De Mazia. il House & 
Garden 82:36-40+ D '42 
BARNES, Eva 

Hobby (air. Sch (El ed) 32:491-3 F "44 
BARNES, Gerald 
Education tor 1950. Am Assn Univ Prof B 29: 
218-28 Ap '43 
BARNES, Gertrude. See Hale, S. H. jt. auth. 
BARNES, Gladys Aspasia 
If everybody studies Spanish. Hispania 25: 
456-8 D '42 
BARNES, H. G. 
Using colonies of bees for instruction. Sch 
(Sec ed) 32:125-7 O '43 
BARNES, Harry Grinnell 
Speech handbook: a manual for a first course 
in speech training. (Prentice-Hall speech 
and drama bks) 138p bibliog pa $1 '41 
Prentice-Hall 
BARNES, Jeanne H. 
We, too. like to play. Childh Ed 18:301-5 
Mr '42 
BARNES, Mrs Mary D. 
How the classroom teacher sees the NEA. 

Front Democ 8:138-40 F '42 
Problems of maintaining the health and se- 
curity of the teacher. (In Eastern com- 
mercial teachers' association. Fourteenth 
year'oook. p391-6) 
BARNES, May M. 

Good Americans all! Am Childh 29:24-5 O '43 
BARNES, Melvin Wallace 
Gains on the ACE psychological examination 
during the freshman-sophomore years. Sch 
& Soc 57:250-2 F 27 '43 
Relationship of the study of mathematics to 
Q-scores on the ACE psychological exam- 
ination. Sch Sci & Math 43:581-2 Je '43 
Root words and current meanings. Sch & Soc 

56:610-11 D 19 '42 
Stereoscopic views of aerial photographs. Sch 
Sci & Math 43:675-8 O '43 
— and Mouser, G. W. 

Comparative performance of high school and 
university freshmen on a test of biological 
misconceptions. Sch Sci & Math 43:447-50 
My '43 
BARNES, Mildred Wier 
Unearthing a children's classic. El Engl K 
19:296-7 D '42 
BARNES, Richard Alan 
Discovering student needs. J Higher Ed 12: 
469-72 D '41 

Is high school adequate preparation for col- 
lege? Sch & Soc 55:649-51 Je 6 '42 
BARNES, Sherman Bisbea 
Democracy and the social studies, bibliog f 
Soc Studies 34:147-52 Ap '43 

Perspectives on the idea of progress, bibliog f 
Ed Forum 8:459-66 My '44 

Present-minded or past-rainded history? bib- 
liog f Soc Studies 32:340-3 D '41 
BARNES foundation 

Barnes foundation; its origin and program 
for stud.v of appreciation of art. il House 
& Garden 82:36-55+ D '42 
BARNETT, Claude A. 

ROle of the press, radio, and motion pic- 
ture and Negro morale, bibliog f J Negro 
Ed 12:474-89 Jl '43 
BARNETT, George L. 

Wartime course in English, por Esns Ed 
World 24:317-21 F '44 

BARNETT, Glenn, and Hutchinson, Marguerite 
Elementary pupils participate. Sch & Com 
28:168-70 Ap '42 

BARNETT, Grace Treleven 
May calendar. Grade Teach Gl:9 Mv '44 
Mother's day folders. Grade Teach" 61:13 My 

'44 
— See Barnett, O. E. jt. auth. 

— and Barnett, O. E. 
Valentines. Grade Teach 61:31 F '44 



BARNETT, M. L. 
More about etched glass. Sch Arts 41:205 P 

•42 
BARNETT, Martin K. 
Brief history of thermometry. J Chem Ed 

18:358-64 Ag '41 

BARNETT, Olive Elizabeth, and Barnett, G. T. 

Animal seatwork. Grade Teach 61:25 S '43 

Bear built-up story. Grade Teach 61:21 N '43 

Bird babies' meal time. Grade Teach 59:41 

Je '42 
Bird borders. Grade Teach 61:29 My '44 
Book plates. Grade Teach 61:37 N '43 
Book week poster. Grade Teach 61:47 N '43 
Borders easv to make. Grade Teach 59:31 

Ja '42 
[Calendars for the month] Grade Teach 59: 

11 O '41; 11 My; 60:11 D "42; 61:13 O; 9 N 

■43; 9 My '44 
Children's parade. Grade Teach 59:18-19 Je 

'42 
Christmas borders. Grade Teach 59:59 D '41 
(Christmas greeting cards. Grade Teach 59: 

35 D '41; 60:43 D '42 
Columbine and poppy borders. Grade Teach 

C0:45 S '42 
Defense poster. Grade Teach 60:47 Ja '43 
Farm booklet cover. Grade Teach 50:39 Mr '42 
Greeting cards for Mother's day. Grade 

Teach 60:35 My '43 
Hallowe'en borders. Grade Teach 61:29 O '43 
Hallowe'en seatwork. Grade Teach 61:27 O 

'43 
Health borders. Grade Teach 60:43 Mr '43 
Matching seatwork. Grade Teach 59:23 O; 

27 D '41; 29 Ap '42 
Number seatwork. Grade Teach 61:33 O '43 
Our navy; patriotic borders and booklets; 

.sailor boys. Grade Teach 59:18-19 My '42 
Patriotic borders. Grade Teach 59:47 S '41 
Plant a garden; poster. Grade Teach 59: 

42-3 Ap '42 
Spring borders. Grade Teach 60:34 My '43 
Thanksgiving borders. Grade Teach 59:35 N 

•41 
Things to make. Grade Teach 59:29 Ja '42 
Toy store things to make. Grade Teach 61: 

18-19 Mr '44 
Turkey border or window decoration. Grade 

Teach 60:29 N '42 
Valentine borders. Grade Teach 59:31 F '42 
—See Barnett, G. T. jt. auth. 
BARNETT, Sidney N. 
Joint department meetings: an experiment 

in cooperation. H Points 23:21-8 My '41 
— and others 

Experiment in cooperative te.xtbook writing. 

H Points 23:51-4 S '41 
BARNETT, U. C. 
1891: my first effort in the teaching game. 

Clearing House 16:534-6 My '42 
BARNETTE, W. Leslie, jr 
Intere.'^ts of business college students: an 

indirect validation of the .Strong blank. 

bibliog J Ap Psychol 27:93-100 F '43 
BARNHART, Edwrard N. 
Developmental stages in compositional con- 
struction in children's drawings. J Exper 

Ed 11:156-84 D '42 
BARNHART, Wilbur S. 
Problems and issues with reference to teach- 
ing procedures in business arithmetic. (In 

National business teachers association. 

Probleins and issues in business education; 

seventh yearbook. p227-31) 
State certification of teachers of business 

education. J Bus Ed 17:13-14 N '41 
BARNHILL, Owen H. 
Burbank schools training 6000 aircraft work- 
ers. Am Sch Bd J 102:43-4 Je '41 
BARNOUW, Erik 
Pyramus and Thisbe; in two versions: for 

stage and for radio. Ed 62:407-14 Mr '42 
BARNSTABLE, Massachusetts 
High school 
Exploratory course cuts language failures In 

half at Barnstable high school. E. Banning. 

Clearing House 17:10 S '42 
BARNSTORFF, Hermann 
First le.<;son in a beginning class. Mod Lang 

J 27:251-3 Ap '43 
German literature in translation published 

by Poet lore. 1891-1939. bibliog Mod Lang J 

25:711-15 O '41 



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BAROCCI, Louis F. 
DraflinK for irlrls. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32: 

IH Mr '43 
Factors to consider In purchaslnB luniber. 

Ind Arts .li Voc Ed 32:170 Ap 'IS 
Glulns wood. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:75-6 F 

•43 
Inventory sheet. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:177+ 

Ap '43 
Two-tone finish on oak. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 

;!2:215-f My '43 
Woodworking test. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 

19-20 Ja '42 

BAROMETERS 
Outguessing the weather. R. L. Whitney, il 

Grade Teach 60:47-1- Mr '43 
BARR, Alfred Hamilton, 1902- 
Modern art makes history, too. College Art 

Journal 1:3-6 N '41; Summary. Art Digest 

16:14 D 15 '41 
BARR, Arvil Sylvester 
Measurement and prediction of teaching effl- 

ciency. bibliog R Ed Res 13:218-23 Je '43 
Recruitment. institutional selection, and 

guidance of teachers, bibliog R Ed Res 13: 

224-7 Je '43 
(ed) Kesearch abstracts and bibliographies. 

See numbers of Journal of educational re- 
search 
School as usual. J Ed Res 35:356-7 Ja '42 
Systematic evaluation in the professional 

education of teachers. J Ed Res 34:689-92 

My '41 
Time, money, energy factor in experimental 

pvahiation. J Ed Res 35:142-3 O '41 
To our readers. J Ed Res 37:43-5 S '43 
BARR, Ernest Scott 
Concerning some terminology in rotation. Am 

J Physics 12:107 Ap '44 
BARR, Stringfellow 
Appeal to the colleges; obligations of the 

liberal arts college. Vital Speeches 8:700-1 

S 1 '42 
College of the future. New York Times 

Magazine p7-f- My 9 '43 
Education of freemen. New Republic 107:248- 

50 Ag 31 '42 
Two years of high school, then college. Sec 

Ed 11:14-16 Ap '43 
Barr suggests that colleges admit students 

after two years of high school. Newsweek 

21:78 Mr 1 '43 
Plato on the Severn. R. Pierre, Ed Forum 

8:271-8 Mr '44; Same cond. Ed Digest 9:38- 

41 Ap '44 
Rebel in education. R. Pierre, por Christian 

Science Monitor Weekly Magazine Section 

p4 N 6 '43 
BARR£, Isaac 
Colonel Isaac Barr^ — cossack of the opposi- 
tion; the opening of his career. D. C. 

Bryant, bibliog f Q J Speech 30:55-64 F '44 
BARRELL, Edgar A. Jr 
Role of the schools in defense. See Wood- 
bury. New Jersey. Board of education 
BARRER, R. M. and Andrews, J. P. 
Future of technical colleges. Nature 152:80, 

3S7-S Jl 17, O 2 '43 
BARRET, Le Roy Carr 
Note on Aen, XII, 473-478, Class J 39:412 Ap 

'44 
BARRETT, Barbara 

Baboushka— a legend. Instr 53:21 D '43 
BARRETT, Franklin L. 
Phonics aren't phoney! Sch (El ed) 30:114-16 

O '41 
Phonics can be fun. Sch (EI ed) 30:212-16 

N '41 
Weeds in A garden of stories. Sch (El ed) 

32:48-53 S '43 
BARRETT, George H. 
Does the private business school curriculum 

meet the needs of business? (In Commer- 
cial education association of New York 

city and vicinity. Business and business 

education; eleventh yearbook, p 179-83) 
BARRETT, Justin, and Maloney, M. W. 
Mark Hopkins school. North Adams, Mass. 

Nation's Sch 23:54-5 D '41 
BARRETT, Lawrence A. 
Let the music continue. Sch Executive 62:21-1- 

Ag '43; Same. -Mus Educators J 30:62 S '43 



BARRETT, Robert J. 
Musical puKtantry of the gridiron. Etude 60: 
74'!+ N '42 
BARRINGTON, Shute 
Bisliop Siiuto Barrington's educational ex- 
periment, F. U. Brunsklll. London Quar- 
terly and Holhorn Review 168:71-5 Ja '43 
BARRINGTON, Rhode Island 

Public schools 
Barrington cost-of-living salaries adjustment. 

R. D. McLeary. Am Sch Bd J 107:26-8 N; 

21-3 D '43 
Guidance and remedial work at Barrlngton, 

Rhode Island. Am Sch Bd J 108:42 My '44 
Schools of the people. Harvard university. 

Graduate school of education, pa {I '43 

The sch, Com, on pubs, 16 Lawrence hall. 

Cambridge, Mass. 
BARRIS Chester 
Psychology of the visual approach to scales. 

(In .Music teachers national SLSsociatlon. 

Proceedings. 1941. p 108-73) 
BARRON, Belle B. 
Extension tables made easy. Sch (El ed) 

30:500-2 F '42 
Hectograph pad. Sch (El ed) 30:772-3 My '42 

BARRON, Ethel F. 
Good laws and good Americans; play, Instr 
50:42-f S '41 
BARRON, Minerva Rogers 

Its fun to create. Sch Arts 41:112-13 D '41 
BARRON, R. Lano 
Adults plan to meet production goals, Ag Ed 

M 15:68 O '42 
Boys make cotton dusters In vocational agri- 
culture shop, Ag Ed M 15:113 D '42 
Substitute for field trips, Ag Ed M 15:6 Ji 
'42 
BARRON, Wisconsin 

High school 

Social science comes to life through a com- 
munity trade survey. J. E. Hoar. 11 Na- 
tion's Sch 30:16-18 Ag '42 
BARROW, Clark L. See Brouillette, J. W. 

jt. auth. 
BARROW, W. Oral 

Farm mechanics to receive greater emphasis. 
Sch & Com 28:302-3 O '42 
BARROWS, Alice Prentice 

Assistance on school plant problems as a 
function of state departments of education. 
See United States, Office of education 

Modem demountable construction for school 
buildings. See United States, OfUce of edu- 
cation 

Alice Prentice Barrows, A. B. Moehlman. 
Nation's Sch 30:13 S '42 
BARROWS, Garland J, 

School and community liistory; a class proj- 
ect. Sch (El ed) 31:62-4 S '42 

Teachers' group meetings. Sch (El ed) 32: 
257-9 N '43 

War work for teacher and pupil. Sch (El 
ed) 30:579-81 Mr '42 
BARROWS. Harlan Harland; Parker, E. P; 
and Middlebrook, P, H. 

Journeys in distant lands: teacher's guide. 
(Barrows-Parker geography ser) rev ed 48p 
40c '41 Silver 
BARROWS, Thomas Nichols 

College credit for men in service. North Cen 
-Vssn Q 18:171-2 O '43 
BARRY, Cora Miner 

On the high-school training level, what 
minimum standards In technical .skills are 
essential to wartime efficiency? (In Eastern 
commercial teachers' association. Sixteenth 
yearbook, p 152-8) 
BARRY, Iris (Mrs John E. Abbott) 

Development of motion pictures in America, 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook, p 157-02) 

Work of the Museum of modern art film 
libran'. (In National society for the study 
of education. Fortieth yearbook. p700-4) 

BARRY, John J. 
Father Tabb. Cath Ed R 42:149-55 -Mr '44 
Lionel Johnson. Cath Ed R 40:76-94 F '42 



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133 



BARRY, Mary Elizabeth 
Children of the other Americas. See Pan 
American union. Division of intellectual co- 
operation 
BARRY, Robert F. 
School shop and the first Job. Occupations 22: 

190-2 D '43 
Some notes on the use of optional test items. 
J Ed Psychol 34:503-S N '43 

BARRY, Ursula M. 
Mother Nature and camouflage. Sch Arts 43: 
32-3-t- S "43 
BARSS, Richard H. 
Oregon teachers win battle for state sup- 
port. Nat Ed Assn J 32:59-60 F '43 
BARSTAD, Anvor 

(ed) See Teachers college. Columbia uni- 
versity. Register of doctoral dissertations, 
1937-1041 
BARSTOW, Robbins Wolcott 
Help for nisei students. Christian Century 
59:S3G-7 JI 1 '42 
BARTEAU, C. Irene. See Farrar. E. M. jt. 

auth. 
BARTELS, Fred C. 
Blueprinting box. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30: 
399-400 N '41 
BARTHOLOMEW, Marshall 
Music in a world at war. Mus Educators J 
28:15+ My '42 
BARTKY, John A. and Wattenberg, W. W. 
Community .studies in general education. 
Harvard Ed R 12:396-404 O '42 
BARTLETT, Beulah D. and Monroe. B. F. 
Classifluation: a formula. EC I.uth 21:171-7 
Ja '42 
BARTLETT, Boyd Wheeler 
Coefficients of friction greater than unity. 

Ain J Physics 12:4S F '44 
Physics at the United States military 
academy. Am J Physics 12:78-91 Ap '44 

BARTLETT, C. J. 

Citizens or machine fodder? an industrial 
blue-print for education. Times Ed Sup 
1439:577 N 28 '42 
BARTLETT, Edward Randolph 

Teaching religion in a democracy, por Teach 
Col J 15:70-1 Ja '44 

What college graduates should know about 
religion, bibliog Christian Ed 25:39-46 O '41 
BARTLETT, Frank William, and Johnson, T. 
W. 

Engineering descriptive geometry and draw- 
ing; a treatise on line drawing, descriptive 
geometry, and engineering or mechanical 
drawing, for the use of midshipmen at the 
United States naval academy. 572p il diags 
$4.50 '41 Wiley 
BARTLETT, Hall 

Social studies for the air age: a text for 
high school students: prepared with the 
cooperation of the U.S. Civil aeronautics 
administration. (Air-age ed. ser) 169p bib- 
liog il maps 60c '42 Macmillan 

Social studies teacher and the air age. Ed 
63:105-10 O '42 

. — See Aldrich. J. C. Jt. auth. 
BARTLETT, Herbert F. 

Student harvest- work program. Ag Ed M 15: 
226-7-)- Je '43 
BARTLETT, Kenneth G. 

Assigned out-of-school listening. Va J Ed 
36:261-2 Mr '43 

Broadcasting a public-opinion poll. (In In- 
stitute for education by radio. Education 
on the air; fourteenth yearbook, 1943. p319- 
23) 

How to use radio. 32p gratis "41 Nat. as.sn. 
of broadcasters. 1626 K st. NW, Wash- 
ington. D.C. 

Radio review for 1943. Q J Speech 30:105-10 
F '44 

Radio war programs. Q J Speech 29:100-3 
F '43 

We take you now to — •. See numbers of 
Association for education by radio Journal 
October 1942- 
BARTLETT, Ruhl Jacob 

Geographical interpretation of history. Soc 
Studies 32:250-2 O '41 

Social studies and democracy. Soc Ed 7: 
161-4 Ap '43 



BARTLETT, Russell Sturgis 

Guidance and placement of engineering stu- 
dents. J Eng Ed 33:535-51 Mr "43 
Re-appraisal of values in the selection of 
engineering students. J Eng Ed 32:227-38 
N '41 
BARTLETT, Warren L. See Siebens, C. R. Jt. 

auth. 
BARTON, Becky 
Midwestern trends in workers' education. 
Ailult Ed J 1:34-6 Ja '42 
BARTON, Clara Harlowe 
Angel of the battlefield. E. C. Fishburn and 
M. S. Fenner. por Nat Ed Assn J 31:85-6 
Mr '42 
When CHara Barton was your age; a Decem- 
ber birthday story. E. R. Taylor, il Am 
Chiidh 29:10-12 D '43 
BARTON, Dorothy 

Edwin Emerv Slosson: a chemist of the West, 
biblioer J Chem Ed 19:17-20 Ja '42 
BARTON, Erselia M. 
Reindeer-land and camel-land. J Geog 43: 
111-15 Mr '44 
BARTON, Frederick Bushnell 
Eackv>ard children; a Michigan school speeds 
th.i slow of mind. Rotarian 61:36-8 S '42 
BARTON, Helen Margaret 
Study of the development of textbooks in 
physiology and hygiene in the United 
States. Am Assn Health Phys Ed Sz Rec 
Res Q 14:37-45 Mr '43 
BARTON, Lucy 
Julius Caesar, a history play. Sch (Sec ed) 
31:689-94 Ap '43 
BARTON, Sister Mary Xaveria 
Chemistry and integration. J Chem Ed 20: 
382-4 Ag '43 
BARTON, Thomas Frank 
Meteorology and the high school, bibliog J 

Geog 42:81-90 Mr '43 
New York meeting of the National council of 
geography teachers. December 31, 1941-Jan- 
uarv 2. 1042. J Geog 41:73-9 F '42 
School weather station. lU Ed 30:79-80-1- N 
•41; Same cond. J Geog 40:226-30 S "41 
BARTUNEK, Paul Franklin 
Experiment with the current pendulum. Am 

J Physics 10:16-19 F '42 
Gyroscope experiment for the dynamics 
"laboratory. Am J Physics 10:189-90 Ag '42 
BARUCH, Dorothy (Walter) (Mrs Herbert M. 
Baruch) 
As nursery school children play. Child Study 
18:102-4+ Je '41; Same cond. Ed Digest 7: 
10-13 O '41 
Intolerance by any other name, bibliog f 

Progres Ed 1S:374-S2 N '41 
Lesson from Pearl harbor. Nat Parent Teach 

38:24-7 N '43 
Let teachers have their vices. Ed Meth 21: 

230-5 F '42 
Mental hygiene counseling as a part of 
teacher education, bibliog J Psychol 13: 
69-108 Ja '42 
Parents and teachers work together. Nat Ed 

Assn J 30:259-60 D '41 
Teachers work with parents. (In National 
education association. Department of super- 
visors and directors of instruction. Mental 
health in the classroom; thirteenth year- 
book. P97-110) 
War weighs upon children too. Nat Par- 
Teach 37:18-20 N '42 
You. your children, and war. 234p $2 '42 Ap- 
pleton-Century 
BARUCH, Mrs Herbert M. See Baruch. D. W. 
BARWICK, Arthur Richardson, and May, T. C. 
Curricula of geology in the United States. 
Cath Ed R 39:335-40 Je '41 
BASAL metabolism. See Metabolism 
BASEBALL 
Does a baseball curve? P, L. Verwiebe. il 

diag Am J Physics 10:119-20 Ap '42 
Harnessing spring fever — integration in a 
vocational high school, A. Weinstein and 
S. Nordan. H Points 23:55-6 O '41 
Play ball! R. E. Learned. Nat El Prin 22: 

422-5 Jl '43 
Relationship of timing and vision to base- 
ball performance. S. Winograd. Am Assn 
Health Phvs Ed & Rec Res Q 13:481-93 
D '42 



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BASEBALL Conlinucd 
Sucicssful student baseball. K. L. Ueyer. II 
Uccifutlon 36:367-8 S '41 
BASEMENT recreation rooms. See Recreation 

BASES (chemistry) 
Acids and bases in organic chemistry. D. Da- 

vid.son. biblioe f J Chem Ed 19:154-60 Ap 

•42 
Acids and l)ases: their relationship to oxidiz- 
ing and roducing agents. W. F. Luder. bib- 

liOK J Chom Ed 19:21-6 Ja -12 
Indicator method of classifying acids and 

bases in qualitative organic analysis. D. 

Davidson, bibliog J Cht-m Ed 19:221-6 My 

■4'.' 
Teaching the electronic theory of acids and 

bases in the general chemistry course. W. 

F. Luder and others, bibliog J Chem Ed 

20:344-7 Jl '43 
BASHAW, Vernon. See Cassidy, C. C. Jt. auth. 
BASIC English 
Basic English. W. L. S. Churchill. Times 

Ed Sup 1506:126 Mr 11 '44 
Basic English. M. L,. Hartung. Sch R 51:519- 

20 N -43 
Basic English. J. E. Johnsen, comp. $1.25 '44 

Wilson, H.W. 
Basic Englisli and democracy. I. A. Richards. 

\Vis J Ed 75:411-12 Ap '43 
Basic English and grammar. I. A. Richards. 

Tex Outl 27:50-1 Ja '43 
Basic English and language study. L. C. 

Zaliner. Ed 64:319-25 Ja '44 
Basic English for college freshman. W. 

Tilley. pa Jl '41 Farrar 
Basic English teaohing films. M. L,. Guyton. 

Adult Ed B 7:118 Ap '43 
Basic English to the rescue. B. L. Woodruff. 

Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 9:147 

Jl '41 
Basic English vocabulary as a minimum sight 

word list for the elementary school. F. M. 

Garver. Ed Outl 16:62-9 Ja '42 
Basic has a word for us. E. V. Berger. Volta 

R 46:25-7 Ja '44 
Basically speaking: good and bad points of 

Basic English. I. R. Friedman. Clearing 

House lS:4S3-4 Ap '44 
Fireside talli in Basic; tr. by C. M. Gibson. 

F. D. Roosevelt. Ed Meth 21:283-90 Mr '42 
For healtli's sake — write it in Basic English! 

G. C. Lee and M. A. Lee. J Negro Ed 13: 
155-61 Ap '44 

New Basic English primer for adults. I. A. 

Richards. Adult Ed B 7:117 Ap '43 
New Testament in Basic English. A. D. 

Sheffield. Harvard Ed R 12:391-5 O '42 
One iansuage for all the earth. T. C. Cren- 
shaw. Tex Outl 26:15-16 Ja '42 
Use of Basic English in health education. P. 

B. Diederich. Ill Ed 31:147 Ja '43 
Word about English. R. K. Hall. Inst Int 

Ed New-s B 17:9-11 Mr '42 
BASIC language 
Basic language in a social studies class. J. 

D. Neill. Social Ed 8:17-18 Ja '44 
New course in basic language. H. S. Eaton. 

Mod Lang J 27:578-81 D '43 
See also 
General language 
BASILIUS, Harold A. 
German noun plurals. Mod Lang J 27:426-42 

U '43 
BASKETBALL 
Basketball goals need ceilings too. J. 

Matthews. Sch Activities 14:217-18 F '43 
Basketball: tlien — now — perhaps. D. A. Glas- 
cock. Teach Col J 14:52-1- Ja '43 
Coaching and managing high school basket- 
ball. W. A. Healey. $1.50 '42 The Interstate, 

19 N Jackson st. Danville, 111. 
Community center basketball and the war. 

B. Ain. H Points 25:65-7 Ap '43 
Evaluating team and individual performance 

in basketball. E. R. Elbel and V. C. Allen. 

Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 

12:538-55 O '41 
Follow-up of 788 high-school basketball stars. 

G. M. Curtis. Teach Col J 14:49-61 Ja '43 
Golden jubilee of basketball, il J Health & 

Phys Ed 12:574 D '41 
Lower the baskets. J. Matthews. J Health ■& 

Phys Ed 13:37-f Ja 42 



Method of developing Intramural basketball 
odlcials. J. Brownlee. J Health & Phys 
Ed 14:544-6 D '43 

Original basketball rules. J. A. Nalsmith. J 
Health & Phys Ed 14:546 D '43 

Study of mortality among the men who have 
played in tlie Indiana high school state 
llnal basketball tournaments: abstract of 
thesis. M. C. Wakerield. Am Assn Health 
Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 15:2-11 Mr '44 

Study of the distance traveled by basketball 
players; abstract of thesis. L. L. Messer- 
smilh. diag Am Assn Health Phys Ed & 
Rec Res Q 15:29-37 Mr '44 

Study of the effects of competitive basket- 
ball upon the physical fitness of high school 
boys as determined by McCurdy-Larson 
organic efficiency tests. L.. W. Olds, bibliog 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 
12:254-65 My '41 

Study of the use of visual aids in basket 
shooting. T. W. Anderson, diag Am ^\ssn 
Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13:032-7 D 
'42 

What about basketball? N. W. Evans. J 
Health & Phys Ed 14:214-15-F Ap '43 

BASKETRY 

Baskets from broomcorn brush. W. Bean, il 

diags Sch Arts 41:215 F '42 
Indian basketry designs, il Sch Arts 41:96 N 

•41 
BASLER, Roosevelt 
Workshop for course of study production. 

Curric J 13:222-5 My '42 
BASLER, Hoy Prentice 
Interpretation of Ligeia. Col Engl 6:363-72 

Ap '44 
Saving some of the unfit. J Higher Ed 13: 

142-5 Mr '42 

BAS-relief 
Young American sculptor at work. E. Ray- 
mond, il Sch Arts 42:12-15 S '42 
BASS, Agnes N. 
School newspaper. Scholastic 41:21 O 5 '42 
You still need English. Scholastic 43:22 S 13 
'43 
BASS, Moses Reed 
Fifty hints for teachers of vocational sub- 
jects [mimeograplied] 46p pa 50c '40 Am. 
technical soc, 850 B 58th st, Chicago 
BASS, Ruth I. 
(comp) Additions to the tiles of the commit- 
tee for research of the National associa- 
tion of directors of physical education for 
college women 1939-1941. bibliog Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 13:388-96 
O '42 
BASS, Mrs Vesper, and Curry, Benjamin 
History of Platte valley . . . social science 
and art. bibliog Sch Arts 41:319 My '42 

BASSETT, Jeanne 
Camping and outing classes. J Health & Phys 
Ed 13:174-5-1- Mr '42 
BASSETT, Sadie G. and Cooper, R. J. 
Teaching pupils to care for public property. 
Nat El Prin 22:361-7 Jl '43 
BATALLA, Mariano Buendia 
Maze behavior of children as an example of 
summative learning. Pedagog Sem 63:199- 
211 D '43 

BATAVIA, New York 

High school 

Occupations week. A. B. Brooks, il Wilson 
Lib B 16:364-5-1- Ja '42 
BATCHELDER, Mildred Leona 

Children and youth in demobilization and 
readjustment. Am Lib Assn Bui 38:193-4 
My ^44 

Choosing books for recreational reading. Ed 
Leadership 1:123-5 N '43 

(comp) New and timely reading materials. 
(In Conference on reading. Adapting read- 
ing programs to wartime needs. p54-9) 

Recent trends in developing reading interests 
and tastes in elementary schools; public- 
library developments that inlluence reading 
interests and tastes. (In Conference on 
reading. Adjusting reading programs to In- 
dividuals. p235-41) 



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135 



BATCHELDER, Mildred Leona — Contitiued 
School libraries meet new demands. (In 
American association of scliool administra- 
tors. Official report. 1943. p 121) 
(comp) Sources of Victory corps materials. 
Am Lib Assn B 37:6 Ja '43 
BATCHELOR, James A. 
Fortiina plan of curriculum organization. 
Calif J Sec Ed 17:271-3 My '42 
BATEMAN, Doris I. 
Study in rhythmic sound. Am Childh 29:59 
F '44 
BATEMAN, Eva 
Youth takes to the air. Grade Teach 61:48- 
9-)- F '44 
BATEMAN, Kenneth A. 
JTowers that bloom in the spring. Childh 
Ed 20:271-4 F '44 
BATEMAN. Richard 
Method of construction of a parabola. Sch Sci 
& Math 42:718 N '42 
BATEMAN. Richard Marion 
Construction and evaluation of a scale to 
measure attitude toward any educational 
program. J Ed Res 36:502-6 Jlr '43 
Your school is news. Sch Executive 61:29-30 
Ag '42 
— and Remmers, H. H. 
Study of the shifting attitude of high school 
students when subjected to favorable and 
unfavorable propaganda, bibliog Journal of 
Social Psychology 13:395-406 My '41 
BATES, Edson C. 

Speech-centered school. Ed 62:309-13 Ja '42 
BATES, Harold S. 
Community and youth survey as a basis for 
the reorganization of the secondary pro- 
gram in Norwood. Ohio: abstract of thesis. 
(In Cincinnati. University. Teachers col- 
lege. Abstracts of graduate theses in edu- 
cation, 1940-1943. p 189-208) 
"What do youth and the community "want from 
their schools? Ohio Sch 20:328-9-f O '42 
BATES, Harry G. 
Experiment with the enterprise method. Sch 
(El ed) 32:814-17 My '44 
BATES, Helen Oliphant 
Christmas, 1943 style; story. Instr 53:234- D 
'43 

Columbus off stage; story. Instr 61:21-)- O '42 
Four-part valentine; story. Grade Teach 60: 

20 F '43 
Something different; story. Instr 52:27-f F '43 
Thank you meeting: play. Am Childh 28:26-7 
My '43 
BATES, J, J. 
Determining skills in farm shop for day 
classes. Ag Ed Mag 16:153 F '44 
BATES, M. Searle 
Problem of religious liberty. Front Democ 
9:213-15 Ap '43 
BATES, Sanford 
Meeting the problem of juvenile delinquency. 
N Y State Ed 31:168-9-f- D '43 
BATESON, Gregory 
Material on contemporary peoples. Jun Col J 
14:308-11 Mr '44 
— and Mead, Margaret 
Principles of morale building, bibliog f J Ed 
Soc 15:206-20 D '41 
BATESON, Mrs Gregory. See Mead. M. 
BATETELA 
Suggested program of teacher training for 
imssion schools among the Batetela. J. G. 
Barden. bibliog $2.35 '41 Teachers col; Ab- 
stract. Teach Col Rec 43:575-6 Ap '42 
BATH school of art, England 
New generation; posters. Art and Industry 
31:181-2 D '41 

BATHO, M. G. 
Better coordination between the upper grades 
and high school. Wis J Ed 74:239-40 Ja '42 
BATHS 

See also 
Shower baths 

BATHURST, Effie Geneva 
Conservation films in elementary schools. See 
United States. Ofllce of education 



Conservation of natural resources. (Visualized 
curriculum ser. Living together in the mod- 
ern world) 136p il pa $1.95 '40 Creative ed. 
soc, Mankato. Minn. 
How rural youth may serve. See United 

States. Office of education 
Inter- American education; a curriculum 
guide. See United States. Office of educa- 
tion 
New York state schools mobilize for defense; 
defending America by conservation. N Y 
State Ed 29:544-5+ Ap '42 
Phonograph records as aids to learning. J Ed 

Psychol 34:385-406 O '43 
Phonograph records as an aid to learning in 
rural elementary schools, a handbook for 
teachers and supervisors. 60o '43 Univ. of 
the state of N.Y. 
Radio's offspring — the school recording. Ed 

Screen 21:96-8-t- Mr '42 
(ed) See National education association. De- 
partment of rural education. Conservation 
education in rural schools 
(comp) See United States. Office of educa- 
tion. Choose a book about things to be 
conserved 
BATHURST, Mrs G. C. 
Educational reform; some psychological side- 
lights. Times Ed Sup 1461:209 My 1 '43 
BATHURST, Maurice Edward 
Juvenile delinquency in Britain during the 
war. bibliog f Journal of Criminal L,aw and 
Criminology 34:291-302 Ja '44; Excerpts. 
Nat El Prin 23:14-15 D '43 
BATIK 
Simplified Javanese batik. N. A. Smith, il 

.Sch Arts 41:125 D '41 
Wax crayon batik work, il diags Sch Arts 

41:197 F '42 
Wood batik, il diags Sch Arts 41:195 F '42 
BATJER, Margaret Quay 

Milk for all. Prac Home Econ 20:20-1 Ja '42 
School lunch program — new architectural in- 
fluence. Nation's Sch 27:20-2 Je '41 
BATLINER, Kathryn 
How the Catholic college fits the girl gradu- 
ate to take her place in the world. Com- 
monweal 34:301-2 Jl 18 '41 
BATS 
Bats and the scientific method. J. Mills. Am J 
Physics 11:151-3 Je '43 
BATT, William Loren 
Task of the engineering colleges in the war 
effort. J Eng Ed 33:182-92 O '42 
BATTERIES. See Storage batteries 
BATTERSBY, W. Schofield 
Make grammar help with language. Sch (El 
ed) 32:781-3 My '44 
BATTIG, Sister Mary Baptista 
Musical development in the Philippines. P. 
G. Canave. il Etude 59:367-8-|- Je '41 
BATTIN, J. Leo 

Plan for recognizing achievement in the 
school program. Ohio Sch 20:8-9-|- Ja '42 
BATTISTA, Orlando A. 
Plastics in the school building of the future. 
Am Sch Bd J 107:18-19 Ag '43 
BATTLE, Edith Kent 
Worship programs for the junior department. 
Int J Relig Ed 20:19-21 D '43; 21-3 Ja; 34-6 
F '44 

BATTLE CREEK, Michigan 

Ann J. Kellogg school 
Meeting the needs of atypical children. D. 
D. D. Klaussen and G. M. Rothberg. il 
Public Health Nursing 33:503-7 S '41 

High school 
We follow up our graduates. E. J. Welsh, 
il Nation's Sch 29:49-50 Ap '42 
BATTLES, E. E. 
Citizenship in athletics. Am Sch Bd J 106: 
47 My '43 
BATTRICK, Helen Claire 
Spokes but no hub; religious guidance o( 
women students in Ohio colleges. Relig Ed 
37:344-9 N '42 
BATTU, 2oe A. See Keller. B. M. jt, auth. 
BAUCHI elementary training centre, Nigeria 
Teachers in northern Nigeria. Times Ed Sup 
1483:472 O 2 '43 



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BAUDER. Charles Franklin 
Philadelphia proRram of vocational education 
for defense. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:83-7 
Mr '42 
What is happening In vocational education; 
an overview. (In Pennsylvania. University. 
School of education. Challenges to educa- 
tion, war and post-war. p276-83) 
BAUER, Elsa G. and Aseltine, John 
Essential skills of daily living. Calif J Sec 
B<1 18:464-9 D '43 
BAUER, Hubert Anton 
Pre-llicht aeronautics workbook. 174p maps 
pa $1 '43 Winston 

BAUER, Royal D. M. , „ „ 

Federal income ta.\es in 1944. Sch & Com 
30:55-7 F '44 
BAUER, Walter Herman. See Davison, A. W. 

Jl. auth. 
BAUER, William Waldo „ 

Hpalth for Ihe adolescent. Nat Par-Teach 

36:5-10 Ja '42 
Health in the haliit-forming years. (In 
American association of school administra- 
tors. Ofncial report, 1943. p9D-100) 
School lunch. Nat Par-Teach 36:14 Je '42 
Use of radio by a profession. Am Lib Assn 
B 36:547-50 S 1 '42 
—and Hull, T. G. , ^,. ., , 

Health education of the public; a practical 
manual of technic. 2d ed rev 315p il $2.75 
'42 Saunders 
BAUERNFEIND, Harry B. 
I'm scared of that interview. Bus Ed World 
21:897-8 Je '41 

BAUGH, Katheryne E. „ • i c-» ,^ 

Teaching the use of the library. Social Stud- 
ies 35:15-16 Ja '44 
BAUGHMAN, Ernest W. 
Folklore to the fore, bibliog Engl J 32:206-3 
Ap '43 
BAUGHMAN, Imo Pearl 
Chemistrj- at Los Angeles city college. Jun 
Col J 12:331-3 F '42 
BAUHAUS school of design, Chicago. See New 

Bauhaus 
BAUM, Mabel Pottinger. See Vickers. V. S. 

Jt. auth. 
BAUM, Maurice ,,. , 

Scholar, scholarship, and the war. Vital 
Speeches 8:563-5 Jl 1 '42: Same cond. Sch & 
Soc 56:477-82 N 21 '42 
BAUMAN, Archie, See Crossman. C. jt. auth. 
BAUMANN, Alfred W. Jr , , r„ 

School for victory; a patriotic play. Instr oi: 
5--' F '43 
BAUME, Emile 
Oxford edition of the Chopin etudes. (In Mu- 
sic teachers national association. Proceed- 
ings. 1940. P3SS-94) 
BAUMEISTER, Edmund Joseph 
Whither high-school Latin? Cath Ed R 41: 
520-8 N -43 
BAUMER, William Henry, Jr 

West Point, moulder of men. 264p bibliog II 
$3 '42 xVppleton-Century 
BAUMGARDT, David 
Is power immoral? can goodwill supplant 
force? Ed Forum 7:335-46 My '43 
BAUMGARTNER, Ira 
Sylvania's transportation system. Sch Ex- 
ecutive 61:22-3 My '42 

BAUR, Clara , ^ 

Historical study of the origin and develop- 
ment of the (Cincinnati conservatory of mu- 
sic: abstract of thesis, J. Lewis, jr. bib- 
liog (In Cincinnati. University. Teachers 
college. Abstracts of graduate theses in 
education, 1940-1943. p209-25) 

BAVELAS, Alex 

Analysis of a situation preliminary to leader- 
ship training. J Ed Sociol 17:426-30 Mr 
•44 

Civilian morale: leaders can be made. Front 
Denioc 9:47-8-(- N '42 

—See Seashore. H. G. Jt. auth. 
— and Lewin, Kurt 

Training in democratic leadership. Journal of 
Abnormal and Social Psychology 37:116-19 
Ja '42 



BAVELY, Ernest 

America's new generation of theatregoers. 
Nat Assn Sec Sch Prln B 26:104-8 D '42 

(ed) Dramatics director's handbook [mimeo- 
graphed] 38p bibliog pa (1 '42 Nat. Thes- 
pian dramatic honor soc. for high schools, 
College Hill station. Cincinnati 24 

High-school-theatre-for-victory program. Sch 
Activities 15:189-91 F '44 

Suggestions for Improving drama festivals 
and contests. Q J Speech 28:327-32 O '42 

(ed) Wartime manual for high school dra- 
matics directors [mimeographed] 55p pa $1 
'43 Nat. Thespian dramatic honor soc. for 
high schools. College Hill station, Cincin- 
nati 24 
BAWDEN, William Thomas 

Teacher training after the war. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 32:407-8 D '43 

Tribute to a great leader. Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 31:291-2-1- S '42 

Tribute to Professor Selvidge. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 31:40. 12A-f Ja '42 

Portrait 

Ind Arts Sr Voc Ed 31:82 F '42 
BAXENDALE, Audrey 

Neglected art. Instr 52:23 O '43 
BAXTER, Bernice 

Co-operative behavior in the school and in 
the community. Calif J El Ed 11:208-14 
F -43 

Democratic practices in the language arts. 
El Engl R 20:108-11 Mr '43 

Teacher-pupil relationships. 166p J1.25 "41 
Macmillan 

—See Steiss, M. G. jt. auth. 
— and Cassidy, R. F. 

Group experience; the democratic way. 218p 
bibliog diags $2.50 '43 Harper 

Guiding social learning. Childh Ed 19:64-8 
O '42 
— and Stirzaker, Blanche 

Language contributions to democratic social 
behavior. El Engl R 21:121-5 Ap '44 

BAXTER, Brent N, 
Experimental analysis of the contributions 
of speed and level in an intelligence test. 
J Ed Psychol 32:285-96 Ap '41 
Problem of reliabilitv in relation to factoral 
design. Journal of General Psychology- 29: 
157-61 Jl '43 
Problems in the planning of psychological 
experiments, bibliog f American Journal of 
Psychology 54:270-80 Ap '41 
BAXTER, Bruce Richard 
Priorities for educators. (In American as- 
sociation of school administrators. Official 
report. 1942. p7-13): Same cond. Nat Ed 
Assn J 31:1113-4 Ap '42 
BAXTER, Edna Dorothy 
Personality guidance promotes home-school 
relations. Nation's Sch 30:37 O '42 
BAXTER, James Phinney, 3d 
(Commission on liberal education report. Assn 
Am Col B 29:269-74 My '43: Same cond. 
(In Association of American colleges. Com- 
mission on liberal education. Summary of 
report. May, 1943. p5-10) 
Reconstruction of liberal education. Assn 
Am Col Bui 30:76-7 Mr '44 
BAXTER, Tompsie. See De Lima, A. jt. auth. 
BAXTER, W. Edmund , 

Conimunitv sponsored work programs to aid 
vouth. Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 26:51-8 
F '42 
BAXTER, Wesley „,„ „ ^, 

Visual education. Sch (El ed) 31:250-2 N 
'42 
BAXTER, William Thomas 
Handmade jewelry. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30: 
316-19 O '41 

BAY, Helmuth _ „..„„„, r 

AVar news via maps. Wilson Lib Bul 18:221-5 
N '43 
BAY County high school, Panama City, Florida 
Where vocational guidance is a total school 
problem. N. J. Benton. Sch Activities 14:91 
X '42 
BAY VILLAGE, Ohio 

Parkview high school 
Experiment in local government and educa- 
tion. C. M. Patterson. Ohio Sch 21:110-11 
Mr '43 



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137 



BAYER, Edna E. 
Cooperative quiz kids program. Wilson Lib B 
17:124-6 O '42 
BAYH, Birch Evans 

Illustrious alumni. Teach Col J 13:32 N '41 
BAYLE, Evalyn 
Xature and causes of regressive movements 
m reading; part of a dissertatiun. I Exper 
Bd 11:16-36 S '42 
BAYLE, Pierre 
Spain and Portugal in Bayle's Dictionnaire. 
L. P. Courtines. bibliog f Hispania 24:409-15 
D '41 
BAYLEY, Nancy 
Role of intelligence, bibliog f (In National 
education association. Department of super- 
visors and directors of instruction. Mental 
health in the classroom; thirteenth year- 
book. p45-63) 
— and Espenschade, A. S. 
Motor development from birth to maturity, 
bibliog R Ed Res 11:562-72 D '41 
— and Tuddenham, R. D. 

Adolescent changes in body build, bibliog 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Forty-third yearbook, pt 1. p33-55) 
BAYLOR university, Waco, Texas 
Studio theatre, il plan Theatre Arts 25:547 
Jl '41 
BAYNE, Edward Ashley, and Hill. F. E. 
Educating for defense. J Adult Ed 13:406-13 
O '41 
BAYNES. Alice. See Dutton, H. L. Jt. auth. 
BAYONNE, New Jersey 

High school 
English for practical purposes. F. J. Singer, 
il Nation's Sch 28:31-2 S '41 
BAYSINGER, Gerald 
Projection cabinet. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32: 
322-3 O '43 
— and Silvius, G. H. 
Student planning book for industrial arts. 47p 

il pa 25c '41 Int. textbook 
Student's planning book for industrial arts 
and vocational classes. (Arts and industries 
ser) 2d ed 64p il pa 30c '43 Int. textbook 
BAYTON, James A. 
Interrelations between levels of aspiration, 
performance, and estimates of past per- 
formance, bibliog Journal of Experimental 
Psychology 33:1-21 Jl '43 
Psycholog>' of racial morale, bibliog f J 

Negro Ed 11:150-3 Ap '42 
— See Preston, M. G. Jt. auth. 
BAZUIN, Clayton W. 
(ed) See Weckstein, A. M. and Poster, E. 
Directed activities in biology 
BEACH, Allen Warner 
Education in a world peace program. Sch & 
Soc 57:298 Mr 13 '43 
BEACH, C. Kenneth 
Let us keep our sights up. Ed 63:458-61 Ap 

•43 
Selection of pupils in vocational- industrial 
schools. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:360-2 N '43 
— See Fumey, O. jt. auth. 
BEACH, Erold B. 
Consumer education for the producer. J Bus 

Ed 17:25-1- O '41 
Pupils solve their own letter problems, por 
Bus Ed World 22:69-70 S '41 
BEACH, Frank Ambrose, Jr 
Comparison of copulatory behavior of male 
rats raised in isolation, cohabitation, and 
segregation, bibliog Pedagog Sem 60:121-36 
Mr '42 
Execution of the complete masculine copu- 
latory pattern by sexually receptive female 
rats, bibliog Pedagog Sem 60:137-42 Mr '42 
BEACH, Goodwin Batterson 
Stimulating plea. Class J 38:534-7 Je '43 
Whither and why? Class J 37:463-7 My '42 
BEACH, James W. 
Laboratory approach to intermediate algebra. 
Sch Sci & Math 42:615-16 O '42 
BEACH, Joseph Warren 
American letters between wars. Engl J 30: 
527-38 S '41; Same. Col Engl 3:1-12 O '41 
Safeguarding civil liberties. Engl J 30:499- 
500 Je '41 



BEACH, Ruth 
Community life project. Grade Teach 60:30-1 
Mr '43 
BEACH, Ruth E. 
Should sex education be taught in high 
scliools? J Health & Phys Ed 14:152-3 Mr 
'43 
BEACHBOARD, Robert L. 
Suggestions to popularize French. Mod Lang 
J 26:517-21 N '42; Same cond. Ed Digest 
8:23-5 Ja '43 
BEACOM, E. C. 
Opportunity units for rural schools. Sch (El 
ed) 31:201-4 N '42 
BEACOM. Kathleen 
Joined print in grade III. Sch (El ed) 30:695- 
S Ap '42 
BEADLE, Homer C. 
Salaries and the cost of living. Nation's Sch 
29:60 Mr '42 

BEADLE, Kenneth N. 
Driver training procedure; steps in admin- 
istration, organization, and teaching of a 

high school course in driver education and 

training. 2Sp il pa 15c '39 Nat. conser%'ation 

bur. 
Teacher's manual designed for use with Man 

and the motor car [ed. by A. W. Whitney] 

rev ed 4Sp pa 15c '41 Nat. conservation bur. 
BEAHAN, Charles J. 
Teaching second semester typewriting. (In 

Eastern commercial teachers' association. 

Fourteenth yearbook. pS5-6) 
BEAL, Hilda 
War and the schools of Britain. Sch & Com 

29:18-21 Ja '43 
BEAL, Owen Franklin 
Sociology, its nature and scope as a social 

science. 75p pa 65c '41 Univ. of Utah. Salt 

Lake City 
BEALE. Beulah P. 
Handwriting instruction in a large city school 

system. Nat EI Prin 20:448-52 Jl '41 
Individualizing instruction in handwriting. 

Baltimore B Ed 18:225-8 My '41 
BEALE, Charles Currier 

Silent man. por J Bsns Ed 19:14-1- Mr '44 
BEALE, Hilda 
Blitz, blackout and books: a story of how 

England is meeting wartime and postwar 

problems of education. Mid Sch 58:106-1- D 

'43; Same. Va J Ed 37:141-2 D '43 
How British schools are helping to prepare 

the citizens of tomorrow. Ed 64:285-8 Ja '44 
BEALE, Joseph Boggs 
Adventures of Hiawatha, from paintings by 

J B. Beale. Grade Teach 60:50-1 O '42 
Christmas carol: paintings by J. B. Beale. 

Grade Teach 61:16-17 D '43 
Courtship of Miles Standish; paintings by 

J. B. Beale. Grade Teach 60:50-1 N '42 
Darius Green and his flying machine; paint- 
ings by J. B. Beale. Grade Teach 60:64-5 

S '42 
Evangeline: paintings bv J. B. Beale. Grade 

Teach 61:58-9 S '43 
Independence bell, July 4. 1776; paintings by 

J. B. Beale. Grade Teach 61:48-9 Mr '44 
Legend of Sleepy Hollow; paintings by J. B. 

3eale. il Grade Teach 61:50-1 F '44 
Little match girl; paintings by J. B. Beale. 

Grade Teach 61:34-5 Ja '44 
Man without a country; paintings by J. B. 

Beale. Grade Teach 61:50-7 O '43 
Maud Muller; paintings bv J. B. Beale. Grade 

Teach 61:44-5 Ap '44 
Molly Pitcher ut Monmouth. 1778; picture. 

Grade Teach 60:43 F '43 
Other wi.se man; from paintings by J. B. 

Beale. Grade Teach 60:16-17 D '42 
Paul Revere's ride; from paintings bv J. B. 

Beale. Grade Teach 60:16-17+ Ap '43 
Pied Piper of Hamelin: paintings bv J. B. 

Beale. Grade Teach 60:44-5 My '43 
Rip Van W^inkle; paintings by J. B. Beale. 

il Grade Teach 60:48-9 Mr "43 
Robinson Crusoe: paintings by J. B. Beale. 

Grade Teach 60:44-5 Je '43 
Village blacksmith: picture story of Long- 
fellow's poem, paintins.s by J. B. Beale. 

Grade Teach 60:17 Ja '43 
Wreck of the He.sperus: paintings by J. B. 

Beale. Grade Teach 61:48-9 N '43 



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BEALES. Arthur Charles Frederick _ 

United Cliristiiiii from. J Kd London i4.316+ 
Jl '42 
BEALES, Hugh Lancelot . , ^ ., 

Privilege must go; a policy for education. 
(Democratic order scr. no 11) 64p pa 50c 
'41 Universal distributors co, room 22, 38 
Union .'^(i, N.Y. 

BEALL, Chandler Baker . „ „, „„„,„ 

Spanish sonnet imitated from Tasso. Hlspanla 
25:423-4 D '42 

BEALL, Ella S. „ , , „ , 

Teaching democracy and war. Baltimore Bui 
Ed 21:22-5 S '43 

BEALL, Ramona , , x, . „ 

Diciaphone and national defense. Nat Bus 
Kd Q 10:31-2 Mr '42 
BEALS. Frank Lee „„ „„, „ 

Educating the slow child. Hygeia 20:876-7, 

956 N-L> '42 
School in ho.'jpital. Hygeia 21:315-17 Ap 43 
So they're going to read! J Ed 125:73 Mr 42 
Wartime problems of children. Hygeia 22:268- 
9-t- Ap '44 
BEALS. Ralph Albert , ^ 

Public library as an agency for general edu- 
cation, bibliog f (In National society for the 
studv of education. Forty-second yearbook, 
pt2. "p99-112) 
— and Brody, Leon 
Literature of adult education. (Studies m the 
social significance of adult ed. in the U.S. 
no25) 493p bibliog $2 '41 Am. assn. for 
adult ed. 
BEAM, Lura 

Ans in a world at war. Am Assn Univ 

Women J 35:S&-9 Ja '42 
Will. mind, and art in war. Am Assn Univ 
Women J 35:145-7 Ap '42 
BEAM, Rachel 
War courses in science for girls. H Points 
25:68-72 N '43 

BEAM, Velma 
Guinea-pig home economist. J Home Eeon 36: 
197-9 Ap '44 
BEAMAN, J. Frank 
Schools -should retrain our workers. Saturday 
Evening Post 216:16-f- D 4 '43 

BEAMER, L. H. 
Two high school science clubs. Sch (Sec ed) 
30:126-9 O '41 
BEAN, Doris O. See Doongaji, S. jt. auth. 
BEAN. Kenneth Lament 

Xegro responses to verbriJ and non-verbal 
test materials, bibliog J Psychol 13:343-53 
Ap '42 
BEAN, Minnie D. 
Beliefs and understandings underlying the 
social studies and science program. Calif 
J El Ed 12:117-24 N '43 
Northwestern university teacher education 
workshop. See Idaho. Department of edu- 
cation 

BEAN, Wilma 

Baskets from broomcorn brush. Sch Arts 41: 
215 F '42 
BEANS 

See also 
Soybeans 
BEAR. Robert Murray, and Odbert, H. S. 
Insight of older pupils into their knowledge 
of word meanings, bibliog f Sch R 49:754- 
60 D '41 
,1 BEARD, Charles Austin 

'' Economic interpretation of the Constitution. 
.1. J. Keed. bibliog f Soc Studies 34:23-8 Ja 
•43 
BEARD, Daniel Carter 
Thev made our country great. JI. E. Hill. 
Instr 52:15 Je "43 
BEARD, Joseph How/ard 
Student health services in a world at war. 
Ed Rec 25:23-34 Ja '44 

BEARD, Ward Powers 

A^'ainst the time when it's over. Ag Ed II 

11:123 Ja '42 
Appointment of federal agent for agricultural 

education in the western region. U.S. OfBce 

of education. J. C. Wright, por Ag Ed M 

14:3 Jl '41 



BEARDEN, Mae M. __„ ^ .,, 

Cotton modeling. Sch Arts 41:203 F 42 
BEARDSLEY. Seymour W; Schweers, J. M; 
and Fleisig, Ross . . ., 

Evidence concerning efllciency of accelerating 
engineering education. J Eng Ed 33:157-62 
O 42 
BEARDSLEY, Wilfred Attwood 
Competent advice in language elections. Mod 
Lang J 25:609-11 My '41 
BEARL, Herbert „ 

Art and science: a method. Scl Ed '2o::G5-6 
O H 
BEARSS. Ethel Luella 
Training key-driven calculator operators. Dlb- 

liog J Bus Ed 18:12-14 Je "43 
Vocational business standards. J Bus Ed 17: 
24-(- F '42 
BEATLEY, Bancroft _. , „. 

Education of women: a plea for realism. J Ed 
124:291-3 D 41 
BEATTIE, J. W. 
Journalism awards?— Yes! Sch Activities 15: 

123-4-1- D '43 
School publications present opportunities un- 
limited. Sch Activities 15:89-91 N 43 

BEATTIE, John Walter 
Todav and tomorrow. Mus Educators J 30: 
11 Ap '44 
— and Curtis, L. W. 

South American music pilgrimage, pors Mus 
Educators J 28:14-17 N '41; 12-18 Ja: 16-lJ 
F; 22-7 -Vp: 16-22 My '42 
BEATTIE, Lewis S. 
Place of business education on the curricu- 
lum. Sch (Sec ed) 31:925-9 Je '43 
Visual aids in commercial subjects. Sch (Sec 
ed) 32:591-6 Mr '44 
BEATTY, Edward Corbyn Obert „ . „ 

Man's nature and the social studies. Sch R 
51:476-84 O '43 
BEATTY Jessie 
Articles' made with twisted crepe paper. Sch 
Arts 43:125 D '43 
BEATTY, John G. „, ,„ „ ,,, 

Periodic table. Sch (Sec ed) 31:337-40 D '42 
BEATTY, Joyce. See Davies. R. A. jt. auth. 

BEATTY, Thomas Bayard 

Two-vear grouping at Radnor. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. Edu- 
cation in a nation at war. p 165-8) 
BEATTY, Willard Walcott 

Democracy at the crossroads. Am Teach 27: 
8-10 N '42 

Some Indian contributions to our culture. 
Childh Ed 18:353-6 Ap '42 

Special case of a world education problem. 
Ed Rec 23:sup95-lll Ja '42 

What is your citizenship worth? Front Demoo 
9:34-5 N '42 ^ , 

vrtiat makes an American? Nat Ed Assn J 

32:55-6 F '43 _ _ 

— MacGregor, Gordon; and McCaskill, J. C. 

Indians, bibliog R Ed Res 11:353-60 Je '41 

BEATY, John Yocum „ ^ „ . . „ .i. 

Life in the desert habitat. Sch Sci & Math 
44:112-15 F '44 
BEAUCHAMP, Wilbur Lee 
(comp) Selected references on secondary- 
school instruction; science (cont) Sch R 
50:139-40; 51:114-15 F '42, F '43 
— and Blair, Jane 

(comps) Selected references on secondary- 
school instruction: science. Sch R 52:115-16 
F '44 
BEAUMONT. Texas 

Dick Dowling junior high school 
Improving pupils' experiences in moving pic- 
tures. A. L. Morgan. Clearing House 17: 
2:U-2 D '42 
BEAUTY. See Esthetics 
BEAUTY, Personal 

Vrt in dress and grooming. V. L. O Leary. 

il Sch Arts 41:315 My '42 
Correlating the development of personality 
and personal appearance with the subject 
matter of a subject. D. I. Mulgrave. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Fourteenth yearbook. p363-7) 
Hi. good looking! M. E. Stone. 11 Prac Home 
Econ 21:142-f- Ap '43 



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139 



BEAUTY, Personal — Continued 
How appearance affects personality. H. R. 

Stolz. il Par M 17:20-1+ Ja '42 
Junior college personality building. H. M. 

Marsh. Jun Col J 12-.162-3 N '41 
My, how I've changed! M. K. Boswell. il 

Prac Home Econ 20:296+ S '42 
You can be well groomed. B. Kennedy. Instr 
53:54 N '43 
BEAUTY culture. See CosmetoloKy 
BEAVEN, Albert William 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 57:128 Ja 30 '43 

BEAVER, Betty P. „ , . 

Organizing a high school co-op. Sch Ac- 
tivities 14:331-2 My '43; Excerpts. Clearing 
House 18:560 My "44 

BEAVER, Mildred 
Adventure in friendship. J Higher Ed 15: 
269-70 My '44 
BEAVERT3N rural agricultural school, 
Beaverton, Michigan 
Art in the rural school. M. Rea. il Nation s 
Sch 28:47-8 N '41 
BECHDOUT, B. V. , , 

Some aspects of public school support In 
Indiana. See Indiana state teachers asso- 
ciation. Research service 

BECHER, Harold 

Method of teaching thermodynamic functions. 
J Cliem Ed 19:237 My '42 
BECHTEL, V\/elker 
Improved apparatus for demonstrations with 
gases. J Chem Ed 18:438 S '41 
— and Fisher, J. A. 

Qualitative analysis for high school students. 

Sch Sci & Math 41:647-56 O '41 
Semi-micro qualitative analysis for high 
school students. Sch Sci & Math 42:617-18 
O '42 
BECK, Carleton E. 
Radio and industrial arts. Ind Arts & Voc 
Ed 30:260-1 Je '41 
BECK, Earl Clifton 
Proverbs for English teachers. Peabody J Ed 
21:152-3 N '43 
BECK, Helen L. 
l^ondon children and a wartime day nurserj'. 
Cliildh Ed 19:167-9 D '42 
BECK, James R. 
Geographic instruction for a global age. Sch 
Sci & Math 44:265-9 Mr '44 
BECK, Josephine Bristol 
Easter unit, bibliog Instr 52:12-13 Ap '43 
Fairy tales, bibliog Grade Teach 59:32-3+ 

Mr 42 
Modern objective tests: fairy tales. Grade 

Teach 59:04 Ap '42 
Seatwork for a very warm day. Instr 51:14 

Je '42 
Seatwork on war stamps. Instr 52:9 Ja '43 
BECK, Lester Fred. See Johnson. B. jt. auth. 

BECK, Mary 
Job preparation, bibliog Nat Assn Sec Sch 
Prin B 25:105-7 O '41 
BECK, Paul V. 
Our changing biology. Sci Ed 26:26-31 Ja '42 
Science serving community needs. Sch Sci 
& Math 41:7.;0-9 N '41 
BECK, Robert Holmes 
American progressive education: 1S75-1930. 
Curric J 14:115-18 Mr '43; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 8:24-6 My '43 
Progressive education in transition. Progres 
Ed 20:52-5 F '43 
BECK, Roland Lycurgus 
Athlctitis or the academic background of the 
athlete. Sch & Soc 55:215-17 F 21 '42 
BECK. Samuel Jacob 
Error, symbol, and method in the Rorschach 
test, bibliog Journal of Abnormal and Social 
Psychology 37:83-103 Ja '42 
Rorschach's test; v. 1, Elementary principles. 
170p il $3.50 Grune & Stratton, inc. 381 
4th av. X.Y. 16 
BECK, Vivian 
Birds-eve view taken of the primary period. 
Ohio Sch 21:8-9 Ja '43 
BECK, W. I. T. 
Pro virginibus puerisque. Sch & Soc 57:365-9 
Ap 3 '43 



BECK, Warren 

Art and formula in the short story. Col Engl 
5:55-62 N '43; Same. Engl J 32:471-8 N '43 

Boundaries of poetry. Col Engl 4:342-50 Mr 
•43 
BECKER, Albert B. 

Honors assembly. Sch Activities 14:253+ Mr 
'43 
— and Bryan, R. C. 

Tradition in the assembly program. Sch Ac- 
tivities 14:17-18 S '42 
BECKER, Carl Lotus 

(ed) Cornell university: founders and the 
founding; six lectures delivered at Cornell 
university on the Messenger foundation in 
the year 1943 in recognition of the 75th 
anniversary of the opening of that institu- 
tion in the year 1868: together with fifteen 
interesting but hitherto unpublished docu- 
ments relating thereto. 240p bibliog il $2.75 
'43 Cornell univ. press, 124 Roberts pi, Cor- 
nell Heights, Ithaca, N.Y. 

What is still living in the political philosophy 
of Thomas Jefferson, bibliog f Am Assn 
Univ Prof Bui 29:660-78 D '43 
BECKER, Charles D. 

Educational costs and their analysis, bibliog 
R Ed Res 14:162-8 Ap '44 

BECKER, Elena 
Co-operative cost-of-living study. J Home 
Econ 36:200-1 Ap '44 
BECKER, Elsa Gertrude 
Rationing the manpower of our secondary 

schools. H Points 24:11-17 N '42 
Wartime manual in action in the classroom. 
Occupations 21:242+ N '42 
BECKER, Frederick D. 
Victory corps faces the future. J Ed 126:154-6 
My '43 
BECKER, Harry A. 
E.vpert advice. Sch Executive 61:27-8 Jl '42 
How we guide pupils out of scholastic diffi- 
culty. Clearing House 18:323-5 F '44 
Multiple texts multiply te.xtbook problems. 
Soc Studies 32:294-6 N '41; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 7:38-9 Ja '42 
One million votes for price control. Clearing 

House 16:262-4 Ja '42 
Realism for wartime. Clearing House 17:48-9 
S '42 
BECKER, Mrs May (Lamberton) 
Children's books for Christmas. Nat Parent 

Teach 38:30-1+ N '43 
(comp) Children's book list. Nat Par-Teach 

36:34-5 D '41 
Convoy of books. Nat Par-Teach 37:32-3 My 

'43 
Family reading can be fun. Nat Parent Teach 

38:26-7 Ap '44 
Summer reading for young people. Nat Par- 
Teach 36:44-5 My '42 
BECKER, Nikolaus 
Controversy over Becker's Deutscher Rhein 
(1840) F. L. Cohn. bibliog f Mod Lang 
Forum 26:26-33 Mr '41 
BECKER, Roland Frederick 
Experimental analysis of the vaseline tech- 
nique of Kuo for studying behavioral devel- 
opment in chick embryos, bibliog Pedagog 
Sem 60:153-65 Mr '42 
BECKER, Samuel William 
Fimctional diseases in relation to human in- 
dividualities. Sch Sci & Math 44:122-9 F '44 
BECKER, Sophie M. and Manakee, H. R. 
Learning for fun at Forest Park evening 
school. Baltimore B Ed 19:38-42 S '41 
BECKER, William J. 
Our bo\'s run the shop classes. Clearing 

House 16:169-71 N '41 
Student-kept time card. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
32:135 Mr '43 
BECKERSON, Edna 

Keniodial reading. Sch (El ed) 32:520-1 F '44 
BECKERT, Ralph Ferdinand 
Some developments in marketing education. 
J Bus Ed 17:15-16 S '41 
BECKES, Isaac Kelley 

Beginning a new decade with the United 
Christian youth movement. Int J Relig Ed 
20:12-13 Ap '44 
Our healing ministrv. Int J Relig Ed 20: 
12-13 My '44 



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BECKES, Isaac Kelley— OonHnued 
United Christian youth conference of North 
America. Int J Relig Ed 20:3 Mr •<4 

BECKEY. Ruth E. 
Handicapped children: can your child read 

well? Hyeeia 2U:458-60 Je '42 
Your child's intelllBence. Hygela 20:784-7 O '42 

BECKHAM, Albert Sidney 

Study of social background and art apti- 
tude of superior Negro children, bibllog J 
Ap Psychol 26:777-84 D '42 

Study of social background and mu.sic ability 
of superior Negro children. J Ap Psychol 
26:210-17 Ap '42 
BECKLEY, Donald K. 

Bibliographies for retail teachers and stu- 
dents, bibliog J Bus Ed 18:23-5 Ja '43 

Building an achievement testing program for 
retail training. J Bsns Ed 19:17-18 O '43 

Constructing achievement tests in retailing. 
J Bsns Ed 19:13-14 Ja '44 

Meeting business needs through co-operative 
education. Sch R 51:539-43 N '43 

Merchandise manuals vitalize retailing 
courses. J Bus Ed 17:17-18 F '42 

Retail training in wartime? Sch Executive 
62:28-30 Ja '43 

Tetiching in a navy school. J Higher Ed 15: 
122-6 Mr '44 

Teaching salesmanship to students of print- 
ing. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:202 My '42 

—See Smith, L. F. jt. auth. 
BECKMAN, Mrs Irland McKnight. See Hur- 

lock. E. B. 
BECKMAN, Margaret E. 

Food fights for freedom. Nat Ed Assn J 33: 
26-7 Ja "44 
BECKMAN, Milton 

Safety education needs met mathematically. 
Sch Sci & Math 41:810-14 D '41 
BECKMAN, R. O. 

How to train supervisors, manual and out- 
lines for determinate discussion. 2d ed 315p 
bibliog il $3 "42 Harper 
BECKNER, Howard B. 

Putting brakes on the hoodlums. Clearing 
House 18:359-62 F '44; Same cond. Ed 
Digest 9:58-9 Mr "44 

Self-analysis. Sierra Ed News 39:21 Je '43 
BECKOFF, Samuel 

Facts about our allies. H Points 25:10-15 Je 
'43 

Is the Reader's digest digestible? H Points 
23:56-63 N '41 

Rainbow. Engl J 32:325-30 Je '43 

Songs of occupations: poetry for the voca- 
tional high school, bibliog Engl J 31:664-8 
N '42 

Word to the wise: vocabulary units in the 
unorthodox manner. Engl J 33:23-9 Ja "44 
BECKWITH, Ada Bel 

Child art. Sch Arts 41:146-9 Ja '42 

BEDELL, Earl Leiand 
Summer employment for industrial-educa- 
. tion teachers in essential war industries. 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 32:lS5-6 My '43 
Training women for wartime industries. Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 32:1-4 Ja '43 
— and Brown, D. L. 
Typical machine-shop instruction sheet for 
national defense. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 
176-7 Ap '42 
— Fraser, Roland; and Adams, Charles 

Typical aero bench-metal instruction sheet 
for national defense. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 
31:270 Je '42 
— and Gleason, W. E. 
Detroit public schools in the war effort, Ind 
Arts i; Voc Ed 32:85-8 Mr '43 
— Gleason, W. E; and Schumacher, H. G. 
Vocational education in Detroit mobilized tor 
national defense. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:88- 
90 Mr '42 
— and Shoup, Harold 

Typical instruction sheet for national defense 
arc-welding class. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31: 
220-1 My '42 
BEDELL, Ralph Clalron, and others 
Getting that job; a handbook for high school 
graduates. (Pub. no 138. Contributions to 
ed. no 17) 55p pa 50c '41 Univ. of Neb. 
Ext. division 



BEDFORD, James Hiram, and Steelhead, B. F. 

Occupational exploration; a guidebook to vo- 
c.iiionul guidance for grades 7-9; 300p II 
$2.50 Soc. for occupatTonftJ--"res, ltd, 643 
W 34 th St, Los Angeles 
BEDFORD, Paul 
American college In war time. Assn Am Col 
B 28:402-8 O '42 
BEDICHEK, Roy, and Winship, F. L. 
Speech teacher and competition. (Pub. 
no414:) 131p bibliog pa 26c '41 Univ. of Tex. 
Bur. of public sch. extracurricular activities 
BEDINGER, Samuel Clay 
Sume suggestions for teaching shorthand. J 
Bus Ed 17:13-1- My '42 
BEDKER, Romeo R. 
Flash cards for mechanical-drawing claases. 

Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:301-2 S '41 
How to run a high school bowling league. Ind 

Arts & Voc Ed 31:382-4 N '42 
Sections for the drafting room. Ind Arts Sc 

Voc Ed 32:292-4 S '43 
Steam shovel. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:!30 D 
'41 
BEDNARZ, Joseph 
Life, work, farming and education. Volta R 
44:334-6 Je '42 
BEDORF, Mrs Rhoda (Tracy) 
B.E.W. transcription projects. Bus Ed World 
21:926-7; 22:38-9, 146-7. 248-9. 34S-9. 430-2. 
532-3, 630-1, 706-8, 810-12, 899-901 Je '41- 
Je '42 
Cooperative secretarial training in action. Nat 
Bus Ed Q 10:37-41 O '41; Summary. Nat Ed 
Assn Proc 1941:376 
Successful Job interview. Bus Ed World 21: 

880-3 Je '41 
Transcription rates and errors; an analysis 
of the B.E.W. transcription projects. Bus 
Ed World 22:142-4 O '41 
BEDS 

See also 
Mattresses 
BEEBE-CENTER, John Gilbert 
Educational psycholog>' in Brazil, bibliog 
Harvard Ed R 12:269-82 My '42 
BEEBEE, Frederic Scripps. See Tuttle, W. 

W. Jt. auth. 
BEECH, Mary L. 
Memorial liouse in Gough square. Engl J 30; 
490-2 Je '41 
BEECHER, Alvah A. 
Idaho's schools will sing! Mus Educators 
J 30:22-3 Ap '44 
BEECHER, Floyd A. 

What! no politics? Sch Executive 62:30 F '43 
BEECHER, George 
Thi.s school and these people who live here. 
Pro!?res Ed 19:4-7 Ja '42 
BEECHER, Marguerite 

I left teaching. Progres Ed 20:316-f- N '43 
BEECHER, Willard 
Language habits: teachers propose, pupils 

dispose! Clearing House 16:272-4 Ja '42 
Psychologist looks at Clearing house's 12 
pupil case histories, bibliog Clearing House 
17:80-2 O '42 
Truth about remedial reading. Clearing House 

17:271-4 Ja '43 
What is work and what is play? Clearing 

House 10:396-7 Mr '42 
What to use instead of moral indignation. 
Clearing House 16:195-7 D '41 
BEECHY, Atlee 
Pupil failure in the elementary schools. Ed 
Res B 22:99-101. 123-5 Ap-My '43 
BEEDE, Grace Lucile 
(ed) Hints for teachers. See monthly num- 
bers of (Classical Journal 
BEEMAN, Marjorie L. 
Adventures in the schoolroom. Volta R 44: 

139-i-, 389-91-!- Mr. Jl '42 
What can I do to help my deaf child? Volta R 
43:423-(- Jl '41 
BEEMAN, Mary 
Boys make nutrition work. Prac Home Econ 
21:223 Je '43 
BEER, Ethel S. 
Dav nursery, war ed 216p J2.50 '42 E. P. 

Dutton & CO. inc. 286 4th av. N.Y. 
For whom is social service? Social Studies 
35:75-9 F '44 



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141 



BEER, Ethel S. — Continued 
Goal ot social service clubs tor boys and 

girls. Sch Activities 14;181-2+ Ja '43 
Path to social service. Social Studies 35; 

108-11 Mr '44 
Try travelogues with j'our teen-ase child. Ed 

Forum 6:286-9 Mr '42 
BEERS, Kenneth F. 
He does not stand and wait. Volta R 44:578-|- 

O '42 
How grandmother got her earphone; story. 

Volta R 45:162-1- Mr '43 
BEERS, Robert E. 
Ho-ho-kus selects a principal. Am Sch Bd J 

104:68 Ap '42 
BEERY, George Shafer 
Analysis of the high school subjects presented 

for entrance by freshmen at Whitewater 

state teachers college 1940-1943. Comra Ed 

B 28:3-10 Mr '43 
BEERY, John R. See Hayes, B. C. jt. auth. 
BEES 
Bee-keeping in schools. Times Ed Sup 1391: 

622 D 27 '41 
Glass-tube method of observing the home 

life of solitary bees and wasps. C. G. Hart- 
man, il Sch Sci & Math 43:709-11 N '43 
Honeybee. A. H. Moeck. bibliog Sch Sci & 

Math 41:707-17 N '41 
Queen Bumblebee; story. C. H. Clasper. Am 

Childh 28:49-50 Ap '43 
Study of the bee. A. G. Croal. il Sch (Sec 

ed) 31:239-44 N '42 
Using colonies of bees for instruction. H. G. 

Barnes. Sch (Sec ed) 32:125-7 O '43 
Vegetation's best pollinizer, the bee. E. N. 

Dean, il Am Childh 29:53-4 Mr '44 
"Wild bees. B. N. Dean, il Am Childh 29:50 

Ap '44 

Units of work 
Bees work for victory. F. Upchurch. il Instr 

53:28-1- My '44 
Unit on bees. K. Smokovitz. bibliog il Grade 
Teach 59:34-t- My '42 
BEESE, Charles William 

Campus safety. J Bng Ed 32:72-81 S '41 
BEESON, Russell W. See Drag, F. L,. jt. auth. 
BEETHOVEN, Ludwig van 
How deafness aided Beethoven. A. S. Gar- 

bett. Volta R 45:217-19-1- Ap '43 
Solitude may be sanctuary. A, S. Garbett. 
Volta R 45:347-504- Je '43 
BEETS and beet sugar 
America grows her own sugar. T. M. Smith, 
il Prac Home Econ 20:351 O '42 
BEGG, John M. 
How radio can improve cultural relations. 
(In Institute for education by radio. Edu- 
cation on the air; twelfth yearbook, 1941. 
p 112-19) 
BEGG, William Roy 
Accounting for class funds, bibliog Sch Exec- 
utive 62:28-9 F '43 
BEGGS, Walter K. See Scott, C. W. Jt. auth. 
BEHARRIELL, Frederick J. 

Free composition in French. Sch (Sec ed) 
30:414-16 Ja '42 

BEHAVIOR 

Application of experimental techniques to the 
study of the social behavior of children. G. 
T. Buswell. El Sch J 43:261-3 Ja '43 

Army ofHcers in the making. D. J. McNassor. 
Ed Leadership 1:230-8 Ja '44 

Behavior changes resulting from a study of 
communicable diseases; an evaluation of 
the effects of learning on certain actions 
of high school pupils; summary. J. Urban. 
Teach Col Rec 45:351-2 F '44 

Behavior has its roots down deep. A. V. 
Keliher. Child Study 21:42-3-|- F '44 

Children's behavior problems. D. Ackerson. 
v2 $5 '42 Univ. of Chicago press 

Factors behind the behavior of children in 
school. E. M. Lloyd-Jones. Teach (jol Rec 
43:120-8 N '41 

Family situations and child behavior; a pro- 
posed frame of reference. J, H. S. Bos- 
sard, bibliog f J Ed Sociol 17:323-37 F '44 

Human instincts and doctrines about them. 
E. L. Thorndike. Brit J Ed P.sychol 12:85-7 
Je '42 



Inferiority attitudes and their correlations 
among children examined in a behavior 
clinic. L. Ackerson. bibliog Pedagog Sem 
62:85-96 Mr '43 

Observations of the behavior of children in 
activity and control schools. R, L. Thorn- 
dike and others. J Exper Ed 10:138-45 D 
•41 

Personal values and the direction of be- 
havior. A. D. Woodruff, bibliog f Sch R 
50:32-42 Ja '42 

Pre-adolescents — what makes them tick? F. 
Redl. Child Study 21:44-8-1- F '44 

Projective methods for personality analysis 
of expressive behavior in preschool children. 
W. AVolff. il Character & Personality 10: 
309-30 Je '42 

Psychological field as a determinant of the 
behavior and attitudes of preschool chil- 
dren. L. G. Portenier. bibliog Pedagog Sem 
62:327-33 Je '43 

Record for describing attitudes and behavior 
in the high school. D. Van Alstyne. J Ed 
Res 35:276-86 D '41 

Study of failures on the Stanford Binet in 
relation to behavior and school problems. 
I. S. Wile and R. Davis, bibliog J Ed 
Psychol 32:275-84 Ap '41 

Study of teachers' and of mental-hygienists' 
ratings of certain behavior problems ot 
children in 1927 and in 1940. J. C. Mitchell. 
J Ed Res 36:292-307 D '42 

Study of the classroom disturbances of eighth 
grade boys and girls. M. L. Hayes, bibliog 
$1.85 '43 Teachers col; Summary. Teach 
Col Rec 45:51-2 O '43 

Variant behavior as revealed by the Gesell 
developmental examination. L. B. Ames 
and F. L. Ilg. bibliog Pedagog Sem 63:273- 
305 D '43 
See also 

Aggressiveness 

Animal behavior 
(psychology) 

Goal seeking 



Group behavior 
Imitation 
Instinct 
Problem children 



Tests and scales 
Can learning bring about changes in overt 
behavior? J. Urban. Sci Ed 27:96-9 N '43 
Evaluating children's group experiences. K. 

H. Read, il Childh Ed 19:393-7 My '43 
Gesell incomplete man test as a differential 
indicator of average and superior behavior 
in preschool children. L. B. Ames, bibliog il 
Pedagog Sem 62:217-74 Je '43 
Relation between ability in scientific think- 
ing and behavior in situations involving 
choice. N. M. Buck and R. H. Ojemann. 
J Exper Ed 11:215-19 D '42 
Santa Barbara behavior rating scale: its de- 
velopment and use as an evaluation instru- 
ment in a program of guidance; abstract of 
thesis. H. H. Smith, bibliog J Ed Res 37: 
500-11 Mr '44 
See 'arso 
Personality tests 
Social intelligence — 
Tests and scales 
BEHAVIOR clinics. See Child guidance clinics 
BEHAVIOR patterns 
Approach to the measurement ot insecurity. 
M. E. Prichard and R. H. Ojemann, J Exper 
Ed 10:114-18 D '41 
Patterns of behavior of young children as 
revealed by a factor analysis of trait 
clusters. K. M. Maurer. bibliog Pedagog 
Sem 59:177-88 S '41 
BEHAVIOR problems. See Problem children 
BEHAVIOR records. See Personnel records 
BEHAVIORISM 
Emergent mind and education. A. .S. Clav- 
ton. bibliog $2.35 '43 Teachers col; Sum- 
mary. Teach Col Rec 45:206 D '43 
See also 
Field theory (psy- Mechanical theory 

ehology) of life 

Instinct Psychology, Physio- 

logical 
BEHLE, Calvin A. 
Current status of War department preinduc- 
tion training needs. Mont Ed 20:14 Ap '44 
BEHLES, Joseph A. 
Health program for seminaries. Nat Cath 
Ed Assn Proc 1941:577-83 



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BEHM. Joseph P. 
Teachrr itiui the public. N Y State Ed 29:666- 
h+ Je '42 
BEHN, Robert C. 
Devclopnient of examinations for the non- 
acudemic personnel of the University of 
Minnesota. (In Minnesota. University. Com- 
mittee on cducationeU research. Studies In 
higher education, p 188-91) 
BEHRENDT, Walter Curt 
City planninR. bibliog (In National society 
for the study of education. Fortieth year- 
book. p37-4i>) 

BEHRENS. Carl E. ^ ,. ., 

Atomic theorv from 1904 to 1913. bibliog f 

Am J Physics 11:60-6 Ap '43 
Early development of the Bohr atom, bibliog f 

Am J Physics 11:135-47 Je '43 
Further developments of Bohr's early atomic 

theorv. bibliog f Am J Physics 11:272-81 

O '43 

BEHRENS, H. D. 
Selective admission policies in teachers col- 
leges of eastern states; New York. Teach 
Ed J 3:32-5 Je '41 
BEHRENS. Richard Herman 
PhotoKrapliic aids for the vocational teacher. 
Ind Axis & Voc Ed 33:149-53 Ap '44 
BEIGEL, Hugo G. 
Education for giving. Par M 17:17-}- D '42 

BEIGHEY. D. Clyde 
Teaching business subjects by the unit plan. 
J Bus Ed 18:13-15 Ja '43 

BEIGHLEY, K. C. 

What the experts say about nasality, bib- 
liog Q J Speech 29:199-206 Ap '43 
BEILER, A. H. 
Prolate and curtate. Sch Sci & Math 43:848- 
51 D '43 
BEIRUT university. See American university 

of Beirut 
BEISE, Dorothy. See Bell, il. jt. auth. 
BEITO, Edv/in A. 
Mathematics of aviation. Math Teach 34: 
30o-S N '41 
BELANE, George, pseud. See Boas. G. 
BELAONDE, Victor Andres 
Characteristics of Peruvian culture. Inst Int 
Ed News B 17:5-7 D '41; 6-7 Ja '42 

BELDING, Anson Wood 
Cooperation out of clashes. J Ed 126:120 Ap 

'43 
Great Caesar's ghost. J Ed 125:249 N '42 
Ideal high school: its purposes and operation. 

J Ed 125:44-t- F '42 
It's good for the Quiz kids, their teachers 

report. J Ed 125:74-6 Mr '42 
On v.ith the .show! say parents of Quiz kids 
J Ed 125:10-11 Ja '42 
BELDING, Mary Allison 
Books for your leisure time. . .if any. J Ed 

125:278-9 D '42 
Some books vou would enjoy. J Ed 124:295-8 
D '41 
BELGIAN schools in Great Britain 
Exhibition of work. Times Ed Sup 1423:384 

Ag 8 '42 
Exhibition of work by Belgian schoolchildren. 

J Ed London 74:418 S '42 
Miniature Belgian educational system in 
exile. Sch & Soc 56:63 Jl 18 '42 
BELGIAN students in Great Britain 
See also 
Belgian schools in 
Great Britain 
BELGIUM 

German occupation 

Brussels university and the Nazis. Sch & Soc 
55:383 Ap 4 '42 

Education in occupied Belgium; heroic resist- 
ance to the oppressor. Times Ed Sup 1415: 
282 Je 13 '42 

Effect of malnutrition on education in Bel- 
gium. E. Cammaerts. (In American asso- 
ciation of school administrators. Official 
report, 1943. p93-5) 

Impressions of a schoolboy in Belgium. (In 
American association of school administra- 
tors. Official report. 1943. p95-6) 



BELIEF and doubt 

Seo also 
Truth 

BELISLE, Hector Louis 
Books, business, and budgets. Neb Ed J 
23:78 Mr '43 
BELL, Alexander Graham 
They made our country great. Instr 52:24 
Mr '43 
BELL, Andrew 
Bishop Shute Barrlngton's educational ex- 
pernnent. F. H. BrunskiU. London Quar- 
terly and Holborn Review 168:71-5 Ja '43 
BELL, Bernardlne 
Selecting trainees for part-time work. Bus 
Ed World 23:387 F '43 
BELL, Carl A. 
History of agricultural education of less than 
college grade in Illinois. See Illinois. Board 
for vocational education 
Obituary 

Ag Ed M por 14:203 My '42 
BELL, Donald J. 
Principals tackle football. Nation's Sch 28: 
51-2 Jl '41 
BELL, Edith May 
National heroes of Latin America. Mid Sch 
56:230-1 Ap '42 
BELL, George Kennedy Allen, bp of Chichester 
Religious education: is the Scottish solution 
possible in England? J Ed London 75:53-4 
F '43 
BELL, Harry 
Comprehension in silent reading; a class- 
room reconnaissance of some of the factors 
involved. Brit J Ed Psychol 12:47-55 F '42 
Recent trends in physical education. J Ed 
London 74:312-f Jl '42 
BELL, Helen, and Jacobs, Pauline 
Joe learned to smile. J Home Econ 34:367 
Je '42 
BELL, How^ard Mitchell 
Junior Red cross marks twenty-flfth anni- 
versary: Virginia juniors in all out war 
effort. Va J Ekl 36:108-9 N '42 
Matching youth and jobs. (In Pennsylvania. 
University. School of education. Roads to 
the future. p335-4n) 
Y'outh and the future. Sch & Soc 58:314-17 
O 16 '43 
BELL, Hugh McKee 
Altitudes, values and the democratic ideal, 
bibliog f (In California elementary school 
principals' association. Guiding children in 
democratic living; fourteenth vearbook. 
P56-61) 

Rest pauses in motor learning as related to 
Snoddy's hypothesis of mental growth. 
(Psychological monographs. v54 no 1; whole 
no243) 38p bibliog pa '42 Am. psychological 

assn. 

BELL, Isabel C, 
Summer round-up of the children. N T 
State Ed 29:631-*- My "42 
BELL, James Carleton 

In retrospect. Ed Adm & Sup 29:65-76 F '43 
BELL, John Elderkin 
Religious counseling of the abnormal college 
student, bibliog f Relig Ed 37:195-201 Jl '42 
BELL, John W. 
Supervision in the Chicago high schools. Am 
Sch Bd J 103:21-24- Ag '41 
BELL, Juanita T. 
Drill can be fun. Grade Teach 59:20 Mr '42 
Health unit. Grade Teach 61:26-f Ja '44 
Ten o'clock in toyland: plav. Grade Teach 
61:33-t- D '43 
BELL, Kenneth E. 

Leather. J Chem Ed 19:340-3 Jl '42 
BELL, Leslie H. 
When release teachers from contracts? Am 
Sch Bd J 105:19-20 Ag '42 
BELL. Leslie R. 
Music education and jazz. Sch (El ed and 

Sec ed) 31:759-62 Jly '43 
Recordings for teaching instrumental tone 
color. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32:110-13. 
210-13 O-N '43 

What is music appreciation? Sch (El ed and 
Sec ed) 30:22-4 S '41 



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143 



BELL, Louis Horace 

Laboratories on wheels. Adult Ed B 6:39-40 
D '41 
BELL, Mrs Louise Price 

About Mother Goose. Am Chiidh 28:41 S '42 

Happy day; story. Am Chiidh 29:55-6 N '43 

Make your own cards. Instr 53:37 D '43 

Outdoor ovens one hundred years old. Am 
Chiidh 27:44 N '41 

Ready-to-use tests for middle and upper 
grades; sharp eyes at Christmas. Instr 53: 
15 D '43 

Sally learns to cook; story. Instr 53:20 Ja "44 

Silhouettes for you to make. Instr 53:36 F 
'44 
BELL, Lynne 

Do we listen to our pupils? Engl J 33:79-81 
F '44 
BELL, Margaret 

Health examinations help to promote phys- 
ical fitness, bibliog f Nation's Sch 31:25-6 
Ap '43 

Implications of the emergency for health 
guidance. J Health & Phys Ed 13:343-5 
Je "42 

Pathway to the immediate correction of 
remedial defects, bibliog f J Health & Phys 
Ed 14:19S-9-t- Ap '43 
— Beise, Dorothy; and Hughes, B. O. 

Anthropometry of young women. Am Assn 
Health Phys Ed & Rec Res Q 12:566-70 O 
'41 
BELL, Marjorie 

School meal for children of working mothers. 
Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32:202-5 N '43 
BELL, Millard DeWitt 

Old school witli a new look. Nations Sch 
33:34-6 Ap '44 

Plan tor the reorganization of administrative 
units for the schools of Nebraska. 105p 
bibliog maps $1.85 '41 Teachers col. 
BELL, Oliver 

Films in education. World Assn Adult Ed 
Bui 2d s 35:14-19 N '43 
BELL, R. W. 

Archaeologv in the Latin course, bibliog 
Sch (Sec ed) 30:308-10 N '41 

Classics: the development of the Roman 
house. Sch (Sec ed) 31:31-4 S '42 
BELL, Reginald 

Children's opinions of their classmates, bib- 
liog FYogres Ed 19:278-83 My '42 

Planning for the navy's training films. Calif 
J Sec Ed 19:28-30 Ja '44 

— See Wrenn, C. G. jt. auth. 
— and others 

Motion pictures in a modern curriculum; a 
report on the use of films in the Santa 
Barbara schools. (Studies ser. 2. Motion 
pictures in ed. v5 no6) 179p il pa $1 '41 
Am. council on ed. 
BELL, Richard 

Moslem thinker on the teaching of religion: 
al-Ghazzali A.D. 1058-1111. Hibbert Jour- 
nal 42:31-6 O '43 
BELL, Richard M. 

Safety and the shop teachers. Ind Arts cS: 
Voc Ed 31:32A-f- Mr '42 
BELL, Ruth E. 

College course for training aviation secre- 
taries. Bus Ed World 23:534-6 My "43 
BELL adjustment inventory 

Diagnostic value of the Bell adjustment in- 
ventory for college women. C. J. Marsh. 
Journal of Social Psychology 17:103-9 F 
'43 

Hence, problem children. J. A- Broxson. Pea- 
body J Ed 20:29-33 Jl '42; Same. Ed Adm 
& Sup 29:177-82 Mr '43 
Reliability of the Bell inventories and their 
correlation with teacher judgment. A. E. 
Traxler. bibliog f J Ap Psychol 25:672-8 
D '41 
Tested personality adjustment in Jewish and 
non-Jewish groups. H. H. Long. J Negro 
Ed 13:64-0 Ja '44 
BELL school inventory 
Reliability of the Bell inventories and their 
correlation w-ith teacher judgment. A. E. 
Traxler. bibliog f Journal of Applied Psy- 
chology 25:672-8 D '41 
BELL system. See Monitorial system of edu- 
cation 



BELLA. Andrew 
War-time projects in one school. J Ed 125: 
149-51 My '42 
BELLAFIORE, Joseph 
English tor defense. Engl J 31:318-20 Ap '42 
Intercultural understanding through word 

study. Engl J 30:640-4 O '41 
Rehabilitating a problem class in English. 

Engl J 31:366-74 My '42 
Wartime newspaper vocabulary. H Points 24: 
10-17 My '42 
BELLAK, Leopold 
Possible dynamic explanation of variability 
in the I.Q. Journal of Abnormal and So- 
cial Psycholog>' 36:106-9 Ja "41 
BELLAY, Joachim du. See Du Eellay, J. 
BELLERUE, Alberta 
Aviation A B (js. bibliog Sch Executive 62: 
22-3-f O '42 
BELLEVILLE, New Jersey 

High school 
Harnessing the graduate for war and de- 
fense. E. W. Seibert. Am Sch Bd J 104: 
27-8 F '42 
BELLEVUE adult intelligence scale 
Cultural and racial variations in patterns of 
intellect. S. Machover. bibliog ?1.60 '43 
Teachers col; Summary. Teach Col Rec 45: 
52-4 O '43 
BELLINGER, Lois W. 
Seniors go out to a war-torn world. Sch 
Executive 62:36-7-t- N '42 
BELLINGHAM, Washington 

High school 
Making friends across international border; 
high-school band participates. C. E. Leedv 
and D. Leedy. Ed Vic 1:19 Jl 15 '42; Same, 
il Sch Executive 61:11-12 Ag '42 
BELLIS, Daisy Maud 

Circular perspective. Sch Arts 42:348 Je '43 
BELLMAN, Dean S. 
Football charging sled and hurdles. Ind Arts 
& Voc Ed 30:439-40 D '41 
BELLOT, Hugh Hale 
Books on American history since 1913. J Ed 
London 73:478-80 N '41 
BELLOWS, Roger M. 
Procedures for evaluating vocational criteria. 
bibliog f J Ap Psychol 25:499-513 O "41 
BELLS 
Ringing bells: a Christmas activity. A. Haw- 
thorne, bibliog Am Chiidh 28:27-8 D '42 
BELMONT, Massachusetts 

Education 
Why and how of Belmont's workshop. M. R. 
Shibles. il Sch Executive 62:20-1+ D "42 
BELOE, R. 
Surrey agreed syllabus. Times Ed Sup 1362: 
264 Je 7 '41 
BELOIT, Wisconsin 

High school 
Bookkeeping students operate school savings 
department. R. E. Hoffmann. Comm Ed B 
26:60-2 My '41 
BELSER, Danylu 
Are they ready to read? Sch Executive 61: 
16-17-1- Ap '42 

Changing concepts of school supervision. Ed 
Meth 22:259-65 Mr '43 
BELT, A. Estelle 
This is worth fighting for! play. Instr 53: 

42-1- F '44 

BELTING, Natalia Maree. See Belting. P. E. 

jt. auth. 
BELTING. Paul Everett, and Belting, N. M. 
Modern high school curriculum. 276p $2.50 '42 
Garrard press, 119 W Park av. Champaign, 
111. 
BELTS 
Gaucho belts; with Spanish tr. P. Degen- 

hart. il Sch Arts 41:276 Ap '42 
Gay belt with a useful pocket. M. B. Hill. 

il diag Instr 50:32 S "41 
Ornamental metal belts. K. R. Kuemmerlein. 
il diags Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:336 O '42 



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BELYEA, Harold Cahlll 

So your boy wants to be a forester! Rural 
New-Yorker 100:1D5 Mr 22 '41 
BEMAN, Lois E. 

What is it tliat makes successful teachers? 
Nation's Sell 30:31 D '42 
BEMENT, Alon 

Development of industrial desigm in America. 
(In National society for the study of edu- 
cation. Fortieth yearbook. p93-9) 
BEMENT, Grace (IVIrs Lewis D. Bement) 

Makeshifts won't do. J Ed 126:79 Mr '43 
BEIVIENT, Mrs Lewis D. See Bement. G. 
BEMENT, Newton Silas 

Foreign lanpuase curriculums and course en- 
rollments In Michigan accredited secondary 
schools. Mod I^ang- J 26:329-37 My '42 
BEMIS, Eaton O. and Trow, W. C. 

Remedial arithmetic after two years. J Ed 
Res 35:443-52 F '42 
BENBEN, John S. 

Dedication of a service plaque. Phi Delta 
Kappan 25:108+ Ja '43 

Let social service help. Nation's Sch 30:45 
O '42 

Sunmier day camp: one community's attack 
on rising Juvenile delinquency. Nation's Sch 
32:22-3 Jl '43 
BENBOW, Spencer D. 

Lessons by V-mail. Nation's Sch 32:16-18 D 
'43 

University of the armed forces. J Ed Soc 16: 
577-90 My '43 
BENDALL, Frederic William Duffleld 

Education in the array: purpose and plan 
of the work. Times Ed Sup 1383:521 N 1 
'41 
BENDER, Irving Edison, and others 

Motivation and visual factors; individual 
.studies of college students. 369p bibliog t 
'42 Dartmouth 
BENDER, James Frederick 

How's your interviewing technique? Occupa- 
tions 22:299-301 F '44 

Queens speech and hearing center; a co- 
operative venture of school and society. 
Volta R 45:613-15-f N '43 

Seven simple tests of motor coordination. 
Volta R 46:2G7-t- My '44 

Speech — its significance in education. Nat 
Ed Assn Proc 1941:535 
BENDER, Louis B. 

Civilian training In our war effort. Radio 
News 28:10-13-1- D '42 
BENDER, Ralph E. 

Analysis of swine project records. Ag Ed M 
15;66-7-f O '42 

Contribution of the Canal Winchester F.F.A. 
chapter to the war effort, por Ag Ed Mag 
16:136-7 Ja '44 

Evaluation of the participating experiences 
in the pre-service professional training pro- 
gram of teachers of vocational agriculture 
at Ohio state university. Ag Ed M 15:134- 
5+ Ja '43 

Securing good results in producing pork, por 
Ag Ed Mag 16:46-7 S "43 
BENEDICT, Agnes Elizabeth 

.Uert for education. Independent Woman 22: 
38-9-1- F '43 

Children's war. New York Times Magazine 
p25 N 8 '42 

Play centers: one answer to Juvenile delin- 
quency. Independent Woman 23:4-5-(- Ja '44 

Progress to freedom; the story of Ameri- 
can education. 309p $3 '42 Putnam 

Towards democracy. Parents Mag 19:30-l-t- 
My '44 

Violence in the classroom. Nation 156:51-3 Ja 
9 '43 

— See Franklin. A. Jt. auth. 
BENEDICT, Edith 

Hearing aid on a new Job. Volta R 45:351-1- 
Je '43 
BENEDICT, Libby 

(tr) See Laugier, H. Reconstruction in 
France: educational equality 
BENEDICT, Mrs Ruth (Fulton) 

Educative process — a comparative note. (In 
National education association. Department 
of supervisors and directors of instruction. 
Mental health in the classroom; thirteenth 
yearbook, p 122-7) 



Transmitting our democratic heritage In the 
.schools. American Journal of Sociology 48: 
722-7 My '43 

Victory over discrimination and hate; dif- 
ferences vs. superiorities. Front Democ 9: 
81-2 D '42 

We can't afford race prejudice. Front Democ 
9:2 O '42 
BENEDICT college. Columbia, South Carolina 

Experiences in adjusting student-teaching 
and extension service to emergency con- 
ditions. G. E. Nelson. Ed Adm & Sup 29: 
111-17 F '4:i 
BENEDICTA, Sister, originally Annie Lynch 

Outline in survey of English literature and 
technique of poetry. 2d rev ed 92p bibliog ( 
pa '40 The auth, 14020 Euclid av, Cleve- 
land 
BENEFACTIONS. See Endowments 
BENELL, Florence B. 

Do college students live? Wis J Ed 74:289- 
90 F -42 

Streajnlining hygiene. J Health & Phys Ed 
12:509 N '41 

Teacher's role in health defense. Wis J Ed 
75:322 F '43 

Tellinsj the story of health. Nation's Sch 29: 
60-f F '42 
BEN^T, Rosemary (Carr) (Mrs Stephen Vin- 
cent Ben^t) and Ben4t, S. V. 

Nancy Hanks; poem. Nat Ed Assn J 30:258 
D '41 
BENfiT, Stephen Vincent 

Christmas prayer. Par M 17:15 D '42 

Prayer tor United nations. N Y State Ed 
aM:G19 Jly '43 

Stephen Vincent Ben6t. H. W. Wells. Col 
Engl 5:8-13 O '43 

Western star 

— Stephen Vincent Ben6t's Western star. E. 
L. Anderson. Engl J 33:146-8 Mr '44 

—See Ben§t. R. C. Jt. auth. 
BENfeT. Mrs Stephen Vincent. See Ben«t. R. C. 
BENET, Sula M. and Joffe, Natalie 

Central European food patterns. Prac Home 
Econ 22:8-10-1- Ja '44 
BEN^T. William Rose 

And the truth shall make them free. Nat Par- 
Teach 37:16-19 O '42 
BEN^TEAU, A. J. 

Lesson in natural science. Sch (El ed) 31: 
524-8 F '43 
BENEWAY. James 

New York state voung people face youths' 
problems. Adult Ed Bui 8:07-9 F '44 
BENEZET, Louis Tomlinson 

General education in the progressive college. 
(Contributions to ed. noS84) 190p bibliog 
52.35 '43 Teachers col; Summary. Teach 
Col Rec 45:129 N '43 

Progressive college: a study of three institu- 
tions. J Higher Ed 15:95-8 F '44 
BENFIELD, Adalbert Edwin 

Bridge method of measuring the incremental 
inductance of an iron-cored inductor. Am J 
Physics 11:298-9 O '43 

Modified Rowland ring experiment. Am J 
Physics 11:43 F '43 
BENGTSON, Caroline 

Amazing publicity. Sch & Soc 58:262 O 2 '43 

Freedom does not mean chaos. Sch & Soc 
55:51-2 Ja 10 '42 

Retirement and security. Sch & Soc 56:167 
Ag 29 '42 
BENGTSON, Nels August, and Van Royen, 
Willem 

Fundamentals of economic geography. (Pren- 
tice-Hail geography ser) rev ed 802p bib- 
liog il maps diags $5; to cols $4.25 '42 
Pientice-Hall 
BENHAM. Frederic Charles 

Economics; a general textbook: adapted to 
American student use by F. A. Lutz. 525p 
$3 '41 Pitman 
BENHAM high school, Benham, Kentucky 

(Contribution of the library to the work of 
Benham high school. Mrs A. Kaylor. So 
Assn Q 7:447-52 N '43 
BENHOFF. Mrs Helen Spreng 

Cleveland's school libraries. Wilson Lib B 
17:716-22-f My "43 



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145 



BENJAMIN, Abram Cornelius 

Cultural fringe of science. J Higher Ed 14: 
455-61+ D '43 . 

Objective examinations in philosophy. J 
Higher Ed 13:129-34 Mr '42 
BENJAMIN, Erich 

Social adjustment during early childhood and 
its failures. (In Institute on education and 
the exceptional child. Proceedings, 1942. 
P6-12) 
BENJAMIN, Gilbert Giddings 

Obituary 

Sch & Soc 53:76S Je 21 '41 
BENJAMIN. Harold Raymond Wayne (J. 
Abner Peddiwell, pseud) 

Adequate public school program. (In Pennsyl- 
vania. University. School of education. Co- 
ordination of school and community. p40-6) 

Adult education during the sixty years' war. 
J Adult Ed 13:359-64 O '41 

America must be strong, and smart, too. If 
possible. Pa Sch J 90:204-6 F '42 

Better relationships in the western hemi- 
sphere. Nat Ed Assn Proc 1941:45-50; Same 
cond. Nat Ed Assn J 30:203-4 O '41 

Emersent conceptions of the school adminis- 
trator's task. (Stanford univ. Sch. of ed. 
Cubberley lecture, 1938) 2i;p $1 "42 Stanford 
univ. press 

Interchange of cultural viewpoints. Phi Delta 
Kappan 24:101-3 N '41 

Of greater moment than guns. Ed Leader- 
.<;hip 1:1 O '43 

Paleolithic defense; satire. Sch & Soc 54:290- 
2 O 11 '41 

Problems of pupil adjustment in the sec- 
ondary school and their implications for the 
school administrator. (In Pennsylvania. 
University. School of education. Coordina- 
tion of school and community. p87-92) 

Progress in education and recreation. Ed 
Vic 1:26-3 Je 1 '42 

Protecting our educational ideals; defense is 
not by guns alone. Am Assn Univ Women 
J 34:211-16 Je "41 

School and college re-study their charters. 
(In American college personnel association. 
Report of the eighteenth annual meeting, 
1941. p32-8) 

Soldier's education for peace. Front Democ 
8:205-7 Ap '42 

War measure for adult education. Adult Ed 
B 6:67 F '42 

J. Abner Peddiwell speaks again. T. M. 
Carter. Sch & Soc 54:471-2 N 22 '41 

Portrait 

Kv Sch J 20:18 Ap '42 
— and Hand, H. C. 

This war and America; objection. Front 
Democ 8:19-20 O '41 
BENJAMIN, Theodore D. 
Modern role of physical science teaching. 
Teach Col Rec 45:272-9 Ja '44 
— and Gordon, I. S. 
Tour allv. the English teacher. Sci Ed 28: 
102-5 Mr '44 
BENN, Sir Ernest John Pickstone, 2d bart 
Educational revolution. (Post-war questions, 
no 14) 18p pa 6d '42 Individualist bookshop, 
ltd, 154 Fleet st. London EC4 
BENN, Oleta A. 
Architectural acoustics. Mus Educators J 
28:32-1- F "42 
BENNE, Kenneth D. 

Conception of authority; an introductory 
study. (Contributions to ed. no895) 227p 
bibliog S2.65 '43 Teachers col; Summary. 
Teach Col Rec 45:348-50 F '44 
Locating and developing unused sources of 
power in educational control. (In John 
Dewey society. Mobilizing educational re- 
sources. p51-65) 

What should the schools be doing? the war- 
time job of teachers. Front Democ 8:209- 
12 Ap '42 

Youth — a neglected source of educational 
power. (In John Dewey society. Mobilizing 
educational resources, p 118-32) 

—See Bradford. L. P; Melby, E. O; Stanley, 
W. jt. auths. 
■ — and Stanley, William 

Reactions against social atomism: Sumner's 
Folkways, bibliog f Ed Forum 7:51-62 N 
'42 



BENNER, Audrey C. 
Pan-American day at Central junior high. 

Sch Activities 13:294+ Ap '42 
BENNER, Lorraine W. „ „ ,, 

Kindergarten quiz. Childh Ed 19:312-15 Mr 

'43 
BENNER, Thomas Eliot 
Final report of the University of Chicago 

experiment. North Cen Assn Q 16:212-14 

O '41; Summary. J Higlier Ed 13:105 F '42 
Higher education in Illinois. Ill Ed 32:136-7 

Ja '44 
Illinois educators organize for war effort. 

Sch & Soc 55:135-6 Ja 31 '42 
Moral versus technological values in wartime 

education. Sch & Soc 67:19 Ja 2 '43 
Profe.ssional responsibilities of the graduate 

s.'hool. J Higher Ed 15:135-40 Mr '44 
—and Sanford, C. W. 

War problems and responsibilities or 11- 

iinois schools. Ill Ed 30:173+ P '42 
BENNETT, Alvin, and Sell, M. E. 
We learn about housing. Sch Arts 42:319 My 

'43 
BENNETT, Annette 
AnaJvsis of errors in word recognition made 

by retarded readers. J Ed Psychol 33:25-38 

Ja '42 
Reading material and the retarded reader. 

Ed Forum 6:290-3 Mr '42 

BENNETT, Blossom 
Alberts new home; story. Instr 51:18 S '42 

BENNETT, Charles Alpheus 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 55:721 Je 27 '42 
Portrait 

Ind Arts .S: Voc Ed 31:81 F '42 
Tribute to a great leader. W. T. Bawden. 

por Ind Arts & Voc Ed 31:291-2+ S '42 
Tributes. A. F. Siepert; J. McKinney. Ind 
Arts & Voc Ed 31:320+ S '42 
BENNETT, Chester Wallace 
Valence in the light of electronic structure, 
bibliog Sch Sci & Math 44:233-50 Mr '44 
BENNETT, Donald Menzies 

Physics on the radio. (In Kentucky. Univer- 
sity. Proceedings of the eighteenth annual 
educational conference, p 117-20) 
BENNETT, Fred A. 
New method of teaching biography. Engl J 
30:590 S '41 
BENNETT, Geoffrey Thomas 
Obituary 

Nature 152:558-9 N 13 '43. H. F. Baker 
BENNETT, George Kettner 
Distribution of scores from revisions of Army 
alpha. J Ap Psychol 27:150-1 Ap '43 
— and Cruikshank, R. M. 
Sex differences in the understanding of me- 
chanical problems, bibliog J Ap Psychol 
26:121-7 Ap '42 
Summary of manual and mechanical ability 
tests [mimeographed] 75p 50c '42 Psycho- 
logical Corp. 
BENNETT, Herschel Keith 
New handbook for rural and grade teachers. 

Mid Sch 56:7+ S '41 
Plan for directed study through work-type 
reading; remedial reading instruction in 
the content subjects for the grades and 
high school. 122p 50c; progress charts ea 
10c Klipto loose leaf co, 15 S Delaware av. 
Mason City, Iowa 
Remembering what they read. Grade Teach 

59:54+ Ja '42 
Suggestions concerning wh.tt schools can do 
to relieve the farm labor shortage. See 
Iowa. Department of public instruction 
Teaching how to study; experience in organ- 
izing, summarizing, outlining and evaluat- 
ing. Grade Teach 59:66-7 O '41 
BENNETT, Mrs Irene 
Recorder; some reflections on a lecture 
course J Ed London 74:202 My '42 
BENNETT, Jean 
Christmas cs-ndle folks. Grade Teach 59:33 
D '41 
BENNETT, Kathleen Park 
No high-school sorority for mv daughter. 
Good Housekeeping 115:48+ O '42 
BENNETT, Kathryn Seymour 
Romans off guard: slang and defense mecha- 
nisms. Class J 39:307-14 F '44 



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BENNETT, Mrs La Verne Means 
Adjustlne— de-luxe. J Health & Phys Ed 13. 

402-4 S '42 
Test of divine for use in beKinninK classes. 
Am Assn Health Phys Ed & Kec lies Q 
13:109-15 Mr '42 
BENNETT. Llndley Henry , 

TralninK shop Instructors: Dominion-provin- 
cial war emergency program. Sch (Sec 
ed) 30:248-51 N '41 
BENNETT. Margaret Elaine 
College and life: problems of self-discpvery 
and self-direction; with the editorial co- 
operation of L. M. Terman. 2d ed rev 50.ip 
biblioe $2.75 '41 McGraw-Hill 
New occasions and N.V.G.A. opportunities. 

Occupations 22:49-52 O ^43 
This work goelh fast on. Occupations 21:171-2 
O '42 
—and Uav\is, Gertrude 

Little girls as women. Ed Leadership 1.7S-8» 
N '43 
BENNETT, Martha A. See Walker, E. V. Jt. 

auth. 
BENNETT, Raymond Durling 
United States history in our high schools. 
Sch & Soc 5S:126-S Ag 21 '43 

BENNETT, Robert Ray , u „ 

Equipping a high-school chemistry labora- 
tory Teach Col J 13:122-4 Jl '42 
BENNETT, Rovwena 
Snow man who played Santa Claus; play. 

Grade Teach 61:30-|- D '43 " 

Waking the daffodil; play. Grade Teach 61: 
2G-t- -A.p '44 

BENNETT, Thomas C. . „ i 

Selective placement program. (In i'ennsj'i- 
vania University. School of education. Co- 
ordination of school and community. p205-8) 

BENNETT college, Greensboro, North Caro- 

College serves its community. L. Taylor. J 
Higher Ed 13:386-7 O '42 

Communitv activities of a college. Sch R 50. 
409 Je '42 ,, , 

Current trends and events in Negro educa- 
tion: the campus spreads. A. N. ^\ hitine. J 
Negro Ed 12:256-9 Ap '43 „ „ „. . „, 

Studv to be quiet. J. Davis. Q R Higher Ed 
Among Negroes 11:38-43 Jl '43 

BENNETTON, J. H. , ^j t j 

English as a world language. J Ed London 
74:14-1- Ja '42 
BENNINGER, Lawrence Joseph 

Methods versus skill in shorthand instruction. 
Bsns Ed World 24:388-9 Mr '44 

BENNINGTON college , , ^ „ li. 

Bennington college health service H ^ 
Peplau. il Public Health Nursmg 34:573-5-1- 
O '42 
Contemporarv college. L. W. Jones. J Higher 

Ed 12:457-63 D '41 
Function of the school in art education. E. A. 
Park. (In Pennsylvania. University. School 
of education. Coordination of school and 
community. o339-47) 
Junior division curriculum at Bennington col- 
lege. J. H. Cornehlsen, jr. Curric J 14:138-9 
Mr '43 
Personalitv & social change. T. M. New- 
comb. $2.50 '43 Dryden 
Reconstruction of liberal education. L. W. 
Jones. Assn Am Col Bui 30:317-29 My '44 
BENNIT, Dorothy Virginia 

Map your draw. Sch Arts 41:348 Je '42 
BENOIT, Eula. See Turner. G. jt. auth. 
BENSENVILLE community high school, Ben- 
senville, Illinois 
Follow-up study of the graduates of the 
Bensenville community high school. K. W. 
Haubenschild. Comm Ed B 27:3-8 O '41 
BENSON, Charles Emile 
Comments on Ten commandments for skill 
building. Bsns Ed World 24:65-6 O "43 

BENSON, Clarence H. 

Introduotion to child study. 8th ptg rev 

240p il $1.50 '42 The Moody press. 153 

Institute pi. Chicago 10 
Popular history of Christian education. 355p 

$2 '43 The Moody press, 153 Institute pi, 

Chicago 10 



BENSON, Em.inuel Mervin „, ,„ , c. -aa 

This is your world. Ed Screen 23:62-4 F 44 

BENSON, Freda S. ._. j i ^ 

Static demonstration— a teaching device, 
l^rac Home Econ 21;55-(- F "43 
BENSON, Harold Milton 
Code typewriting, por J Bsns Ed 19:il-Z Mr 
'44 
— and Terrill, W. A. . , ^ ,^ , , 

Distributive education in Ohio high schools. J 
Bus F^ 17:23-4 Je '42 

BENSON, Margaret E. .„„,„.„ 

Mcrting the shortage of nurses. American 
Journal of Nursing 41:1376-80 D '41 

BENSON, Marie S. ^ „ „., „ oo.c 

Experiment In shorthand. Comm Ed B ^8.6- 

13 My '43 
My first semester with the functional meth- 
od shorthand. Comm Ed Bui 29:3-7 D 43 
BENSON, Ritchie E. , .^,. , . ,„ „ , .„ 

Unit on rest and sleep, bibliog Instr 52.9-H Ap 
'43 
BENSON, Viola E. _ . . 

Intelligence and later scholastic fuccess <» 
sixth-grade pupils. Sch & Soc 55:163-7 * 
7 '42 
BENT, Elizabeth Cameron 
Must freedom mark time? Sierra Ed News 

39:12-13 Je '43 
Vision, reality, and the task. Neb Ed J 
23:85 Mr '13 
BENT, Rudyard K. and Kronenberg, H- H. 
Principles of secondary education. (McGraw- 
Hill ser. in ed) 594p bibliog maps J3 41 
McGraw-Hill 
BENTEEN, Susan . 

Arts work shop for teachers. Design 43.25 O 
'41 
BENTHUL, Herman F. ™ ,-, „ oc 

Supervising creative teaching. Tex Outl 26. 
39-40 S '42 
BENTLEY, A. P. 
Institution of life insurance in our present 
war. Q R Higher Ed Among Negroes 11: 
24-6 O '43 
BENTLEY, Alma. See York, M. E. jt. auth. 

BENTLEY, Frank W. 
Handv mounting for circular reference ana 
datk disks. Ind Arts & Voc Ed 30:306 S '41 

BENTLEY, Louise E. . . ,„ . 

Another way of teaching a reading text to a 
second vear class. Mod Lang J 26:431-0 u 
'42 
BENTON, Arthur Lester 
Application of Hutt's revised scoring of the 
Kohs block designs test to the performances 
of adult subjects, bibliog f American Jour- 
nal of Psychologj- 54:131-2 Ja '41 
Study of the performances of young adults on 
the Kohs block designs test, bibliog J Ap 
Psychol 25:420-7 Ag '41 

BENTON, John Keith ^.. „„ = o .j, 

I believe in man. Int J Relig Ed 20:5 S 43 

BENTON, N. Jane 
Where vocational guidance is a total school 
problem. Sch Activities 14:91 N '42 

BENTON, Ralph ..... ■ o„ii 

Derivation of content for instruction In soil 
conservation, por Ag Ed M 14:36-7 Ag 41 
BENTON, William Burnett 
Radio broadcasting: a challenge to the edu- 
cator. North Cen Assn Q 16:245-52 Ja «: 
Summary. Ladies' Home Journal 58:160-1 
O '41 
BENTWICH, Norman De Mattos 
Folk high schools of Denmark. Contemporary 

Review 160:299-303 N '41 
Universitv of Jerusalem in the war. J Ld 
London" 74:366-7 Ag '42 
BENVENISTI, J. L. , ,. „, „ .„ ,, 

Men still think. Commonweal 3i:634-i Ap 16 
•43 
BENZ, Viola 
Traffic light: song. Grade Teach 59:14 S '41 

BENZEDRINE 
Effects of benzedrine sulfate on performance 
in two tests of higher mental functions. 
R. Hecht and S. S. Sargent, bibliog Jour- 
nal of Experimental Psychology 28:529-33 
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BENZEDRINE — Continued 
Effects of benzedrine sulphate and caffeine 
citrate on the efficiency of college students. 
C. D. Flory and J. Gilbert, bibliog- J Ap 
Psychol 27:121-34 Ap '43 

BEOWULF 

Beowulf in 1941 American. L. J. Walker. 
Engl J 30:773 N '41 
BEQUESTS. See CoUegres and universities — 

Gilts, legacies, etc: Gifts and bequests 
BERCHMANS, Brother John 
Examining the product of the Catholic high 
school. Nat Cath EkJ Assn Proc 1942:297-8 
BERCUSON, Leonard 

School sponsors community clean-up. Sch (El 
ed and Sec ed) 31:470-3 F '43 
BERDIE, Ralph F. 
Can factors in vocational choices be weigrht- 

ed? Occupations 22:44-6 O '43 
Factors associated "with vocational interests. 

bibliog J Ed Psychol 34:257-77 My '43 
Likes, dislikes, and vocational interests, bib- 
liog J .\p Psychol 27:180-9 Ap '43 
— See Schneidler. G. G. jt. auth. 
BEREA college. Berea, Kentucky 
Berea program. R. L-arew. J Higher Ed 14: 
270-1 My '43 
BERELSON, Bernard Reuben. See Waples. D. 

.it. auth. 
BERENSON, Senda. See .\bbott. S. B. 
BERG. Ahdele C. 
\\'hv not in the high schools? Sch Activities 
15:151 Ja '44 
BERG. Esther L. 
Use of filmstrip to assist retarded readers. Ed 

Screen 20:281 S '41 
Visual aids other than motion pictures — war 
programs. H Points 25:61-5 Ap '43 
— and Levinrow, G. E. 

(eds) Use of motion pictures to develop 
better human relations. H Points 26:39-44 
F '44; Same. Ed Screen 23:112-14 Mr '44 
BERG. Evelyn Van Emden. See Brewington, 

A. jt. auth. 
BERG. Marty J. 
Look at your budget through a taxpayer's 

eyes. Sch Executive 61:33-4 Ad '42 
Tell it to the public. Am Sch Bd J 104:40-1 
Ap '42 
BERG, Selmer H. 
Teacher education requires united effort. Ill 
Ed 32:201-2-^ Mr '44 
— and Johnson, G. A. 

Functionalism highlights Rockford's high 
schools. Am Sch Bd J 104:38-45 Ja '42 
BERGE. Edna Elizabeth von. See Von Berge, 

E. E. 
BERGE. M. L. 
Hovr the schools can help scouting. Minn 
J Ed 23:140-1 D '42 
BERGE, Wendell 
Freedom of speech in time of war. Am Assn 
Univ Prof B 28:239-46 Ap '42 
BERGEL, Kurt 
Education for reconstruction. Sch & Soc 55: 
417-18 Ap 11 '42 

BERGEN, Catharine Mary 
Some sources of children's science informa- 
tion; an investigation of sources of infor- 
mation and attitudes toward such sources 
a-s used or expressed bv children. (Con- 
tributions to ed. noSSl) 72p bibliog $1.75 '43 
Te."ichers col; Summary. Teach Co! Rec 45: 
57 O '43 

BERGEN, Clementine: Indall, F. J; and Jenl- 
son, C. L. 
My home practice record in home economics. 
16p pa '41 Univ. pub. co. 

BERGEN, Dorothy 
Functional oral reading. Nat El Prin 20:429-35 
Jl '41 

BERGEN, M. C. 

Engineering students versus other students 
in freshman college mathematics. Math 
Teach 36:159-63 Ap '43 

BERGENDOFF, Conrad John Immanuel 
Church college and the government, bibliog f 
Christian Ed 27:158-64 Mr '44 



From college windows. Christian Ed 27:3, 67 

S-D '43 
Swedish contribution to American education. 
Assn Am Col B 27:486-91 O '41 
BERGER. Arthur, and Speevack, Morris 
Analysis of the range of testing and scatter- 
ing among retarded children on form M of 
the revised Stanford-Binet scale. J Ed 
Psychol 33:72-5 Ja '42 
BERGER, Emma Vandewater 
Basic has a word for us. Volta R 46:25-7 

Ja '44 
This bus is no one boss shay. Volta R 45:701- 
2+ D '43 
BERGER, L. E. See Ostrom, S. jt. auth. 
BERGER, Meyer 
(ed> See Darn ton, R. Robert, age 4, in won- 
derland 
BERGER, Milton M. 
Make a wish — a teaching device. H Points 

23:76 Je '41 
Reaction to crime literature. Engl J 31:150 

F '42 
Vocabulary game. H Points 23:69-70 D '41 
BERGGREN, Willard Paul 
Effect of friction on motion down an incline 
of variable slope. Am J Physics 11:109 
Ap '43 
— and Gardner, M. E. 

Quantitative treatment of the racing-roller 
demonstration. Am J Physics 9:243 Ag '41 
BERGH, Willard A. 
Take a look at your flies. Sch Executive 61: 
144- S '41 
BERGLUND, Carl, and Horn, Gunnar 
Blueprint for principals. Sch Activities 14: 
283-4 Ap '43 
BERGMAN, Lillian H. 
Touch typewriting without a chart. H Points 
26:72-5 Mr '44 
BERGMANN, Gustav 
Logic of probability. Am J Physics 9:263-72 

O '41 
Outline of an empiricist philosophy of physics, 
bibliog f Am J Physics 11:248-58. 335-42 O-D 
•43 

BERGMANN, Peter Gabriel 

Introduction to the theory of relativity; with 
a foreword bv A. Einstein. (Prentice-Hall 
physics ser) 2S7p bibliog f $4.50 '42 Pren- 
tice-Hall 

BERGSTROM, Charlotte M. 

Rhythm classes for junior high and high 
school girls. J Health & Phys Ed 13:598-9-i- 
D '42 

BERKELEY, James Percival 
Tou can teach. 94p pa 40c '41 Am. Baptist 
pub. soc. (the Judson press) 1701 Chestnut 
St. Philadelphia 

BERKELEY, California 

Education 
■\Vorkers from the melting pot. J. R. Ulrich. 
il Nation's Business 30:20-1-1- Jl '42 

BERKELMAN, Robert George 
Robert Frost and the middle way. Col Engl 
3:347-53 Ja '42; Same. Engl J 31:1-7 Ja 
■42 

BERKHAMSTED school. Hertfordshire, Eng- 
land 
Faire schoole large and great, il Times Ed 
Sup 1383:519 N 1 '41 

BERKOWIT2, George J. See Eacher. O. R; 
.Spencer. L. M. jt. auths. 

BERKSON, Isaac Baer 
Education faces the future: an appraisal of 
contemporary movements in education. 345p 
bibliog $3.50 '43 Harper 

BERL, Ernst 
Some personal recollections of Alfred Werner. 
J Chem Ed 19:153-4 Ap '42 

BERLE, Adolf Augustus, Jr 
Place of the university in a modern democ- 
racy. (In Association of American universi- 
ties. Journal of proceedings and addresses 
of the forty-second annual conference. 1940. 
p 118-23) 



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EDUCATION INDEX Inly 1941 — Tunc 1944 



BERMAN, Abraham B. and Cumminas. John 
AttciiUaiicc otiliir and the guidance program. 
II Points 23:17-51 My Ml 
— and Klein, Abraham 

Personality study of maladjusted pupils of 
superior mentality. H Points 24:57-B3 F 
•42 
— See Friedline. C. I... Jt. auth. 

BERMAN, Esther F. 
CliiUlren of the foreign-born. Social Studies 
3'l:2.';i'-3 O ■■i:\ 
BERMAN, Nathan _ 

Place of the child In present-day Russia. EI 
Sch J 44:10-11 S '43 
BERMAN, Samuel 
Homeroom as a practical factor in democratic 
livinpr. Nai Assn Sec Sch Prin B 26:72-6 
D '42 
Philadelphia's progress reports. Sch Execu- 
tive 60:33-5 Je '41 
Revising the junior high-school report card. 
hibliog f Nat Assn Sec Sch Prin B 27: 
49-02 .My '43 
BERNA, Mary S. 
Evidence on Germany of the politician- 
participants. Front Democ 8:146-8 F '42 
BERNARD, Angus MacLeod 
On smoking. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 30:663-5 

Ap '42 
Stone age in education. Sch (El ed and Sec 
ed) 29:870-2 Je '41 
BERNARD, Edward G. 
Enli.'sting community resources in school 

guidance. H Points 25:33-40 S '43 
Recordings train the United States navy. 
Assn Ed Radio J 3:4-|- D '43 
BERNARD, Harold W. 
Experiment in vocabulary building. Sch & 

Soc 53:742-3 Je 7 '41 
Help your child build courage. Par M 18:27-)- 
Ja '43 
BERNARD, Jack 
Specificity of the effect of shock on the ac- 
nuisition and retention of motor and ver- 
bal liabits bibliog Journal of Experimental 
P.svcholOBy 31:69-78 Jl '42 
—and Gilbert, R. W. 
Specificity of the effect of shock for error 
in maze learning with human subjects, 
bibliog Journal of Experimental Psychology 
28:17S-SG F '41 
BERNARD, Louise 
Cooperative retail training program in dis- 
tributive education. Nat Bus Ed Q ll:21-4-f- 
Mr '43 
Defense training: distributive education. Va 
J Ed 35:307-9 Ap '42 
BERNARD, Luther Lee 
Introduction to sociology; a naturalistic ac- 
count of man's adjustment to his world. 
(Crowell's social science ser) 1041p bibliog 
il $3.75 '42 Crowell 
Student interests in social psychology. Sociol- 
ogy and Social Research 27:181-90 Ja '43 
BERNARD, Viola Stern Werthelm 
Detection and management of emotional dis- 
orders in children. Mental Hygiene 26:368- 
S2 Jl '42 
BERNARDIS, Amo de. See De Bernardis, A. 
BF.RNAYS, Adolph 
Swiss comment on lip reading. Volta R 45:99 
P '43 
BERNAYS, Edward L, 
Psychological barriers in health education. 

Vital Speeches 8:188-92 Ja 1 '42 
Shortage of pharmacists. Occupations 22:242- 
4 Ja '44 
BERNAYS, Edward L., public relations fellow- 
ship 
Fellowship for research in public relations. 
Sch & Soc 67:180 F 13 '43 
BERND, Florence 
Illustrative materials for the classroom. See 
monthly numbers of Social studies Octo- 
ber 1942- 
BERNER, Elsa Rose 
Library program in a Junior high school. H 
Sch J 24:362-7 D '41 
BERNER, George Emil 
Visual anomalies as they affect the child's 
success in reading. Ed Outl 16:70-6 Ja '42 



BERNHARD, Frederica 
Do you u.sc nims? J He.ilth & Phys Ed 15: 

7-8-f- Ja '44 
Recent motion picture films In physical edu- 
cation. J Health & Phys Ekl 14:31-3-|- Ja 
'43 
— and Robertson, Claire 
Artiviiv nim.s recommended for physical edu- 
cation classes. Sierra Ed N 40:11 F '44 
BERNHARD, Seymour J. 

Films for war curricula. H Points 25:17-28 

Ja: 15-21 F; 44-9 Ap: 23-30 Je: 33-9 O '43 

Organizing film programs. H Points 24:34-43 

S '42 
Unified visual-aid approach. H Points 24: 
09-73 Ja '42 
BERNHARDT, Karl Schofield 
li.'isic principles of pre-school education. 16p 
pa 15c '42 Inst, of child study. Univ. of 
Toronto, 98 St George st, Toronto 5 
Home and school; two institutions with the 
same goal. Sch (El ed and Sec ed) 32:280-4 
D '43 
Reasonable scheme of discipline. Sch (EI ed 
and Soc ed) 31:4-8 S '42 
BERNHARDT, Sarah 
Sarah Bernhardt on Hamlet. M. M. Shudof- 
sky. Col Engl 3:293-5 D '41 
BERNING, Theodore John. See Anderson, G. 

I... jt. auth. 
BERNINGHAUSEN, David K. See Denny. E. 

C. jt. auth. 
BERNREUTER personality inventory 

Language difficulties of the Bernreuter per- 
sonality inventory. P. Hampton. J Ed 
Psychol 32:471-3 S '41 

Leadership as related to the Bernreuter per- 
sonality measures. H. M. Richardson and 
others, bibliog Journal of Social Psychol- 
ogy 17:237-67 My '43 

Place of the Bernreuter personality. Sten- 
quist mechanical aptitude, and Thurstone 
vocational interest tests in college entrance 
tests. H. B. Reed. J Ap Psychol 25:528-34 
O '41 

Studies in the selection of students for a 
teachers college. L. B. Ward and S. A. 
Kirk, bibliog f J Ed Res 35:665-72 My '42 
BERNS. Karl H. 

Essential requirements in a continuing con- 
tract. Ohio Sch 19:380-1 N '41 

Teacher files 1942 income tax return; Im- 
portant changes in the Revenue act. Ohio 
Sch 20:434-5-f- D '42 

Victory tax for 1943. por Ohio Sch 21:12-13 
Ja '43: Same. Mont Ed 19:6 F '43 
BERNSTEIN. Ben 

Sunlight through the darkness. Mus Educa- 
tors J 28:23-4 N '41 
BERNSTEIN, Sidney 

Business knowledge of non-business and 
business training students. J Bsns Ed 19: 
21-2 Ap '44 
BERNSTEIN, Toddy 

Children's books can be weapons. Child Study 
21:54 F '44 
BEROLZHEIMER, Beulah 

Defense activities at Woodrow Wilson. Jun 
Col J 13:13-16 S '42 
BERRIEN, F. K; Kennedy, J. L; and Carmel, 

D. L. 

How quickly do students start studying? 
Sch & Soc 55:482-3 Ap 25 '42 
BERRIEN, William 
Future of Portuguese studies. Hispania 25: 
S7-93 F '42; Excerpts. Ed Digest 7:23 My 
'42 
Indictment or challenge to constructive ad- 
vance? Mod Lang J 27:310-22 My '43 
BERRIMAN, Jane 
Personalizing typewriting. (In Eastern com- 
mercial teachers' association. Fourteenth 
yearbook. p209-12) 
Speed building in elementary typewriting. (In 
Eastern commercial teachers' association. 
Fifteenth yearbook. p381-6) 
BERRY, Benjamin J. See Cox. B. F. jt. auth. 
BERRY, Brewton. See Berry, J. B. 
BERRY, C. L. 
Training of girls for H.M. forces. J Ed Lon- 
don 74:360-2 Ag '42 



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BERRY, Charles Scott 
General problems of philosophy and admin- 
istration in the education of exceptional 
children, bibliog R Ed Res 11:253-60 Je '41 
Gifted child — a future leader. Nat Parent 
Teach 38:27-9 Mr '44 
BERRY, Edmund Grindlay 
Gives sine suffragio in England. Class J 39: 

490-2 My '44 
Experiment in liberal education. Queen's 

Quarterly 48 no2: 126-33 [My] "41 
Latifundia in Ajiierica. Class J 39:156-8 D '43 
BERRY, Elmer 
Dr McKenzie at the International Y.M.C.A. 
school in Geneva. J Health & Phys Ed 15:66 
F '44 
BERRY, James Brewton 
Looking backward. J Eng Ed 31:764-73 Je 

'41 
Religion and the sociologists. Christian Cen- 
tury 58:1301-3 O 22 '41 
— See Cocking. W. D. jt. auth. 
BERRY, Katherine 
Another different project. Minn J Ed 22:305-6 
Ap '42 
BERRY, Lola 
Lewiston high school on the air. Assn Ed 

Radio J 2:6 F '43 
Radio development in a small city school 
system. (Hattie and Luther Nelson me- 
morial lib. v9) 126p $1.50 '43 Meador 
BERRY, Martha McChesney 
Obituary 

Sch & Soc 55:269 Mr 7 '42 
Sunshine lady. Nat Ed Assn J 31:A54-f Ap 
'42 
BERRY, Mary A. 
Regional library of Murray state teachers 
college. Ky Sch J 22:10-13 Ja '44 
BERRY, Merrill Milton 
Budget action in an Ohio city. Nation's Sch 
32:36-7 N '43 
BERRY, Mildred Freburg. See Eisenson, J. jt. 

auth. 
BERRY, Mrs Modena (Lowrey) 
Obituary 

Sch & Spc 55:183 F 14 '42 
BERRY, Ray M. 
2\o slate championships. Sch Activities 14: 
328-30 My '43 
BERRYMAN, Florence Seville 

Barmecide concert. Volta R 44:511-12 S '42 
BERRYMAN, Staley 
Drving rack for the print shop. Ind Arts & 
Voc Ed 31:264 Je '42 
BERTERMANN, Helen 
Nothing ever happens. Childh Ed 18:120-1 
N '41 
BERTLING, Lois S. 
Composition with form and freedom. H Points 

26:61-5 Ja '44 
Poetry appreciation and speech. H Points 24: 
69-72 S '42 
BERTOTTI, Joseph M. 
Mathematics vocabulary of current periodical 
literature. Math Teach 34:317-19 N '41 
BERT RAN DE MEYERS, Sister. See Meyers, 

Sister Bertrande 
BERTSCHE, Frank T. See Sampson, W. H. Jt. 

auth. 
BERWALD, Edna 
Economy in vocational office practice during 
war time, por Nat Bus Ed Q 10:13-16-1- Mr 
'42 
Vocational ofiice practice. J Bus Ed 17:19- 
20-t- Mr '42 
BESANCON, Robert Martin. See Powers, L. 

D. jt. auth. 
BESS, Charles E. 
Puffy, Muffy, and Bufty; story. Grade Teach 
59:20-1 S '41 
BESSEMER, Pennsylvania 

High school 
Our school tested 6 & 8 period days. G. E. 
Nord. Clearing House 16:108-10 O '41 
BEST, Camilla 
School — a service center on the home front. 
Ed Screen 21:37S-S0-t- D '42 



BEST, Florence C. 
Choosing materials for junior high vocal 

classes. Ed Mus M 21:314- Mr '42 
Christmas concert. Ed Mus M 21:15-f- N '41 
BEST books. See Books and reading — Best 

books 
BEST sellers 
National best sellers. Engl J 30:601. 692, 782; 
31:77. 247, 336; 32:518 S-N '41, Ja, Mr-Ap 
•42. N '43 
National best sellers. Col Engl 6:464 My '44 
BESTE, Lawrence F. See Thiessen, G. W. Jt. 

auth. 
BESTOR, Arthur Eugene 
Obituary 

Adult Ed J 3:59 Ap '44 
BESWICK, John Clare 
Report on the California plan of vocational 
education for defense workers. Calif Sch 
12:212-17 N '41 
Obituary 

Calif Sch 15:89 Ap '44 
BETATRONS. See X ray apparatus 
BETELLE, Helen 
Teaching the teens, pors Etude 59:366-)- Je 
'41 
BETENSLEY, Bertha L. 
Left-handed child; how you can help such 
pupils. Grade Teach 61:25-i- Ja '44 
BETHANY college, Bethany, West Virginia 
Bethany years. \V. K. Woolery. $3; lea $5 
'41 Standard ptg. &. pub. co. 910 5th av, 
Huntington, W.Va. 
BETHANY township high school, Bethany, 
Illinois 
Training for defense. I. C. Johnson. Sch Ac- 
tivities 13:349-50 My '42; Same, il Am Sch 
Bd J 104:41-2 Je '42 
BETHEL, Lawrence L. 
Cooperating with the colleges. Factory Man- 
agement and Maintenance 99:12S-9-|- Ag '41 
—and Wilson, J. W. 

Opportunity of crises. J Higher E